Pro-Abort, Pro-Sodomite Columbia (SC) Mayor Bob Coble a "No Show"
Christian witness of 20 or more, from half a dozen churches, including pastors, missionaries, men, women, and boys; opposing the sinful acts of Sodomy along the Sodomites' parade route; from Laurel Street along Finlay Park, to North Main Street, and past the SC State House in downtown Columbia, South Carolina, and back to Finlay Park for the SC "Pride" Rally.
With street preaching, signs/banners, literature, and one-on-one exchanges, Christians publicly witnessed to the Truth of God's Word in the Bible, that Sodomy is Sin, and that only our Lord and Saviour, the Messiah, can bring Salvation and true Freedom.
One Christian man from a local Columbia church held a sign (the back of which is visible in the picture above) reading:
Sodomy is a Crime
1. Against the Laws of God
2. Against the Laws of Nature
3. Against the Laws of So. Carolina
Pro-Sodomite Columbia (SC) City Councilman Daniel Rickenmann being introduced on the stage in Finlay Park on Saturday, September 22, to substitute for "No Show" Pro-abort, Pro-Sodomite, Columbia (SC) Mayor Bob Coble, to officially welcome practitioners of Sodomy and Lesbianism and their enablers to the 2007 SC "Pride" Rally, on behalf of the City of Columbia.
Columbia, SC Mayor Bob Coble "SC Pride" Sodomite Parade Welcome Letter printed in the "South Carolina PRIDE GUIDE 2007, Columbia, SC"
Mayor Bob Coble had been scheduled on Saturday, September 22 to speak during the 1 PM Rally in Columbia's Finlay Park from the Events Stage, but was a "NO SHOW" at the Sodomite Rally in Finlay Park.
Columbia City Council Daniel Rickenmann welcoming Sodomites from the Finlay Park stage during SC "Pride" (Shame) Rally:
As Pro-Sodomite Daniel Rickenmann began to speak "on behalf of the City of Columbia," Rickenmann was publicly rebuked from in front of the stage by Steve Lefemine, director of Columbia Christians for Life; after which Lefemine was told to leave, and escorted out of Finlay Park, Saturday, September 22, 2007.
Columbia (SC) Mayor and City Council called on to Repent and Renounce Pro-Sodomite Endorsement; Steve Lefemine before Columbia City Council, Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Contact Columbia City Councilman Daniel Rickenmann, and express your opposition to his promotion of immorality (e.g., Leviticus 18:22; Romans 1:26,27) and criminal behavior [ SC Code of Laws, Section 16-15-120, "Buggery" says, "Whoever shall commit the abominable crime of buggery, whether with mankind or with beast, shall, on conviction, be guilty of felony…" www.scstatehouse.net/code/t16c015.htm ], which is a threat to the people of Columbia's safety, security, health and prosperity, because it invites the Judgment of God upon all of us and our land, especially because he is a leader in civil government. In the Judgment of God, Who Alone is the Supreme Judge, Sodomy is an abomination. Call on Daniel Rickenmann to Repent and to Renounce his public affirmation of Sodomy and Lesbianism this past Saturday.
Daniel J. Rickenmann - PO Box 50734, Columbia, SC.29250; 799-9477;
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
12 PM Sodomite Parade began at Laurel St. and Assembly St.:
Prior to the scheduled 1 PM Rally in Finlay Park, Sodomites, Lesbians, and their supporters lined up along Laurel Street beginning around 11 AM to begin their scheduled 12 noon parade and march over to N. Main St., down N. Main St. to the State House, then onto Gervais St. in front of the SC State House, to Gadsden St., and back to Finlay Park:
"University of Sodomy and Copulation" (USC; SC taxpayer-subsidized) Bi-Sexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Alliance (BGLSA) student club float:
Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Alliance (BGLSA)
[at the University of Sodomy and Copulation (USC; SC taxpayer-subsidized), Columbia, South Carolina]
United States College & University Campus GLBT (Sodomite) Organizations
Posted on Sun, Sep. 23, 2007
Politics an issue at Gay Pride Festival
By JEFFREY DAY
Nicole Roberts waves to spectators along the parade route on Gervais Street.
In most ways, the South Carolina Gay and Lesbian Pride festival Saturday looked and sounded much like the previous 15.
About 300 people participated in the noon parade and a festival and speeches that followed.
A group of women riding motorcycles led the parade, followed by decorated floats, including a float decorated for Clemson, with the riders wearing tiger tails, and one for USC, where a man sported an elaborate Gamecock headdress.
And on the corner above Finlay Park, where the parade started, was a group of eight protesters.
What was different this year is that the campaigns of two mainstream presidential candidates Democratic U.S. Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were represented at the event.
“This is the first time that’s happened,” said Ed Madden, a USC professor long involved with gay issues. “They approached us about being here.”
A steady flow of people stopped at the Clinton and Obama tables.
“He’s been pretty outspoken in his support of civil unions,” said Danielle Howard, a volunteer at the Obama booth.
Another volunteer, Molly Emerson, arrived laden with about 20 Obama placards and sticks to nail them to. “There’s a huge community being overlooked, and he recognizes that,” Emerson said.
The people at the Clinton booth referred questions to the campaign’s South Carolina communications director. Reached later in the day, the director, Zac Wright, said Clinton has “clearly said that human rights are equal rights for everyone.”
No Republican candidates had a presence at the event, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t Republican supporters among those at the festival.
Truman Smith is a member of the Log Cabin Republicans, a gay group that wants a strong defense and conservative fiscal policy. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani could be a good candidate, he said.
But “the organization hasn’t taken a stand on the candidates yet,” Smith said.
Bennie Colcough, a minister who spoke at the rally, said the candidates will have to address gay and lesbian voters and their concerns.
“And we’re beginning to organize so it will be an issue,” he said.
Reach Day at (803) 771-8518.
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September 25, 2007