By: Red Pill | 04-15-2018 | News
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New Amendment on Alabama Ballot this November to Protect Public Display of Ten Commandments

Religious freedom and respect for the rights of Christians as well as traditional values Americans are an important way of life for those in the South - especially Alabama - but now it appears several of the 2018 GOP Gubernatorial race to become Alabama’s Governor are failing to protect the Ten Commandments displays across the state.

The Alabama Ten Commandments Amendment is on the ballot in Alabama as a legislatively-referred Constitutional amendment on November 6th of 2018.

A "yes" vote supports amending the State Constitution to authorize the display of the Ten Commandments on public property, including public schools, and establish certain religious rights. The amendment also contains a provision preventing any public funds from being spent to defend the amendment in court.

A "no" vote opposes amending the State Constitution to authorize the display of the Ten Commandments on public property, including public schools, and establish certain religious rights.

Senator Bill Hightower (R-AL) has been a frontrunner in the GOP’s contentious race for the next Alabama Governor, but now due to his failure to acknowledge any desire to protect public displays of the Ten Commandments, he's come under fire from Conservative Christian groups within the state.

A total shock from the Mobile politician, who's so far led the pack in potential candidates, but with the most recent statements has infuriated many Christians.

"Bill Hightower showed a lack of courage, leadership, and conviction and should not be our next Governor," said the Chairman of the Ten Commandments Amendment PAC, Dean Young, in a fiery video on YouTube condemning Senator Hightower for his unwillingness to ensure Alabama’s culture and traditions are protected.

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“Last night we watched the Gubernatorial debate for the GOP candidates, and one candidate, Bill Hightower, was less-than-enthusiastic about the Ten Commandments Amendment that will be proposed to the people of Alabama on November the 6th,” Young said. “He said that the Ten Commandments being posted on the wall, ‘that he wasn't too worried about that,’ and he should he <i>extremely concerned about that</i>.”

For Alabama voters, Christianity is as important as going to work every day, as families across the state say Grace before every meal.

Southern traditional values go hand-in-hand with respect for the Lord, and Senator Hightower’s failure to tell the voters he is willing to protect the rights of Christians is something of a concern.

Amazingly enough, local media in Alabama has shifted so far to the left, that they call Christians <i>members of the far-right,</i> proving how out of touch they actually are with the good people of the State.

President Trump has yet to offer a full endorsement of anyone in the Alabama Gubernatorial race, but it's also believed that his opinion will undoubtedly make a difference, in both motivating Alabama Republicans, as well as encouraging Alabama liberals to shift their attacks to the candidate of Trump's choosing.

During the debate on Thursday, Hightower spoke before a crowd of primary voters, at the<a href="http://www.wvtm13.com/article/video-alabama-republican-gubernatorial-debate/19761556"> WVTM Local 13 </a>Gubernatorial debate.

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"I am much more interested in the Ten Commandments being written on someone's heart, not on a wall," Hightower said. "That's where the emphasis needs to be, frankly."

Christian voters in Alabama should be increasingly alarmed by the remarks of the Mobile, Alabama Senator, who doesn't seem to believe that the Christian rights of Alabama voters should be exclusively protected.

Alabama voters do not want to become the next state to lose their ability to protect the values of the Holy Bible, and these issues are certainly important.

It's one of the many reasons that Luther Strange did not win the primary nomination for Senator, even after being endorsed by President Trump, only to lose to the more controversial Roy Moore, who did, in fact, protect Christianity.

It's undoubtedly important for all voters in Alabama to watch the above-posted video of the Republican primary debate, and vote based on their interpretation of the values which matter most to them.

With the Ten Commandments Amendment on the ballot in November, this important vote will draw out more Christians than ever before, all but ensuring a GOP victory for the next Alabama Governor.

Our Constitution is arguably founded upon Biblical principles, and to Alabama voters, this will play a crucial role in how they vote.

Additional Sources or Relevant Information:

https://ballotpedia.org/Alabama_Ten_Commandments_Amendment_(2018)

http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/public_displays_of_ten_command.html#incart_river_mobile_index

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Marie No. 23223 2018-04-16 : 00:14

Yes, but was the GOP founded on the same Biblical principles?

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