Meet NARAL, Pastor’s Picks, and Steve Litzow
On February 27th 2010, NARAL hosted the “I HEART Choice” youth summit. High school and college students gathered in the UW conference room to listen to a Seattle-area abortionist enthusiastically describe her daily craft of child-dismemberment. “Yes, it does look like that, it looks like a human”, she described to the young women who sat in quiet fascination.
NARAL isn’t particularly concerned with individual rights–the rights of the unborn or the rights of the post-born. Not only does NARAL want taxpayer money (your money) to fund abortions, they would also like to deny conscience rights to private companies and individuals who do not wish to participate in unethical behavior.
Meet Pastor Joe Fuiten:
Pastor Fuiten is the senior pastor of a large congregation in Bothell, Washington. He has a reputation of being outspoken about his pro-family, pro-life, socially conservative political views. Every election Pastor Fuiten publishes “Pastor’s Picks,” a trusted source for many believers who are seeking guidance on which candidates reflect their values. “In the last two years, much of his spare time has been devoted to preserving the definition of authentic marriage, protecting the unborn, among many other issues related to the family and society in general,” describes the church website. On August 6th, Pastor Fuiten released his endorsements for the August 17th primary.
Meet Steve Litzow:
Steve Litzow is running for Senate in Washington’s 41st legislative district.
Mr. Litzow is at odds with the values expressed by The Declaration of Independence. He is at odds with his political party’s platform…he is at odds with God’s platform.
Mr. Litzow likes NARAL. He likes going to their swanky banquets, he likes hosting tables at their fundraisers, and seeing his name listed as a board member of NARAL PAC. And NARAL, in turn, is proud to endorse Mr. Litzow in the primary for State Senate. But Mr. Litzow is not your typical NARAL-endorsee. You see, Mr. Litzow is a Republican.
And just last week, Mr. Litzow received another endorsement—the endorsement of Pastor Joe Fuiten.
To be continued…