Young Republicans, You have it Wrong

According to a Fox News report today, younger Republicans say …

On same-sex marriage and abortion, young GOP leaders say Republicans should  tolerate a range of views, even while maintaining a socially conservative  identity. Some of these activists say their party must tread lightly after the  Supreme Court recently threw out the most powerful part of the Voting Rights  Act, the law that became a major turning point in black Americans’ struggle for  equal rights and political power.

Should? Republican leaders are already tolerating a “range of views” on crucial social issues. The truth is that the party is not tolerating its own written platform on the principled stands that will benefit society the most: championing a culture of life from the dangers of the decadent, profit-driven abortion industry, and protecting marriage and family from radical change agents determined to overturn the social order. Country club Republicans refuse to understand that pro-life and culture of death views are irreconcilable. You can’t have it both ways. You can’t allow anything and everything  without following the Democrats into the moral abyss. You must stand for something. It is not in the nation’s best interests for Americans to tear down the marriage culture and create generations of children who are confused about gender and sexuality. Especially when the radical change agents represent a tiny minority — albeit with tremendous wealth and political power.

No, we must hold the line on Judeo-Christian morality. Our worldview created the greatness of this nation and stands as the beacon light of freedom. The socialistic, amoral worldviews of the Left are deconstructing America, and putting our culture in decline. The only hope for America to reverse the cultural decline is to restore the values that made America great — not criminalizing the biblical worldview and free speech.

The Republican Party — in principle and platform — is the party of freedom.

The Democrats are the party of Big Brother and excessive control. Why would we want to be like them?

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