Monday, June 19, 2006

Major Betrayal Of San Diego Christian Conservatives Underway: Local GOP Leaders Endorse Another Liberal Democrat Over A Republican For Superior Court



- A James Hartline Report Exclusive -
"Changing The Culture One Voter At A Time"
June 16, 2006
Breaking News!

Major Betrayal Of San Diego Christian Conservatives Underway:
Republican Party Leadership Endorsing
Another Liberal Democrat For San Diego Superior Court Judge
Over Christian Conservative Republican

(JHRexclusive) The James Hartline Report has uncovered new evidence that there is a major, and continuing effort, by San Diego Republican Party leaders to oppose another Christian Conservative member of their own party by endorsing a radical liberal Democrat for Superior Court Judge Seat #36. The findings of this JHReport investigation are shocking and serve to further reveal that there is little hope that the current local GOP will ever support candidates that espouse a traditional Christian viewpoint in their campaigns for elected office.

The current vote tally provided by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters shows that there will be a runoff between leftist Democrat Rod Shelton and Christian Conservative Republican Larry Kincaid (http://www.kincaidforjudge.com/index.html) for the Superior Court Judge Seat #36. There is possibly no better example in any race from the recent June 6th primary that shows such extreme opposites in the political spectrum than the Kincaid-Shelton race. Currently, Shelton has 162,268 votes or 43.92% versus Kincaid's 104,152 votes or 28.46%. Due to the failure of both candidates to secure more than the 50% vote margin necessary to win the race outright, there will be a runoff between Kincaid and Shelton in the November, 2006 general election.

Approximately one month ago, the James Hartline Report uncovered a major deception that was being orchestrated by another liberal Democrat and his Republican supporters in the race for Superior Court Judge Seat #49. In that race, it was discovered that homosexual Democratic activist David Rubin was endorsed by leading GOP officials like Republican lesbian District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, liberal Republican Sheriff Bill Kolender, and Republican County Supervisors Dianne Jacobs, Ron Roberts and Pam Slater-Price against his GOP challenger, former District Attorney Paul Pfingst. Rubin and his homosexual lover Todd Stevens, who is a former President of the San Diego County Bar Association, are two of the most aggressive supporters for legalizing gay marriage in San Diego. They are also major partner donors with the extremely anti-christian Gay and Lesbian Center in San Diego. In an insidious attempt to deceive unsuspecting voters, Rubin paid to have his name placed on Republican flyers with other GOP conservatives to give voters the impression that he is a conservative Republican himself. Rubin has defeated Pfingst to become the next San Diego County Superior Court Judge and the consequences to Christian Conservative could not be more grave.

As a Superior Court Judge, homosexual activist David Rubin could now theoretically throw out California's Prop.22 law which declares marriage as that of between one man and one woman. The most recent example of this type of local judicial activism at work, could be seen when elected radical liberal Superior Court Judge Patricia Yim Cowett invalidated the will of 76% of San Diego voters who voted to transfer the Mt. Soledad Cross to the Federal Park Systems (http://news.christiansunite.com/Religion_News/religion03441.shtml).

The resume of Rod Shelton, Larry Kincaid's opponent in the other superior court race, reads like a who's who of radical, leftist, anti-christian causes. According to Shelton's own resume, he is an affiliate member of some of the most extreme anti-christian, socialist groups in America. Shelton is a perfect example of why America's traditional social fabric is being raped and dismembered by judicial activism. Here are the disturbing details from a Shelton resume published by the San Diego East County Democrat Club which endorsed Shelton, who is a fellow committed liberal Democrat (www.sddemocrats.org/Endorsements_6.06.pdf):

(http://www.eastcountydemocraticclub.org/twiki/pub/Common/RoderickShelton/Rods_Resume.doc)

*Shelton is endorsed by the La Raza Lawyers Association of San Diego; Shelton is not only endorsed by this radical socialist group, but he also lists himself as a
member/affiliate of the group. The La Raza Lawyers Association of San Diego, for which Shelton is affiliated, is one of the most radical groups in support of OPPOSING the work of the Minuteman Project's efforts to protect American borders from illegal immigration (http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/mexico/tijuana/20050630-1148-bn30border.html).

*Shelton is endorsed by the Tom Homman Law Association, one of the most radical groups of homosexual and lesbian attorneys in the United States, and according to a 1999 City of Hayward Agenda Report, Tom Homman Law Association was part of the radical gay effort which opposed the voter approved Prop. 22, one man-one woman, marriage initiative
(www.hayward-ca.gov/citygov/ meetings/cca/rp/1999/rp991116-05.pdf) On Shelton's resume he actually lists himself as a member-affiliate of this radical homosexual legal group.

*Shelton's resume states that he is a member of the radical, socialist, pro-gay marriage San Diego affiliate of the NAACP.

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The Great San Diego GOP Betrayal

It is expected that Shelton, a liberal Democrat, would be endorsed by his fellow, liberal Democrats (http://www.sheltonforjudge.com/html/endorsements.html). It is not a surprise that Shelton is endorsed by radical liberal Democratic Congressman Bob Filner, the radical gay group, San Diego Democratic Club, lesbian Democratic San Diego City Councilwoman Toni Atkins, and anti-Mt. soledad Cross Democrat San Diego City Attorney Mike Aguirre.

However, it is becoming readily clear, that alledged conservative members of the San Diego Republican Party are so opposed to the promotion of true Christian Conservatives to higher office, that they are willing to cross party lines and endorse radical Democrats in the process. Here is a list of the local San Diego County Republican Party leadership who have endorsed liberal, socialistic, Democratic Party member Rod Shelton, rather than endorsing the election of his opponent, Christian Conservative Republican Larry Kincaid for the County Superior Court:

(http://www.sheltonforjudge.com/html/endorsements.html)
La Mesa City Councilmember Barry Jantz
Ms. Leslie E. Devaney
San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts; San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox; San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob
District Attorney Bonnie M. DumanisSheriff William Kolender

- A James Hartline Report Exclusive -
"Changing The Culture One Voter At A Time"
June 16, 2006
Breaking News!

3 comments:

Omni said...

I'm a San Diego Republican, and I don't want "traditional Christian" officials being elected, because they would not represent me, or the majority of Republicans, or the majority of San Diegans.

The San Diego GOP chapter isn't betraying you by not endorsing your candidates; they'd be betraying the MAJORITY of Republicans if they DID support your candidates.

Why do you think that you should be supported despite being a MINORITY faction of the party? Because you kick up more of a fuss? Because there's something saintly about being intolerant?

To wish that more people were on your side is fine; to demand that everyone bow down to you and do things your way is NOT ok... and not Christian either.

Did Jesus run around screaming about homosexuals and demanding that everyone side with him, and badmouthing those who refused? NO. He used love and compassion to try to persuade people to WANT to join him; why don't you try being more like that, rather than acting ugly?

James Hartline said...

Obviously you have not read the Republican Party bylaws which clearly
articulate that homosexuality is not in the best interest of the family
or children and the party will not promote it in their candidates. Try
reading the membership bylaws before you make accusations or
assumptions that are irrelevant to the posted article.
As to Jesus, He said, "If you love me keep my commandments. He
stated that he or she that does not keep my commandments does not love the
Father that sent me." He said, "Repent and be saved." Repent, means
have a change of heart and mind about the sin that you are committing so
that you will stop doing those things which are harmful to our lives and
turn us away from being obedient to God. The Bible says, Be Ye holy,
as I am Holy." The Bible says, "Deny yourself, and pick up your cross
and follow me." There are hundreds of Biblical passages which refer to
sexual sin, like homosexuality and condemns it. There is not one
passage that accepts or promotes homosexuality. The Bible says, "Be ye not
deceived, for in the last days there will be many false teacher who will
lead many astray" and that is just what false teachers who advocate
homosexuality as normalcy and acceptable before God are doing. God is
love, but he is not a compromised polluted or unjust God.
And before you start telling me or others what Jesus did or didn't
do, you ought to try reading the Bible first before incorrectly quoting
it. And I certainly am not interest in having anyone bow down to me.
I, frankly don't have the time or interest in that. Jesus threw the
moneychangers out of the temple and condemned them for polluting His
Father's house. He never showed compassion to those who were leading His
people astray. Try getting your theology squared on straight before you
try teaching it.
Sincerely, james hartline

Anonymous said...

If "Omni" seriously believes that Christians are a minority of Republicans in San Diego he/she is deceived. If most people understood what was going on (that would include a sizable portion of Democrats as well) with the radical homosexual/liberal agenda they would be outraged.

Unfortunately, most conservatives are not paying attention. Or they are too busy with work and family.

In additon, having just started to read Mr. Hartline's Blog. I have yet to find anything hateful. He seems to write his opinions clearly and carefully with no ad hominem attacks that are the rule with liberal commentators.