A letter from Family First

I couldn't stop myself from helping Family First get their message out. They have sent this letter to all of their supporters and phoning them. Not sure where it has been sent

 

Warning: Liberal Party does a deal with the Sex Party at the coming State Election

Dear concerned voter,

Values issues affect us all. What type of Australia do we want for our kids?

The rise of the Greens Party and the Sex Party at this coming State election are a threat to our way of life. The Greens are pushing for legalization of euthanasia, same sex marriage, and many other
disastrous policies. The Sex Party is a lobby group for the adult entertainment and brothel industry.

Shockingly, both the Australian Labor Party and the Liberal Party have done preference deals with the Sex Party which looks like it could well see a Sex Party member in the Upper House of Victorian Parliament, potentially holding the balance of power. Having a Sex Party member in such a powerful role would be catastrophic for our State’s future.

Here is a link to a recent Herald Sun article highlighting what the ALP and Liberal Parties have done, along with some of the more dangerous policies the Sex Party are pushing:
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/sex-party-hopes-to-make-history-and-win-an-upper-house-seat-in-state-election/story-e6frf7l6-1225953535342

Please ensure you don’t let this happen. At this election, a vote for the Liberals is a vote for the Sex Party; if you don’t want the Sex Party running our state, then vote Family First – it is the only
sure way to stop the extremists who are hell-bent on destroying our state for our children.

Also, please ensure that you forward this to all your friends and associates – many people do not yet know about the deal which has been done by the ALP and the Liberal Party to preference the Sex Party, and only by word of mouth will people be warned that voting for one of the major parties may result in very undesireable consequences for our state.

Yours for the next generation,

Joshua Reimer
State Campaign Director
Family First Victoria

Written & Authorized by J. Reimer, 10A Hewish Rd, Croydon VIC 3136

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