Friday, October 31, 2008

Anti Obama Activism Planned in 50 cities; 'Main Street' America Unite: Obama is not 'Main Street!' Sunday and Monday, Nov 3 and 4

Anti Obama Activism Planned in 50 cities; 'Main Street' America Unite: Obama is not 'Main Street!' Sunday and Monday, Nov 3 and 4
MEDIA ADVISORY, October 31 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Main Street Americans" to hold signs on Sunday, Nov 2 from 1:00-2:00 pm, and/or Monday, November 3, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on "main streets" in cities across the country.

Source: Randall Terry

Founder, Operation Rescue

Washington, DC. 904-687-9804

Yesterday, October 30, voters in 25 cities protested against the pro-abortion agenda of Obama at various campaign headquarters across the nation.

Multiple hundreds of people participated; 250 people in Indianapolis; 150 in Cincinnati; 50 in Charlotte. (Full list of cities can be seen at http://www.humble plea.com) We were thrilled with the turnout given such short notice.

On Sunday, November 2, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm, and/or Monday, November 3, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, "Main Street Americans" will lead a nationwide coordinated event in cities across the country.

We currently have 30 cities; activists in at least 50 cities are expected to participate.

This morning (Friday, October 30, 2008), 300,000 email invitations were sent out inviting people to lead an event in their community, or to participate in one.

The events will be held on Main Street, or a very busy "main street" where there are many cars and/or pedestrians.

Signs will include:

Main Street Loves Freedom, and Rejects Obama!

Obama is not "Main Street!"

Our Main Street is not Marxist!

Our Main St. Doesn't Kill Babies!

Obama's Main Street Bridge crosses the River Styx!

Obama's Main Street is Paved with the Blood of Babies!

For more information, call 904-687-9804.



Christian Newswire

1 comment:

Charcoal Moon said...

So what happened? Was God not listening? Do you really think that God cares about U.S. political policy.

I would like to know why in the pro-life position, you never address war (especially a war of choice like Iraq, aka casting the first stone) and the death penalty. George W. Bush approved hundreds of executions while governor of Texas. He then started a pre-emptive war that resulted in more that 4,000 U.S. troop deaths and over 100,000 Iraqi civilian deaths. But most supporters of George W. Bush call themselves "pro-life". John McCain is an unabashed cheerleader for the Iraq war, yet he calls himself pro-life. This hypocrisy is one of the many reasons I stopped being a Catholic.