|BREAKING! READ AND FORWARD TO YOUR LIST! Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson agrees with CFC, rejects Obama on homosexual so-called "marriage"|
Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson agrees with Christian Family Coalition, rejects Obama on homosexual so-called "marriage"
More Democratic Senators backing away from Obama, even independent voters reject new position on marriage
MIAMI-Today, the Christian Family Coalition (CFC), Florida's premier human rights and social justice organization announced that Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson agrees with the CFC on homosexual so-called "marriage". Despite Obama's recent announcement that he NOW supports the imposition of homosexual so-called "marriage" on America, Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, has backed away from Obama's stance.
According to a story in Saturday's edition of the Hill.com, Nelson said the federal government should not interfere with state laws, here is the statement he issued as it directly relates to marriage:
“I believe marriage should be left to the states, and Florida voted on same-sex marriage in 2008,” he said in a statement to The Hill.
"We applaud Senator Nelson, he respects Florida's constitution. When your own party rejects you on homosexual so-called 'marriage', you know your position is extreme. Furthermore, according to a Gallup poll, at least 40% of voters say Obama's new position will affect their vote for him. Among these, 27% say they are less likely to vote for him, while only 13% say they are more likely to vote for him. Among those less likely to vote for him, half are independents. In a close election, such as this one, every single vote counts."
Other Democratic Senators who also reject Obama's new position on marriage include: Sens. Jon Tester (Mont.) and Claire McCaskill (Mo.), Sens. Joe Manchin (W.Va.) and Bob Casey (Pa.).
Contact Democratic Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson TODAY and tell him you agree with him the federal government should not interfere with Florida's marriage laws.
Call him at any of his offices!
Sample talking Points:
- The federal government should not interfere with Florida's marriage laws
- Thank you for respecting Florida's constitution which protects and defines marriage and all of its benefits for the union of one man, one woman.
- I worked for years across our state to enshrine respect for the institution of Marriage in - Florida's Constitution.
- Your support sets an important precedent for other elected officials throughout the state.
- Thank you for standing up for Florida's families and children.