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Friday, July 06, 2007

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 Christian Exodus move postponed

The AP is reporting that the co-founder of a movement to get conservative Christians to move to South Carolina so they can take over the government through the ballot box has delayed his own move to the state.

Christian Exodus co-founder Cory Burnell planned to relocate from California to Anderson County sometime this week. But he said the publicity surrounding the move caused his would-be employer to take away its offer. He wouldn't name the company.

Christian Exodus plans to move families into Anderson County to influence local elections, then spread throughout South Carolina.

1 Comments:

Blogger vjack said...

They have been talking about this for years. I wonder if anything will ever come of it?

8:34 AM  

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