Monday, April 10, 2006

"We believe, our board believes, any Christian organization has an obligation to pay its debts in a timely fashion."

The once-powerful Christian Coalition crouches towards extinction and racks up $2 million in debt.
At its peak a decade ago, the Christian Coalition deployed a dozen lobbyists on Capitol Hill. Today, it has a single Washington employee who works out of his home. Its phone number with a 202 area code is automatically forwarded to a small office in Charleston, S.C.

The Christian Coalition is still routinely included in meetings with White House officials and conservative leaders, and is still a household name. But financial problems and a long battle over its tax status have sapped its strength, allowing it to be eclipsed by other Christian groups, such as the Family Research Council and the public policy arm of the Southern Baptist Convention. (WaPo)

Is it any wonder this has happened? After all, these two guys used to run it...

Update: The fine folks over at Get Religion have more.

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