Skip to comments.E.W. Jackson: ‘Growing hostility against Christianity’
Posted on 10/19/2013 6:05:51 PM PDT by Maelstorm
In a fiery speech to social conservatives Friday, Virginia lieutenant governor candidate E.W. Jackson blasted the media for questioning his positions on social issues. Jackson, a bishop, said that when he first got into the race he was asked by reporters about controversial statements he has made concerning Planned Parenthood (which he once compared to the Ku Klux Klan) and gay marriage.
Well, I want to go on record here, Jackson said, speaking at the Values Voter Summit. I didnt apologize then, I dont apologize now and I will never apologize for standing up for the truth.
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This man is the real deal, and he deserves our support.
A bishop of what? This is the first I've heard of him.
Love him so far..!
Let’s help him out....
I certainly support him and when I’ve been talking to voters even especially Democrat blacks many of them are planning to vote for him even if not Cuccinelli and Obenshain.
Howw can there be growing Hostility to Christians since Saint Barry Of Chicago a devout “believer” has Ascended to the Throne?
its so ODD that the lefts heros are such vehement anti Christians ...except...a;;eged;y for Barack Obama.
Ive noticed a tremendous openess on the part of Christ Bashers to be far more vehement with their disrespect for Christ since THE ONE came on the scene.
Even in the past couple of years, Planned Parenthood staffers were caught on tape being "okay" with a donation targeted specifically to wiping out black babies.
Politico whores for the Democrat agenda.
He COMPARED Dead Babyhood to the KKK? Dead Babyhood IS the KKK.
Nothing Jackson has said is not true. Abortion has been more detrimental to Blacks as a racial group than the Klan. Its a measurable fact. Barack Obama will represent the peak of black political power(though they really haven’t gotten anything from it economically) largely because of abortion. The difference is the media won’t even discuss the substance of the statements they just immediately label it extreme knowing that is often enough. What we need to start doing is doing what Lonegan did with Booker. Turn the extremist label back on them and in interviews label the media for what they are an extension of the Democrat party.
Exactly for a supposed Christian Obama doesn’t show it. I personally believe he is an atheist. He’s certainly not a Christ believer.
He’s an awesome guy. I just wish he had more money.
I wish more people would stand up for their views and values like that. This man may turn out to be a complete bum but if more people would stand up for their beliefs like this man, at least we would know where they stand.
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Don’t forget the boos at the 2012 DNC convention when the party bosses shoe horned in references to God and Israel.
I always appreciate straight talk. Jackson is the real deal. He came from nothing, spend his early years in foster care, was a Marine, went from being a horrible student to Graduating from Harvard.
Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t the Lt. Governor elected separately to Cuccinelli? Might we end up with a McAuliffe/Jackson admin? I thought I had read Jackson actually runs ahead for Lt. Governor.