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Do super thinking here on Super Tuesday

Tuesday, March 6, 2012, 12:29 pm |

So far this year, today is when the most people are choosing the Republican nominee for President.

It’s “Super Tuesday” today in the presidential primary/caucus states of Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming. But more than watching the news, have you been watching and discerning which Republican candidate stands for your values?

For the last month and a half, SaveCalifornia.com and our national arm SaveAmerica.com have been firing on all cylinders to tell people the truth of where Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum really stand on 10 moral/family issues in our Report Card on the Natural Family.

Our evidence-based Report Card on the Natural Family has already been seen by hundreds of thousands of conservatives in early primary states. Please inform your friends and don’t let them vote without knowledge. Send our Report Card to your entire list of contacts via email and social networking.

When you think about it, actions truly mean more than words. The consistent records of the candidates mean the most and are the likeliest predictors of what any of them would do as president.

Consider Arnold Schwarzenegger, who, during the 2003 California gubernatorial recall election, said “I think that…marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman.” Yet he supported homosexual adoptions and awarding marital rights to homosexual couples. As Governor, he and his wife both had homosexual chiefs of staff. So was it any surprise that, in his second term, Schwarzenegger opening championed homosexual “marriage” and refused to defend Proposition 8? Again, actions over time mean more than words from the campaign trail. 

See and share the Report Card on the Natural Family

> Summary of candidates’ real public-policy positions
> Documentation: Gingrich | Paul | Romney | Santorum

SaveCalifornia.com and our national arm, SaveAmerica.com, provides this information solely for educational purposes. We represent Biblical family values and moral virtues for the common good. We reach, educate, and activate people to make a difference, but do not support or oppose candidates.

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