The Two Faces of Gary Bauer
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"Separation between Church and State." Who coined the Phrase?
Give up? Answer: Thomas Jefferson - one of the founding
fathers of this geat Nation and a creator of the U.S. Constitution and the
First Amendment to that same Constitution.
Thomas Jefferson, in 1802, wrote a Letter to the Dansbury Baptist
Convention, referring to the First Amendment to the US Constitution.
In it he said:
|Gary L. Bauer
Family Research Council
700 13th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005 Phone: (202) 393-2100
Gary Bauer has always supported a Conservative Christian position especially when it comes to Church and State issues. It is apparent from the data collected, that the first amendment may be in danger from his past and future actions.
Upon calling his office we find that Witchcraft "..isn't a "Real" religion." What is a real religion, Mr. Bauer? What you have been practicing? Read the following and remember: "By their Works may they be known."
(Remember it is best to investigate on your own when looking at allegations about anyone. Don't believe us, think for yourself and investigate for yourself! And remember, the Freedom of Religion Coalition does not represent any political party nor do we recommend any political candidate, nor are we involving ourselves in the political process.
Gary Bauer was Candidate for President, and was director of the Office of Policy Development and former Domestic Policy Advisor to President Ronald Reagan. He was instrumental in the founding and developing two of America's most prominent radical right conservative groups. Bauer served as Chairman of the political action committee, THE CAMPAIGN FOR WORKING FAMILIES, and served as President of the FAMILY RESEARCH COUNCIL which is the Washington-based lobbying arm of James Dobson's Focus on the Family. When in 1992 the overtly political activities of the Family Research Council (FRC) threatened the nonprofit status of Dobson's operation, the two organizations became legally separate. Though often treated as a mainstream social research organization by the media, the FRC, by Bauer's own admission, conducts no research. Strenuously "pro-life" and homophobic, the FRC opposes both public television and government subsidy of the arts. Bauer claims the National Endowment for the Arts is run by "a small cadre of cultural revolutionaries, militant homosexuals, and anti-religious bigots who are intent on attacking the average American's most deeply held beliefs while sending them the bill." The FRC says it exists to reaffirm and promote nationally, and particularly in Washington, DC, the traditional family unit and the Judeo-Christian value system upon which it is built." Anti-Occult, Anti-Earth Religion. Dangerous individual looking for political power. Wants to make U.S. a Christian Country in which only Christians live.
In ten years time, Bauer led FRC from a three person, $1
million operation, to a 120 person,
Bauer is the author of Our Journey Home, published by
Word, Inc. in October 1992; is
In 1973, Bauer received his law degree from Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C. He is married to the former Carol Hoke of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. They have 3 children Elyse, Sarah, andZachary and live in Virginia.
Gary Bauer campaigns as a hard-right moralist, and has credentials to back it up from his years working in Reagan's White House. He's also one of the few candidates in either party from a humble background, having grown up as a janitor's son in Kentucky, where he led a crusade to clean up vice.
Unfortunately for him, his record isn't quite as squeaky clean as his speeches. And if you wanted to be mean, you could say he is barely 5 foot tall and looks like a cross between a gay Grinch and Mr. Bean, but that wouldn't be fair.
Consider these allegations:
"Adultery is a big deal. Harry Truman knew this, "How can I trust a man if his wife cannot?" the plainspoken man from Independence said." -- Bauer
"I often went to school fearful of a black eye or a bloody nose. There were plenty of thugs at my school that would love to pound me." -- Bauer
"I don't see why Christians should censor themselves out of any forum in which our perspectives can be heard. I disagree with the theology of many groups that I address; Jews, for example, who do not accept Jesus, or atheists." -- Bauer
Nine members of Bauer's staff have quit in the last month, including Charles Jarvis, Bauer's campaign manager, and Tim McDonald, former chief of advance operations. Jarvis and McDonald have said publicly that they resigned in protest of Gary Bauer's "inappropriate" behavior in travelling alone and spending time behind closed doors with a 26-year-old deputy campaign manager.
Jarvis says that he and others in the campaign warned Bauer several times "in the clearest possible terms" that he was creating "the appearance of impropriety" by spending "hours and hours and hours behind closed doors with a young single woman." Neither Jarvis nor McDonald has directly claimed that sex occurred, though.
An unnamed source in the Bauer campaign said that Bauer has been traveling alone with this hot 26-year old blond (deputy campaign manager Melissa McClard) on a daily basis and the two have been so inseparable that it was like a "husband-wife relationship." This source said that rumors of an affair have circulated inside the campaign for months, and that several people told the candidate of their concern. "Bauer told them basically to buzz off -- that it was his personal business," the source said. Other staff members who quit include media consultant Tom Edwards and Betty Barrett, who was Bauer's secretary for 15 years. They declined comment.
Bauer called a press conference to deny having an affair and called the rumors "devastating." Concerning his time spent with the young woman, he responded that he meets privately with every member of his campaign staff behind closed doors, and that the questions are unfair. Bauer even denied that any campaign staffers had raised questions about the relationship with him. When pressed, though, he conceded that some of his staffers may "have left because they just didn't want to deal anymore with the rumor."
Bauer argued that he should not be held to the higher standard adopted by most evangelical and Christian right leaders, such as Billy Graham and congressman Steve Largent, who avoid meeting women (other than their wives) alone. But the boards of two religious groups long connected with Bauer, the Family Research Council and Focus on the Family, have warned him to not travel alone with her or meet behind closed doors for extended periods.
Bauer had no trouble sitting through Moon's amazing speech, which including gems such as:
"God wants a love partner. Thus, centering on the place where husband and wife become one through their sexual organs, God wants to appear and meet us."
"When you were young, did you ever taste the dried mucus from your nose? Does it taste sweet or salty? It's salty, right?"
You can read the entire text of Moon's speech on the Moonie's web site by clicking here.
Bauer's group, the Family Research Council, takes out full page ads in the Washington Times, a conservative newspaper owned by Moon. Those are paid for with his non-profit's money from donations, but the speaking fees go directly into Bauer's pockets. Besides the Washington Times, Moon has courted various conservative political leaders by donating money to Ralph Reed, Jerry Fallwell and his financially troubled Liberty University among others.
Moon, who served a prison term for tax evasion, is controversial because of his fruitcake beliefs, his cult's widely publicized mass marriages of up to 10,000 people, and alleged brainwashing of members. He claims that Jesus failed as Messiah because he did not wed and have children, and that Moon and his fourth wife Hak Ja Han Moon are the "true parents of all humanity."
"I was in college and law school during the Vietnam War and had a student deferment. Later, I was drafted, but disqualified because of a physical problem that gave me a rating of 1Y -- meaning I could not be inducted unless there was more of a military emergency. I feel very strongly about the decline of our military over the past 10 years."
Getting beat up -- "Religious Conservative Bauer Keeps Faith and Runs", by John Harwood, The Wall Street Journal, December 7, 1999 pA28
Disagree with Jews -- see Moonie Sources.
The following news release exposes the shody tactics that Gary Bauer has used in the past and we are sure, will use in the future.
NEWS RELEASE from the