Sep 20, 2012
Bishop Jackson's EXODUS NOW! movement is creating a stir in synagogues, Catholic churches and black churches across the nation, even in California, ahead of the November presidential election.
The Democratic Party establishment, who are counting on black, Latino and Jewish voters for an Obama re-election victory, certainly did not count on religious voters abandoning the party in 2012.
Citing a spiritual emergency in America, EXODUS NOW! is appealing to religious minority communities because of the blatantly secular stand of the Democratic Party, which has made gay marriage an official plank of the party platform.
As well, religious registered Democrats are outraged at:
- President Obama's support for gay marriage
- Regulations forcing Christian institutions providing healthcare to distribute birth control and free abortions
- DNC leaders' support for abortion up to the moment before delivery
- Taking God out of the party platform
- No longer recognizing Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel
Many angry Democratic Party operatives are responding by attacking Bishop E.W. Jackson personally across the Internet on liberal websites, blogs, comments, chatrooms and forums. This fact was easily verified.
"They can say anything they want about me, but I do not intend to leave Christians in bondage to a party that is hostile to everything Christians hold dear." said Jackson. "This movement is not about party, but principle; not about race, but righteousness. This is not about winning an election, but saving a generation."
Religious Democrats are urged to watch the following EXODUS NOW! video below.
Religious voters interested in leaving the Democratic Party are invited to visit Bishop Jackson's STAND AMERICA website immediately.