Source: Las Vegas Sun
WASHINGTON — A couple of days ago, when it became known that a Hindu chaplain from Reno would be giving his religion’s first-ever opening prayer for the U.S. Senate, offices of a Christian values organization in Mississippi didn’t think twice about bad karma.
The American Family Association tapped its 3 million-strong database and launched a crusade against what one opponent would later sum up as “the abomination.”
“Take action,” read the message posted on the group’s Web site and sent to members. It urged protest phone calls and e-mails to senators.
Three people did more.