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If it did come down to Romney as the "last man standing" in the primaries...as a bible-believing Christian...would you vote for him?
If I did not know my sovereign God will right all wrongs and administer justice in the end. It would be a very bitter living in this country knowing full well it is on the decline as a world power.
Abiding in His Word wrote:If I did not know my sovereign God will right all wrongs and administer justice in the end. It would be a very bitter living in this country knowing full well it is on the decline as a world power.
The knowledge that God is sovereign and the nations are His to accomplish His purposes is the truth we must stand on in faith. We study the candidates and their positions on important matters and in the end, prayerfully make the best choice according to our conscience. That's our responsibility and privilege as citizens of a free country. Then it's in God's hands imho.
It is extremely important that we vote in the primaries, IMO. I did not wake up to that until the last election. The primaries are where we really have the best chance to choose based on the ideal, rather than pragmatism.
mrgravyard49 wrote:As of Now its down to Cain, Romney or Perry.. Pery dont stand a change against Obama because people see him as another bush.. =No.. Romney has to many holes to many issues, he is no different than those who are in Congress.
Cain is totally different.. A Real Deal . Once Poor so he can relate to SOOOO Many Americans..
Also Many people can vote for him and not be called a Racest for turning against Obama..
Its a Win Win Deal for America..
If,,, If there is another election,,, I just feel Obama isnt goin to let that Happen.. Pray I am Wrong..
daffodyllady wrote:If America were "attacked" a la 9-11, Herman Cain would become very attractive to many people.
Of course, I would not put it past O to rig another election, or to declare martial law by creating a national emergency.
Salty Skipper wrote:A ham sandwich would beat Obama if the election were held today.
GodsStudent wrote:The guest to Eric Barger said that Mormonism is the fastest growing religion in the US right now.
Sword of Geddon wrote:Not saying that Mitt is the antichrist, just that I do not trust him, and that we should be careful. Mitt knows how to talk the talk. Every debate he has been in generally he is said to preform well. But what exactly DOES Mitt Romney believe? What are his core values. I read a rumor that he once took advice from John Holdren, Obama's "Science Czar" and someone is a big proponent of "agenda 21". If that is true, that may be a clue to the true face of Mitt Romney.
In the U.S., Agenda 21 is called by different names. We call it “sustainable development,” “sustainable communities,” “Local 21,” “Smart Growth,” and a whole bevy of other names. However, all these governmentally imposed programs and changes that we now see in our communities (and worldwide) are upon the insistence of the U.N. as outlined in the Agenda 21 document.
First and foremost, Agenda 21 mandated that there is to be NO ownership of private property – worldwide. The U.N. believes that all land, watershed systems, and natural resources must be owned and administered by “government.” To American people, this is what we consider to be Communism. We believe that ownership of property is directly tied to freedom.
Let’s imagine that we all live the Agenda 21 way.
We own no land. We have no guns. We have no vote. Our children are the property of a global government taught by NGO agents called Career Certification Specialists, and God is outlawed and a thing of the past.
We are assigned to employers who are assigned to our settlement territories. There is no local government and there are no counties or cities. We are barred from large forests, natural fresh waters, and beachfront properties, which are all owned by businesses and used, tax free, by their families and friends.
water wrote:I would definitely vote for Romney over Obama.
I would vote for a bag of Cheetos over Obama.
good4u1 wrote:water wrote:I would definitely vote for Romney over Obama.
I would vote for a bag of Cheetos over Obama.
You being a conservative and Christian, I understand...
But the question is would the rest of America? Especially, when they have no real Christian underpinnings...let alone a moral compass to guide them...IS Romney really better than Obama? Really? I'm not so sure.
Chuck Balmer wrote:Choosing between a phony conservative Republican and an honest liberal Democrat is no choice at all. One may as well argue the benefits of voting for Nero over Caligula. No, the only choice is to vote for a true conservative. If one cannot be found in the Republican Party, try looking to a minor party. The Constitution Party comes to mind. If enough conservatives would vote their conscience, the Constitution Party would not be a minor party, and we wouldn't be left choosing between Nero and Caligula as "the lesser of two evils."
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