Presidential candidate Pat Robertson in 1988: ''Opposes Civil Rights Restoration Act; favors equal opportunity for all people; opposes affirmative action laws that put unnecessary burdens on businesses.'' (St. Petersburg Times, 3/3/88)

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CIVIL RIGHTS


Presidential candidate Pat Robertson in 1988: "Opposes Civil Rights
Restoration Act; favors equal opportunity for all people; opposes
affirmative action laws that put unnecessary burdens on businesses."
(St. Petersburg Times, 3/3/88)


Pat Robertson on South Africa: "Again, I think 'one man, one vote,
' just unrestricted democracy would not be wise. There needs
to be some kind of protection for the minority which the white
people represent now, a minority, and they need to have a right
to demand a protection of their rights . . ." (700 Club, 3/18/
92 as quoted in People for the American Way Report)





... Neat little religion you've got there, but where is the god?
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  Msg#: 2957                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:38
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EDUCATION


Pat Robertson on public schools: "They say vouchers would spell
the end of public schools in America. To which we say 'So what?'
For all we've been getting for our tax dollars out of the public
schools, they should have disappeared years ago." (The Turning
Tide, p. 239)






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  Msg#: 2958                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:38
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Christian Coalition's Radical Policy


"ROAD TO VICTORY" --WARNING: HAZARD AHEAD A REPORT ON THE POLITICAL
AND POLICY AGENDAS OF THE CHRISTIAN COALITION

PREPARED JOINTLY BY THE INTERFAITH ALLIANCE FOUNDATION AND AMERICANS
UNITED FOR SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE


"We are seeing the Christian Coalition rise to where God intends
it to be in this nation, as one of the most powerful political forces
that has ever been in the history of America."


--PAT ROBERTSON, President
The Christian Coalition

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: This joint report is the most comprehensive analysis
to date of the Christian Coalition's organizational, political and
legislative activities. It highlights the Christian Coalition's
extreme agenda and its efforts to gain control of the Republican
Party. This summary provides highlights of the report; the full
report is available in print and on disk.


When TV preacher Pat Robertson ran for the Presidency of the United
States in 1988 many Americans were alarmed at his extremism, but
found it hard to believe that anyone really could take him seriously
or that there was ever a real possibility that he would garner
enough support to impose his radical views on all Americans.
Many religious Americans were angered even more by the fact that
he was cloaking his extremist views in the language of religion,
stating that his views were the ones endorsed by God.


Since the 1988 Presidential election, Pat Robertson's Christian Coalition
has become a major force in American politics and now threatens
to effect major changes in American public policy, changes that
could alter America in fundamental ways. Americans must be apprised
of the Christian Coallition's agenda, and the destination to which
the their "Road to Victory" conference inexorably leads.

THIS STUDY DEMONSTRATES:


That the Christian Coalition has been remarkably successful in its
efforts to date. They have gained tremendous influence in the
Republican Party and succeeded in electing many candidates to
offices across America, particularly to the U.S. Congress.


They have achieved this success, in large measure, by subverting
the spirit of laws designed to ensure that federal elections are
both fair and open to public scrutiny. They have avoided compliance
with federal election laws that allow public access to financial
information and that force federal candidates and committees to
comply with the rules overseen by the Federal Election Committee.
They have also ignored the purposes of American tax laws that
are designed to prevent non-profit organizations from direct involvement
in supporting political candidates.


As a result of the Christian Coalition's manipulation of these laws,
Americans are now directly threatened with the possibility that
those electoral successes will be translated into fundamental
changes our form of government. The agenda of Pat Robertson is
one that demands closer scrutiny by all citizens.

PAT ROBERTSON'S RADICALISM: WHAT RALPH REED DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW


Pat Robertson has long advocated many extremist, radical and even
ludicrous ideas. Froman insistence that only individuals with
certain religious beliefs are qualified to hold positions in government,
to thinly-veiled Anti-Semitic ideas and divisive and hate-filled
rhetoric on a wide variety of issues, Robertson has sought to
exclude from positions of power those who fail to share his vision
of a "Christian" America.


Despite recent attempts to shift attention away from Pat Robertson
and his extremist views, there is no doubt that he is still the
guiding force of the Christian Coalition.


Robertson serves as president of the Coalition. He is one of four
directors who make up the governing board of the organization.
(Robertson's son Gordon and close friends Billy McCormack and
Dick Weinhold are the other three.)


If there was any doubt that Robertson still maintained control, Reed
laid it to rest in a recent interview with David Frost. Speaking
of Robertson, Frost asked Reed: "Who's the boss, though, you
or him?" Reed replied, "He is." (The David Frost Special, PBS,
May 19, 1995)

ROBERTSON'S VIEWPOINT AND AGENDA REMAIN AS RADICAL AS EVER:


Robertson believes that the separation of church and state is ".
. . a lie of the left, and we're not going to take it anymore."
(The State, November 13, 1993)


Robertson believes that only Christians should be in positions of
public leadership. He said: "I think Christians were intended
by God to be the leaders." (700 Club transcript)


Robertson continues to spout Anti-Semitic rhetoric. He said: ".
. . Perhaps we can assume that the current wave of anti-Semitism
is being allowed by God to force the large number of the chosen
people residing in the Soviet Union out of what the Bible calls
the land of the north?" (Pat Robertson's Perspective (newsletter),
May/June, 1990)


Robertson has suggested that "tax money spent on public education
instills atheism in our society." (Federal News Service, Sept.
11, 1992)


Robertson believes that women should be subservient to men. "The
feminist agenda is notabout equal rights for women. It is about
a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women
to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft,
destroy capitalism and become lesbians." That is what television
evangelist Pat Robertson wrote in a recent letter to help raise
money to defeat Amendment 1, an Iowa ballot initiative that would
extend the protections of the state constitution to women . .
. (The Washington Post, August 23, 1992)


Pat Robertson calls abortion "a slaughter. A million and a half
babies. It rivals - it exceeds - the Holocaust of Adolph Hitler."
(August 17, 1992, Larry King Live)

STATUS REPORT: THE POLITICAL INFLUENCE OF THE CHRISTIAN COALITION


It is difficult to gauge exactly how large and organized the Christian
Coalition has become. Different sources will cite different statistics,
but it is clear that it has grown into a formidable force in
recent years, no longer discounted by anyone involved in public
policy debate.


Those troops, according to the Associated Press, now number 1.7 million,
with over 1,425 local chapters and they armed with an arsenal
of a $25 million. (Washington Times, September 5, 1995)


A Campaigns and Elections survey taken in the summer of 1994 revealed
that the Radical Religious Right asserts "dominant strength" in
18 state Republican parties, with a combined electoral college
vote total of 239. While in 13 other states, accounting for an
additional 117 electoral votes, their strength has been determined
to be "substantial." There is no evidence to suggest that their
stranglehold has in any way diminished since this survey was conducted
last summer.


The Christian Coalition has been a major force in countless other
campaigns for election to a wide variety of public offices at
all levels of state, local and national government. The most
recent and alarming, however, was in the 1994 national elections.




... I don't have time to go to church, I've got to clean my rifle.
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  Msg#: 2959                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:39
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In 1994, the Christian Coalition s grassroots network disseminated
35 million voter guides, 17 million Congressional Scorecards and
phoned 3 million voters. The Christian Coalition reports that
their constituency of religious conservatives accounted for 33
percent of the national vote on November 8, with their voters
contributing a net vote gain of roughly 6 percent for Republican
candidates.


Of the 48 newly elected Republicans in the House, they claim 38 won
while embracing religious conservative themes and religious conservative
activists. In addition to the 38 freshmen Congressman the Coalition
takes credit for the election of eight freshman Senators and seven
new Governors because of their endorsement of the "pro-family/
pro- life" agenda. (Christian Coalition Report, "Religious Conservatives
Increase Influence in National Election Data, Pro-Family/Pro-Life
Candidates Account for Most of GOP Gains," November 8, 1994)


Of those sitting Congressmen and Senators with a 100 percent Christian
Coalition ratings on their "non-partisan" voter scorecards, every
one returned to Congress. Thirty-four others who received a 93%
rating also won re-election.

PRESIDENTIAL PANDERING


The Christian Coalition has demonstrated its power to manipulate
the entire Presidential selection process by demanding obeisance
from whomever runs and by threatening to back a fringe candidate
if the front runners fail to toe the line. The leading candidates
for the GOP nomination have all received the message loud and
clear and are avidly seeking approval from the radical Religious
Right.

SENATOR BOB DOLE


There is no candidate who has demonstrated the power of the Christian
Coalition to affect public debate more than Senator Bob Dole.
Serving in Congress for 35 years, Dole compiled an extensive
record that included support for federal programs to help the
disabled, a willingness to cut the budget deficit through both
spending cuts and tax increases, championing the compromise that
got the Voting Rights Act renewed in 1982 and providing leadership
on the creation and funding of a number of social programs including
the school lunch program.


Now, however, Dole has been forced to reverse course to shore up
his relationship with religious conservatives. The Kansas Republican
has taken both symbolic and substantive steps to win the movement's
approval.


Dole has named Judy Haynes, former Christian Coalition deputy executive
director, as deputy political director of his election bid. In
addition, Steve Scheffler, former director of the Iowa Christian
Coalition, has been chosen to serve as the Dole campaign's liaison
to religious conservatives. (Scheffler was wooed unsuccessfully
by candidates Gramm and Buchanan.)


Dole has abandoned many of his longstanding positions, embracing,
and even championing in the U.S. Senate, many of the issues long
advocated by the Christian Coalition, including: repeal of affirmative
action law, adopting English as the official language of the country,
enacting punative measures toward the children of unwed mothers,
and abandoning his support of equal rights for lesbians and gays.


SENATOR PHIL GRAMM


Gramm has worked feverishly to win favor with the radical Religious
Right. On May 6, Gramm gave the commencement address at the Rev.
Jerry Falwell's Liberty University, where he combined fiscal conservatism
with social issues such school prayer, a ban on gays in the military
and opposition to abortion. In a second speech devoted to social
issues at a Heritage Foundation dinner May 9, Gramm reiterated
those themes.


To further bolster Religious Right support Gramm has hired Georgia
Christian Coalition Chairman Pat Gartland to serve as his deputy
national field director. Meanwhile, in Iowa, a key early presidential
caucus state, Gramm has lined up many radical right evangelical
supporters, perhaps accounting for his surprise tie with Dole
in the August 19 Ames straw poll.

PAT BUCHANAN


There is no one who agrees more with the Christian Coalition agenda
than Pat Buchanan, and he has become a willing tool of Robertson
in his efforts to move the debate to the right. He will be given
a prominent position among the speakers at this year's "Road to
Victory" conference and the message to the other Presidential
candidates will be heard loud and clear: fall in line or we will
go with Pat.

LEGISLATIVE AGENDA IN THE 104TH CONGRESS


Since 1994, the Christian Coalition and its allies have succeeded
in electing scores of Congressmen and Senators who seem more than
willing to measure their legislative agenda against the desires
of the Christian Coalition.


An alarming 165 Members of the House and 33 Senators are willing
to support the Christian Coalition at least 86% of the time!


While many of these issues may not be overtly championed by Christian
Coalition leaders, it is this agenda that is the direct result
of Pat Robertson s electoral successes. Clearly many of these
ideas are part of a larger conservative agenda, but many of these
ideas had never received the sincere and wide-spread support that
has resulted from the election to Congress of so many legislators
who owe their jobs to the radical-right activism perfected by
the Christian Coalition. Pat Robertson's supporters, in the 104th
Congress have proposed:


That the U.S. Constitution be amended to fundamentally eviscerate
the First Amendment's church-state separation provision.


That the Departments of Education, Commerce, Housing and Urban Development
and Energy as well as the office of the Surgeon General and the
National Endowment for the Arts be shut down.


That all abortions be criminalized and that federal funding for abortions
be denied.


That the assault weapons ban be gutted or repealed.


That citizenship be denied to those born in the U.S. to non-citizen
mothers.


That a host of social programs be abolished including welfare, medical
aid, food stamps, school lunches, higher and secondary education
assistance and emergency food and shelter programs.


That English be declared the official language of the U.S., requiring
the use of English by federal employees dealing with citizens
and repealing bilingual education programs and bilingual voting
assistance.







... Those who vote Republican are either very rich or very stupid.
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  Msg#: 2960                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:40
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Quotes on Tolerance


"How can there be peace when drunkards, drug dealers, communists,
atheists, New Age, worshipers of Satan, secualr humanists, opressive
dictators, greedy moneychangers, revoloutionary assassins, adulterers,
and homosexuals are on top?" (PAT ROBERTSON, in THE NEW WORLD
ORDER, (1991) p.227)


In his address to the Christian Coalition's annual convention
in Washington in September 1994, PAT ROBERTSON said that the organization
was now "where God intended...one of the most powerful forces
in American history." (THE WASHINGTON POST, Sept. 17, 1994)


In a full-page advertisement in the Sept. 30, 1994 WASHINGTON
POST, the CHRISTIAN COALITION claimed that the current administration's
policies are "insensitive to religious values and religious people."


"It is interesting, that termites don't build things, and the
great builders of our nation almost to a man have been Christians,
because Christians have the desire to build something. He is
motivated by love of man and God, so he builds. The people who
have come into [our] institutions [today] are primarily termites.
They are into destroying institutions that have been built by
Christians, whether it is universities, governments, our own traditions,
that we have.... The termites are in charge now, and that is
not the way it ought to be, and the time has arrived for a godly
fumigation." (PAT ROBERTSON, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, August 18, 1986)


"You say you're supposed to be nice to the Episcopalians and the
Presbyterians and the Methodists and this, that, and the other
thing. Nonsense. I don't have to be nice to the spirit of the
Antichrist. I can love the people who hold false opinions but
I don't have to be nice to them. (PAT ROBERTSON, THE 700 CLUB,
January 14, 1991)


"When lawlessness is abroad in the land, the same thing will happen
here that happened in Nazi Germany. Many of those people involved
in Adolf Hitler were Satanists, many of them were homosexuals
-- the two things seem to go together." (PAT ROBERTSON, THE 700
CLUB, 1992)






... You handle religion by first cutting it off, and then killing it.
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  Msg#: 2961                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:41
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Quotes on Politics


"The strategy aginst the Americaqn radical left should be the same
as General Douglas MacArthur employed against the Japanese in
the Pacific . . . bypass their strongholds, then surround them,
isolate them bombard them, then blast the individuals out of
their power bunkers with hand-to-hand combat. The battle for
Iwo Jima was not pleasant, but our troops won it. The battle
to regain the soul of America won't be pleasant either, but we
will win it." ( PAT ROBERTSON, in "PAT ROBERTSON'S PERSPECTIVE,
" April - May 1992)


"It's like guerrilla warfare....It's better to move quietly, with
stealth, under cover of night. You've got two choices: You can
wear cammies and shimmy along on your belly or you can put on
a red coat and stand up for everyone to see. It comes down to
whether you want to be the British army in the Revolutionary War
or the Viet Cong. History tells us which tactic is more effective."
(RALPH REED, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES, reprinted in The Religious
Right: The Assault of Tolerance & Pluralism in America, produced
by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL))


"What Christians have got to do is take back this country, one
precinct at a time, one neighborhood at a time and one state at
a time...." (RALPH REED, May 1, 1990, RELIGIOUS NEWS SERVICE)


"REED said coalition members will be active in Virginia's first
school board elections in May, and he predicted that 40 or more
seats in Congress could change hands in the November 1994 national
elections. He said his organization will become for 'people of
faith' what labor unions are for workers and chambers of commerce
are for business leaders. 'We want to be a permanent part of the
political landscape,' he said." (RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH, Nov.
26, 1993)


"We don't have to worry about convincing a majority of Americans
to agree with us...Most of them are staying home and watching
'Falcon Crest.'" (GUY RODGERS, then-national field coordinator
for the Christian Coalition, THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT: THE ASSAULT
OF TOLERANCE & PLURALISM IN AMERICA, produced by the Anti-Defamation
League (ADL))


JERRY FALWELL is promoting on his Old Time Gospel Hour "Bill Clinton's
Circle of Power," a $40 video tape, that suggests Clinton has
been involved in murder. Asked to defend his seeming support of
the unproved allegations, Falwell said on NBC's TODAY show, "it
was not produced by us."






... Lying is easy for Christians, they have Sunday.
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Quotes on: Church & State Seperation


"They have kept us in submission because they have talked about
separation of church and state. There is no such thing in the
Constitution. It's a lie of the left, and we're not going to
take it anymore." (PAT ROBERTSON, THE STATE, Columbia, South Carolina,
Nov. 14, 1993.)


"The Constitution of the United States, for instance, is a marvelous
document for self-government by Christian people. But the minute
you turn the document into the hands of non-Christian and atheistic
people they can use it to destroy the very foundation of our society.
" (PAT ROBERTSON, THE 700 CLUB, Dec. 30, 1981)


"There should be absolutely no 'Separation of Church and State'
in America." (DAVID BARTON, president of Wallbuilders and a close
ally of the Christian Coalition, 1994 Anti-Defamation League Report)






... Drop that Bible and come out with your eyes open!
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  Msg#: 2963                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:43
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Quotes on:The Justice System


"The potential savings in the national budgets from the elimination
of police, criminal courts, standing armies, pollution control
agencies, drug enforcement, and many poverty programs is almost
beyond calculation." ( PAT ROBERTSON, THE NEW WORLD ORDER (1991),
p. 231)


"The courts are merely a ruse, if you will, for humanist, atheistic
educators to beat up on Christians." (PAT ROBERTSON, THE 700 CLUB,
Oct. 2, 1990)


"I am bound by the laws of the United States and all 50 states...I
am not bound by any case or any court to which I myself am not
a party...I don't think the Congress of the United States is subservient
to the courts...They can ignore a Supreme Court ruling if they
so choose." (PAT ROBERTSON, interview with THE WASHINGTON POST
editorial board, June 27, 1986)







... Prayers are the babblings of the brainless.
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  Msg#: 2964                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:46
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Quotes on: Women


"(T)he feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It
is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages
women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft,
destroy capitalism and become lesbians." (Fundraising letter
from PAT ROBERTSON that was an in-kind contribution to the Iowa
Committee to Stop ERA, as reported in THE WASHINGTON POST, August
23, 1993)


"I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if you get
married, you have accepted the headship of a man, your husband.
Christ is the head of the household and the husband is the head
of the wife, and that's the way it is, period." (Federal News
Service, Sept. 11, 1992, quoting a ROBERTSON newsletter.)


"Why are so many marriages falling apart? Why is the divorce rate
so high? ...Why is there such a tragedy in marriage?...Now the
basic answer to the basic [problem of marriages today is a question
of leadership. The wife actually makes the husband the head of
the household and she looks to him and she says 'now you pray,
and I'm going to pray for you that the Lord will speak to you."
(PAT ROBERTSON, THE 700 CLUB, May 22, 1986.)


"(ROBERTSON) chastised women legislators who support no-fault divorce
laws that he says encourage men to split. 'Any woman who votes
for no-fault divorce is like a turkey voting for Thanksgiving,
' Robertson said, paraphrasing a conservative commentator." (The
State-Record, Columbia, SC, June 28, 1992)






... Prayers are the babblings of the brainless.
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  Msg#: 2965                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:47
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DOCUMENT TITLE: Quotes on Anti-Semitism


"Communism was the brainchild of German-Jewish intellectuals."(
PAT ROBERTSON, in THE NEW WORLD ORDER, (1991), p.17)


PAT ROBERTSON, founder of the Christian Coalition has spoken of
Jews being "spiritually blind" and "spiritually deaf." (ST. PETERSBURG
TIMES, June 26, 1994)


THE REV. BILLY MCCORMACK, the Christian Coalition's Louisiana director
and former member of that state's Republican Party Central Committee,
refused to repudiate former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke during
his campaign for governor and the U.S. Senate, saying Duke was
not as much a threat as the Jews in the ACLU. (THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT:
THE ASSAULT OF TOLERANCE & PLURALISM IN AMERICA, produced by
the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) report )


BAILEY SMITH, a founding father of the movement, once told 15,000
people at a Religious Roundtable briefing in Dallas, "With all
due respect to those dear people, my friend, God Almighty does
not hear the prayer of a Jew." (ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, June 26,
1994)


The unwarranted uproar that surrounded GOV. KIRK FORDICE's simple
statement of fact that 'America is a Christian nation' serves
as a chilling illustration of a contemporary cultural phenomenon:
the 'ghettoizing' of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In Nazi Germany,
Joseph Goebbels stigmatized the Jews until they were anathema
in the eyes of the general public...The same thing is happening
to Christians in America today..." (Editorial in CHRISTIAN AMERICAN,
publication of the Christian Coalition, Jan. 1993)






... Prayers are the babblings of the brainless.
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  Msg#: 2966                                         Date: 02-05-96  11:48
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POLITICAL PARTIES


Pat Robertson on the Democratic Party: "Seventy five years ago
a plague descended upon the world . . . This menace was called
Communism . . . Ladies and gentlemen, a more benign, but equally
insidious plague has fastened itself upon the families of America.
. . Ladies and gentlemen, the carrier of this plague is the Democratic
Party. . . It is the liberal welfare state. . . (Federal News
Service, Robertson address to the Republican National Convention,
8/19/92)


Pat Robertson on the Republican Party: Referring to a a 1994 CAMPAIGNS
AND ELECTIONS article which found the Christian Coalition control
"dominant in Repblican Parties in 18 states and substantial in
13 more" Robertson exclaimed "We must complete the job in all
50 states. I'm glad to see all this that they say about 31, but
that leaves, my goodness, a lot more. We've got more work to
do. Because I like 100 percent, not 60 or 70." (Washington Post,
9/10/95)






... Prayers are the babblings of the brainless.
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