posted on 11/06/2004 5:49:01 PM PST
OK, did anyone besides me hit on this atrocity?
We can all be against late abortion - and none more so than the woman who feels the child kicking inside her - but the best way to reduce the number of such terminations is through earlier abortions
posted on 11/06/2004 5:51:52 PM PST
posted on 11/06/2004 5:52:18 PM PST
One Brit that gets it,
however, God always plays
a role of His choosing.
posted on 11/06/2004 5:54:13 PM PST
(John "F" Kerry is now the final casualty of the Vietman War!)
Any idea how many people were up at 3 AM Wednesday morning praying for President Bush to win? for Ohio to not be Flori-dated? I believe it was totally God. Yeah, the Republicans helped some.
posted on 11/06/2004 5:57:11 PM PST
'The overarching problem Democrats have today is the lack of a clear sense of what the party stands for.'
And if the democrats actually own up to what their party stands for they will lose buy 80% the next time.
posted on 11/06/2004 5:58:40 PM PST
(Kerry has more positions on Iraq than the Kama Sutra)
I'm not religious, but I'd pick "moral values" over any one issue, because for me, that is rather a catch-all for "everything that's wrong with the Democrat party." I'm not a single-issue voter. I vote on the general philosophy behind the parties.
Let them believe this balderdash, it's fine with me. We'll just continue to go to church, pray before bedtime, and hand them their asses every election.
posted on 11/06/2004 5:59:51 PM PST
I'll I know is that Tuesday night at 6:50, I got on my knees and prayed like I have never prayed before. I prayed that President Bush would win but that above all, God's will would be done. I believe God is in control.
The proportions in favour or against abortion were no different - 55 per cent are broadly in favour of abortion with 42 per cent opposed. A majority supported either gay marriage (which we do not have here in Britain, or in most countries in Europe) or of gay civil unions.
OK, where did he get this crap?
Thank You, heavenly Father, for answering the prayers of so many of your people who prayed for President Bush's re-election. We now pray for his protection and for him to continue to seek Your guidance in all things and for our other elected leaders to follow suit. We pray in the power of Your Holy Spirit and through the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.
posted on 11/06/2004 6:10:48 PM PST
(God poured His love out on us! Romans 5:5-8)
They don't get it, and its disconcerting to watch them struggle to grasp it, and still miss it.
They were toast when they handed the nomination to Kerry. There are millions of Democrat veterans, including millions of Democrat Viet Nam veterans. They would have been loyal to the party had any other candidate run, but how many millions of them either crossed the line for Bush, or simply stayed home and refused to vote?
Three and a half million, maybe?
It was once possible for Christians to find their home in the Democratic Party, certainly it tended to be the natural home for Catholic voters. When the DNC decided to promote gay marriage, and late term abortion, and other moral monstrosities, they made it increasingly difficult for believers to remain. How many believers have left the party in the last couple of decades? How many of them remain but voted Bush?
Three and a half million, maybe?
The hemorrhaging of veterans and believers is self-inflicted. Their inability to see it is a boon to our side.
posted on 11/06/2004 6:25:39 PM PST
"Equally unexpectedly, those most scared by terrorism actually voted for Kerry."
Meaning that those who favor appeasement of terrorists have more to fear than those who face the threat and fight it.
posted on 11/06/2004 6:54:11 PM PST
Wanna bet? Who stirred the hearts of the voters. Also, folks, think of this one as proof of what prayer does.
Ya know, I think that's what's scaring the Dems so much!
They know it WAS God who won this election!
Thank you Lord and keep us from complacency and deception.
posted on 11/06/2004 7:15:50 PM PST
("The apprehension of beauty is the cure for apathy" - Thomas Aquinas)
I think we need to be clear on one issue
GOD IS NOT A REPUBLICAN!!!!!
But, I'm pretty sure Satan is a democrat.
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