Friday, January 30, 2009

Direct Evidence Mormon Church Violated Tax Exempt Status

On November 3, 2008, ProtectMarriage.com received a contribution of $30,354.85 from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. You read that right. The Mormon Church donated more than $30 thousand dollars to eradicate the right of same-sex couples to marry. This is clear evidence, with a paper trail showing the Church and their personal financial contribution.

See the filing here.

H/T to The Gaytheist Agenda.

9 comments:

L. Stephen said...

Great Work. It is time for the Mormons to start paying taxes. Thanks to the scores of people in the LGBTQI community who have pushed for this kind of discovery. The Gig is Up for the Mormons.

Laurie said...

There should be a sign like
that one only reading the right way

STOP THE MORONS
NO ON 8

VOTE AGAINST THE HATE!
NO ON 8!

TACKLE YOU HUGS!!!!!!!!!

Queers United said...

Stephen I think their taxes should go towards funding LGBT causes, lets build beautiful huge community centers all over the country, particularly Utah.

L. Stephen said...

Totally! And let some of that money go to support programs for young gay and lesbians who are oppressed by religious bigotry and hate.

Kelli Busey said...

The tip of the iceberg no doubt.

End the Hate @ Penn State said...

just got this from a friend... :(

Court: Christian school can expel lesbian students
1/27/2009, 8:57 p.m. EST
The Associated Press

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A California appeals court has ruled that a Christian high school can expel students because of an alleged lesbian relationship.

The 4th District Court of Appeal in Riverside on Monday upheld California Lutheran High School's right as a private, religious organization to exclude students based on sexual orientation.

Two girls sued claiming they were discriminated against after they were expelled from the Wildomar school in 2005. A lower court said the school isn't bound by the same anti-discrimination laws as a business establishment.


John McKay, attorney for California Lutheran, says the school's goal is to educate based on Christian principles.

The attorney for the girls could not be immediately reached Tuesday.

Anonymous said...

Never knew it was a "Christian principle" to hate and discriminate. I thought Christ taught compassion, tolerance and love. Guess I read a different Bible.

Anonymous said...

All religions and churches should be taxed. Why shouldn't they? What have they done to achieve tax-exempt status?

Not only that, but taxing religion would probably send our economy into a surplus.

Nekane said...

Why not try INCLUDING the Mormons in the next proposition? Legally permint gay marriages and polygamy also. You could get the Mormons and the Muslims involved in a postive way.

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