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Republican Party Selects Pro-Life Reince Priebus as New Chair

Republican Party Selects Pro-Life Reince Priebus as New Chair
Will Remove Active Pro-Homosexual "Republicans" From the Building?

Republican Party officials gave their votes, after several rounds of balloting, to Reince Priebus to replace embattled chairman Michael Steele as the party and pro-life movement prepare for the 2012 presidential election.

Priebus, the Wisconsin Republican Party chairman, received the support of conservative members of the GOP, including pro-life attorney Jim Bopp, the legal counsel for the National Right to Life Committee.

"I believe, absolutely, that life begins at the moments of conception, " Priebus declared during his pre-vote conversation with the Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life political organization. "It's a core principle of mine."

Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio notes
" Preibus is pro-life but all candidates for Chairman said they opposed "gay marriage". In Wisconsin where the current chairman is from, the Republicans managed to overturn an entrenched pro-gay rights Senator, Russ Feingold, and supported a ban on gay marriage so that in part shows some serious results to pro-family leadership."

"We ask now if the Republicans will not just talk about it but do something to stop the use of the Republican and Conservative causes and donors to subvert family values. A prohibition on employees using donor money for sick parties, banning openly homosexual staff members, calling for a return to the ban on homosexuals in the military, attacking some of the Obama administrations assaults on the family, and of course removing the entrenched gay clubs and squatters in the actual RNC building, welcoming pro-family Christians and their values, would be a start," says Delgaudio

Delgaudio said also "If Chairman Priebus understands where the rank and file are, he will clean out the RNC and call for CPAC to be cleaned out too. For too long have our dollars been collected to "help the family" and then squandered on pro-homosexual causes. He can address both topics or continue to ignore the nosedive that the credability of the so-called "top leaders" have taken in recent days.

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