Skip to comments.(Roy) Moore's wife seeks donations in letter
Posted on 12/20/2005 1:59:32 PM PST by AzaleaCity5691
Moore's wife seeks donations in letter Would help him become a `spokesperson for Christian conservatism' Tuesday, December 20, 2005 KIM CHANDLER News staff writer MONTGOMERY - The wife of Republican candidate for governor Roy Moore is asking supporters for a Christmas campaign gift to help her husband become a "national spokesperson for Christian conservatism."
Kayla Moore wrote in an e-mail that Christmas was an appropriate time to begin their campaign "to return morality to our country and God to our public square." Her husband is opposed by people who want to promote gay marriage and "remove Christ from Christmas," she wrote.
J. Holland, a spokesman for Moore's campaign, said the fund-raising letter was e-mailed to supporters last week.
In the letter, Kayla Moore suggested the American Civil Liberties Union and Americans United for Separation of Church and State "will stop at nothing to keep Roy Moore out of the Governor's office in Alabama!"
"In short, they want to continue to promote homosexual marriages, maintain abortion on demand and remove Christ from Christmas," Kayla Moore wrote. "They FEAR nothing more than the emergence of a powerful national spokesperson for Christian conservatism.
(Excerpt) Read more at al.com ...
A good reason NOT to send him money.
He does not speak for me.
The thing I find disturbing about this is further proves my point that Moore has taken Wallace's playbook and adapted to 2006. You have to be an idiot to think that Moore's ambitions lay entirely in Alabama. If they had, he wouldn't have tried so hard to make a national figure of himself.
And as someone who believes in localism, I'm personally going to have a problem if it turns out that more than 25% of his budget comes from out-of-state donors, which I think is likely. As much as I hate to say it, I think next year's primaries will be all out war, in both parties, it's gonna be a nasty campaign, and it won't do a thing to help the image of this state.
I won't be voting for Siegelman and as much as I dislike Riley I will vote for him over Moore. I simply can't stomach Moore.
Exactly. If there's a donation level to make him a spokesman, then what's the donation level to shut him up? :)
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