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11 February 2011

Be Against Sunday Alcohol Sales, But Be For Democracy And Free Will

There's been a lot of debate. There's been a lot of discussion about Sunday alcohol sales. And now, the time has come for Georgia's 236 state representatives and senators to answer some questions.

The two questions before Georgia's lawmakers is quite simple:

God, our creator, gives each of us free will; the freedom of choice; the freedom to choose whether to accept his son, Jesus Christ, as our lord and savior. God will never interfere with man's free will, and neither should the Georgia Christian Coalition.
Do they believe in democracy?

Do they believe in letting the people decide?

Senate Bill 10 and House Bill 69 gives each of this state’s 159 counties the opportunity to vote on this issue.

Our lawmakers can be against Sunday alcohol sales, but be for these two bills. Our lawmakers can be against Sunday alcohol sales, but be for democracy. Our lawmakers can be against Sunday alcohol sales, but be for letting the people decide. These two bills let the people decide.

When the referendum is on the ballot in their community, some folks may vote no on Sunday alcohol sales. Others may vote yes.

If more than one-half of the votes cast on the question are in favor of Sunday alcohol sales, the people decided. If more than one-half of the votes cast on the question are in opposition to Sunday alcohol sales, the people decided.

The point is the people decided.

Soak that in. Let your minds marinate on that for awhile.

The people decided. For or against, the people decided!

We have organizations out there, namely the Georgia Christian Coalition, who are applying the pressure to our lawmakers.

Members of Georgia's Christian Coalition are hoping to block a Sunday alcohol sales bill in the state senate.

The bill, which earlier appeared to be on its way to approval, has hit a snag. Jerry Luquire, President of the Christian Coalition, tells Channel 2 Action News he has picked up three no votes and only needs seven more to kill the bill.

Griffies, Jennifer (2011-2-10). Sunday Alcohol Sales Bill Hits Snag. WSB-AM. Retrieved on 2011-2-11.


The Georgia Christian Coalition is fighting hard to stop the people from deciding. The Georgia Christian Coalition is working to deny the people their own free will, even when God himself gives man free will.

That's right.

God, our creator, gives each of us free will; the freedom of choice; the freedom to choose whether to accept his son, Jesus Christ, as our lord and savior. God will never interfere with man's free will, and neither should the Georgia Christian Coalition.

Our legislators have a choice before them. They must choose where to cast their lots.

Our lawmakers must choose whether to side with an organization seemingly against democracy. Our lawmakers must choose whether they want to side with the Georgia Christian Coalition; an organization apparently against letting the people decide, and apparently against man's free will. Our lawmakers must choose between letting the people decide or letting the Georgia Christian Coalition decide.

I want the people to decide. I want the people to have their own free will to choose whatever. God will decide on judgment day if the people's choice was the right one.

Let the people decide Sunday alcohol sales.