Sunday, April 26, 2009

Tax Free Bigotry/Inequality

Churches Awaiting Response From IRS

Internal Revenue Service

Milwaukee - After months of ignoring a federal tax law on endorsing candidates from the pulpit, 33 churches around the country are awaiting the word on whether the IRS will prosecute for violating the law.

"Pulpit Freedom Sunday,"
triggered a legal fight on whether to overturn rules that prevent places of worship from supporting or opposing a candidate for political office.

On September 28th, pastors urged voters to cast their votes based on conservative views which of course included abortion and gay rights.

The protests were funded by the anti gay organization Alliance Defense Fund.

Legal experts say there are a number of possibilities the IRS can take from just doing nothing to various fines or penalties to losing their tax exempt status. But as of yet, the IRS remains silent.

Contact - Alliance Defense Fund and tell them they were wrong to promote bigotry and inequality in their messages to an organization that is tax exempt.

Contact - The IRS and tell them as an American Taxpayer, you are seeking justice against these organizations that promote inequality towards other American Taxpayers.

Standing up (ok, sitting down) for our rights!

Keep a smile on your face and love in your heart!

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