04 April 2013

Let's All Email Bill O'Reilly & Ask Him to Support Traditional Marriage

Bill O'Reilly, the politically moderate Fox News personality, has recently stated that there are no arguments against gay 'marriage' other than 'Bible-thumping'.

Forget that 'Bible-thumping' is a hate epithet against Bible-believing Christians (including faithful Catholics), much of the same nature as the use of 'money-grubbing' against Jews.

O'Reilly needs to inform himself. And The Ruth Institute has started a campaign to help him: see https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152723702005171&set=a.10150240297525171.468429.223608490170&type=1&theater

There is a booklet called '77 Non-religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage'--- read it at http://www.eagleforum.org/topics/marriage/pdf/77reasonsREAD-ONLY.pdf   The Ruth Institute asks you to email O'Reilly at oreilly@foxnews.com, using the words 77 Non-Religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage as your subject line. Be sure to include your name and town in your message.

You might also email Megyn Kelly with the same message, her email may be found at the Fox News site.

Some people are having fun with this. One person tweeted O'Reilly 20 times with the first 20 reasons.

Why do this? Because the media is what is pushing gay marriage. And even though Fox News serves the moderate and conservative viewers rather than the knee-jerk liberal ones that the other news outlets serve, they have pretty openly thrown in the towel on gay marriage ever since some poll came out showing gay marriage making some gains in acceptance.

We may not actually be able to make O'Reilly read the booklet or ask one of his staffers to do so. But if we email him often enough to be noticeable,  and do the same to other news personalities on Fox and other networks, we will get noticed, and our message will seep in.


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