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Homosexual group seeks to disrupt White House Easter egg hunt

.- The organization Soulforce, which claims to be Christian but attacks Catholic and Protestant associations, is preparing a media campaign to call on members to be among the first thousand “families” to enter the White House during celebrations on the Monday after Easter, when the White House opens its doors for its traditional Easter egg hunt.

According to the Archdiocese of Madrid’s news service Analisis Digital Soulforce has called on its militants to camp out on April 16 to be the first in line so that on Monday, April 17, the “Bush White House” is “surprised by gay and lesbian families.”

“This is something people will talk about for a long time, an event that will make history!” the group said in an email.  “On April 17, 2006, when the White House lawn is open for the annual Easter egg hunt, imagine if the first thousand families that get in are lesbian, homosexuals, bisexuals and transsexuals,” reads the email. 

Soulforce told members to wear t-shirts with the letters LGBT (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals) so that millions of Americans will see “our families” on television. The group also asked that members keep mum about the plans, but the plan was uncovered by WorldNetDaily.


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