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07/12/2012

Churches can't endorse candidates; this is how FRC helps them circumvent that

by Jeremy Hooper

This is the pledge:

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This is how churches get involved:

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This is how FRC will disseminate the message to these churches:

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Source for all: FRC's iPledge Sunday 2012

Unfortunately, I don't have a screen cap of a Founding Father rolling over in his grave, so I can't properly conclude this post. Use your imagination.

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