Pruett had 300 programs printed and taken so he felt that the actual number was closer to 200. I can tell him from previous experience that if a liberal abortion supporting newspaper like the Commercial Appeal said there was 150 there, you can bet there were at least 300. However, the CA did do a fair reporting piece although no news stations covered the event.
I commend Pruett for obtaining the diversity of speakers for this event.
"Often billed as a Catholic issue, speakers at the rally represented a more diverse slice of the religious community and included Chip Jones, permanent deacon with the Catholic Diocese of Memphis; Father John Troy Mashburn, pastor of St. John Orthodox Church; Sue Parker, CEO of Life Choices Inc.; and Calvin Shaw with the American Muslim Intercultural Network."
" Religion is based on principle. Politics is based on compromise," Shaw said. "So people in politics can't ask religious people to compromise your principles."Congratulations Kent and all those who took a stand on June 8th.
Pix: Commercial Appeal