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Need I say more?

Posted by Mike on July 21st, 2008

Quoted from the Associated Press.

“I never thought I would hear myself saying this,” Dobson said in a radio broadcast to air Monday. “… While I am not endorsing Senator John McCain, the possibility is there that I might.”

What happened to?

Earlier, Dobson had said he could not in good conscience vote for McCain, citing the candidate’s support for embryonic stem cell research and opposition to a federal constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage, as well as concerns about McCain’s temper and foul language.

The lessor of two evils is not a vote of conscience or beliefs. It is a pragmatic approach that furthers the decline of the United States. The Christian voting block is a large and powerful one. We can choose (and vote for) a candidate that will work hard to further a platform that is aligned with Biblical values. Read the platform of the Constitution Party.

It’s time to leave the Republican Party behind. Read the Promoting a Culture of Life section of the 2004 platform. For six years the GOP controlled the House, Senate, and the Executive Branch. Did they strike down abortion? No! I was shocked when I heard the chairman of the Iowa Republican Party admit on a radio program that he hadn’t had time to read the party platform!

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Isaiah 5:20 (KJV)

Don’t pick the lessor of two evils. Vote your convictions, Christian. It is your civic and moral duty.

One Response to “Need I say more?”

  1. Allen Says:

    The lesser of two evils is always still just evil. Part of the problem is that Christians put their trust in man rather than God and when they do that, then only man’s wisdom makes any sense. When our trust is in the Lord, we are not worried about wasting a vote because we rely on His wisdom and in doing so our voice is never “wasted”. O,the conversations I have had with Christians on this subject! You are right, it is our responsibility and duty to vote for “right” not just to win. Besides, most of the instances we read about in scripture where God works mightily on man’s behalf is when the odds and numbers are impossible. Just think of how God pared down Gideon’s fighting force.

    The real problem with Christians voting their convictions is that so few really have any.

    Allen

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