People increasingly convinced to leave Democratic Party

Monday, October 22, 2012
Charlie Butts (

An ongoing campaign to convince Christians to leave the Democratic Party and vote their values has reached a milestone.

Exodus Now was launched by Bishop E.W. Jackson, Sr. of S.T.A.N.D. (Staying True to America's National Destiny). Considering the Democratic Party's strong stance for abortion and homosexual "marriage," he contends it is in rank rebellion against God (see earlier story).

Jackson, Bishop E.W. (S.T.A.N.D.)Though he and his organization do not endorse candidates, Bishop Jackson makes note of the unbiblical things for which President Barack Obama continues to fight.

"President Obama has said we should admire same-sex relationships. The Bible condemns them. President Obama is in favor of even allowing a child inadvertently born alive that was intended to be aborted to die anyway. That's a complete violation of the Word of God, which says, 'Choose life that you and your children may live' (Deuteronomy 30:19)," the bishop cites.

"So these ministers who are encouraging their congregations to support this abomination are going to have to answer to God."

The campaign to convince people to leave the Democratic Party has reportedly been phenomenal, as Jackson says it has gone viral. In a short amount of time, the website has been visited more than one million times.

"People are hungry for the truth," he concludes. "Christians are hungry for the truth, and they've sensed it, they've heard it. and they're responding to it."

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