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Monday, November 05, 2012

WYLL Racist advertising and broadcasts

Subject: WYLL Racist advertising and broadcasts

Dear Sir/Madam:

I have been following this presidential and congressional election since 2010. Its what I do. I have been a Christian for over 20 years. I am not perfect. I have been listening to WYLL for years, that is coming to a halt. I am tired of hearing your "paid" sponsors talking about President Obama as if Romney is a Christian. Romney is a Mormon. Mormons do not believe Jesus is God. I hope WYLL believes Jesus is God or do I have that wrong also.

 I am tired of hearing people like Pastor Jeffries and Michael Yuseff talk about President Obama as if Romney is a better choice. Romney is a liar and a deceitful person. If your defense for this "paid" advertisement and "false" teachers of the Bible is "freedom of speech" and "money" for advertisement, then your mission and vision for Christianity is distorted. I will ask my Christian and secular friends to find another "supposedly" Christian station to hear God's word, because it is severly distorted at WYLL. I believe WYLL has shown its true colors during the election cycle of a "black" man. I will tell them they can find their favorite Bible study individuals on their websites or other radio outlets.

I will post this on my blog, Twitter, and Facebook at http://clickforjusticeandequality.blogspot.com/, http://www.twitter.com/clickforjustice,          http://www.facebook.com/fnancejr 
These pastors and WYLL need to read Dr. Tony Evans new book on how Christians should vote or Dr. R.C. Sproul's teachings on the Bible. When we attack or confess to address issues in a "Christian" way, we should assure ourselves and our audiences that our position is Biblically based and the scriptures used are not taken out of its context.
Fred Nance Jr., Ph.D.
Human Services/Social Policy Analysis
Program & Policy Development

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