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Friday, September 14, 2012

Phyllis' book can win the election!

September 14, 2012

Dear Friend,

My newest book called No Higher Power; Obama’s War on Religious Freedom, co-authored with George Neumayr, has just made the New York Times Best Seller list (#21).  Ours is the only book that addresses what has become a major issue in the current presidential campaign – Obama’s attempt to remove all mention of religion and Christianity from everywhere except inside a church.

This issue became especially important after the shocking votes against God at the Democratic National Convention.

When the Democratic Party Platform came to the Convention floor for approval, it had omitted the name of God. A motion was made to put God into the Platform, a motion that required a 2/3rds majority to pass. The chair called for a voice vote, and the Ayes and Nays sounded about equal.

The chairman looked baffled and called for a second vote. Again the Ayes and Nays sounded about equal. Still looking like he didn't know what to do, the chairman called for a third vote. Some thought the voice vote again sounded equal, and some commentators said they thought the No votes were the majority. The chairman then read his pre-scripted ruling from the teleprompter. He said the motion received a 2/3rds affirmative vote and was adopted. He rapidly moved on to other Convention business.

It's important for all Americans to know that at least half of the Democratic National Convention Delegates voted to ban "God" or "God-given" from the Party Platform. That proves the importance and the timeliness of my new book.

I am asking you to order this important book right away, read it, and then give it to your Pastor so he can inform his congregation about the terrible threat to our religious freedom. Order No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom today at Amazon.com.

Thank you for your help. This could make a crucial different in this important election year. Thank you.

Phyllis Schlafly

1 comment:

Scott Fisher said...

re: "attempt to remove all mention of religion and Christianity from everywhere except inside a church"

Isn't that the only place it belongs? Otherwise is spills out as hatred in bad films about muslims or rioting in the streets.

We should focus more on positive things, don't you think?

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