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PAC respectfully declines debate with AFV; we're all Christians

Question of legal sales is not about religion, PAC spokesperson says. "Although our two groups fundamentally disagree on what is best for Adair Co., we are all Christians," PAC Chair says
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By Shannon Sexton

We would like to thank WAIN and Adair Co. Community Voice for inviting PAC to a radio debate.

PAC's (Progress in Adair County) mission is one of economic growth, jobs, revenue, quality of life and freedom of choice. AFV's (Adair Family Values) platform is faith based.

Although our two groups fundamentally disagree on what is best for Adair Co., we are all Christians.

We've watched as a neighboring county debated the same issue and publically tore their community apart as a byproduct. It will take years to repair the damage. What high price to pay for proving a point.

Our group has felt the effects of personal attacks questioning our faith; however, PAC has held firm that we will not argue religion, the Bible or anyone's interpretation of. We will not divide our community and do too much damage to prove a point - because with that approach there will be no winners, only losers.

We respectfully decline the radio debate invitation and ask everyone to please go out and express your opinion, for or against the legal sale of alcohol on March 22, 2016. Shannon Sexton, Chair, Progress in Adair County - PAC

This story was posted on 2016-02-25 17:42:30
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