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Please Tell the Truth Tony Perkins, Values Voters Deserve to Know

Contact: Gregg Jackson, Author, "Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies," 818-397-7714, [email protected]; Steve Deace, talk show host, 1040-WHO in Des Moines, IA, 515-771-8664, [email protected]

MEDIA ADVISORY, Sept. 18 /Christian Newswire/ -- This weekend, leading Christian pro-family advocacy organization Family Research Council (FRC) will feature former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney as one of its featured speakers at its "Value Voters Summit." www.valuesvotersummit.org Despite Romney's unbiblical and far left-wing record as Massachusetts governor on the issues FRC claims to care the most about, FRC President Tony Perkins continues to refer to Romney as a "friend of the pro-family movement."

That's why we have authored the website www.tonyperkinstellthetruth.blogspot.com, because we believe someone claiming to stand for biblical teaching, as Mr. Perkins claims to, should have the integrity to tell the truth about the candidates he's providing a platform to reach Christian voters.

"In Mitt Romney's healthcare plan that he is applauding you can get an abortion for $50," said noted GOP strategist Mary Matalin on 1040-WHO Radio in Des Moines, Iowa, on December 12th, 2007.

We would like to ask Mr. Perkins if Ms. Matalin is lying, and if she isn't, do taxpayer-funded, $50 elective surgical abortions sound like a policy signed into law (2 years AFTER Romney's supposed "pro-life conversion") by a "friend of the pro-family movement?"

Please tell the truth, Mr. Perkins.

CNS.com reported on August 25th, 2008, that before the Massachusetts legislature had even had a chance to pass a law legalizing homosexual marriages (which they never did), Governor Romney unilaterally and unconstitutionally authorized the illegal alterations to and issuance of marriage licenses to homosexual couples, and even went so far as to demand that justices of the peace who wouldn't perform homosexual "marriages" for moral reasons, resign. www.cnsnews.com/news/article/34561

We would like to ask Mr. Perkins if CNS.com is lying, and if it isn't, does that sound like the actions of a, "friend of the pro-family movement?"

Please tell the truth, Mr. Perkins.

Attorney, scholar, and activist Phyllis Schlafly said Romney was claiming he had to "follow the law" when he unilaterally and illegally enacted homosexual "marriages," but that "there is no law (in Massachusetts) that requires or even allows" homosexual marriages. www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56674

We would like to ask Mr. Perkins if Ms. Schlafly is a liar, and if she isn't, does this sound like the actions of a "friend of the pro-family movement?"

Please tell the truth, Mr. Perkins.

In March of 2008, World Magazine reported the late Paul Weyrich admitted in a room of his peers at the Council for National Policy meeting in New Orleans, that he was wrong to have endorsed Romney for president. Weyrich is reported to have said, "Before all of you and almighty God I want to say I was wrong" and that it was "the worst mistake of (his) life."

We would like to ask Mr. Perkins if Mr. Weyrich, one of the Founding Fathers of the Christian Conservative movement and Reagan Revolution, was wrong, and if he wasn't then how can you continue to refer to the founding father of sodomy-based "marriages" and $50 tax-subsidized elective surgical abortions as a "friend of the pro-family movement?"

Please tell the truth, Mr. Perkins.

If you are attending the Values Voters Summit this weekend or would like more information, please visit www.tonyperkinstellthetruth.blogspot.com. Perhaps you can reach Mr. Perkins and ask him to tell the truth, since we have attempted to do so privately on several occasions over the last several years and all of our pleas to reach our brother in Christ have been ignored.