Jesus wouldn't vote for Obama, but Mohammed would. :)
I don't care who Jesus would vote for; I'm more interested that He frustrate and defeat the enemies of life. Most of the political battles of day are actually spiritual battles, and the Democrats have proven over and over again that they are on the wrong side of this spiritual warfare.
If there is a belief that is held in all religions(even Buddhism) it is the right to life for an unborn child, if Barack Obama holds that view and calls himself Christian he is dead wrong.
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Of course Jesus wouldn't vote for Barack Obama. He's not registered, and he's not a resident; he can't vote in American elections. What a silly idea for a thread.
Quite frankly I am getting sick of this "What would Jesus think" crap. That to me is so disrespectful. We should not try to guess what he would or woundn't say. I am so sick of the disgusting libs trying to use Jesus in this way...they are so sick!!!!!
Right on the mark. God bless Jill Stanek.
Barack Hussein Obama is one of the most dangerous political figures of our time.
As a physician I ask, at what point do you with hold extended life support to infants born tremendously premature?
I recall seeing many that were too small to go on some kind of life support and who eventually were left to die.
I know we are able of resuscitating infants born that are smaller and smaller, but surely we are not talking about miscarriages that occur in the first or early second trimester, where the fetus is alive but too small to receive extended life support.
Guess Obama isn't concerned with the slaughter of black babies, either.
And there's been an effort in the state legislature to stop this practice, and three times Barack Obama has voted against the bill that would stop the practice of letting these babies die. And I was simply saying that as a person of Christian conscience, when I vote, I have to ask myself the same question I ask in other things: am I representing Christ, and if I have somebody representing me--it's just like in my campaign, I try to tell my campaign people, if we're running under a rubric that says we're trying to be faithful people when we deal with other human beings in the campaign or outside of the campaign, we have to reflect that commitment of faith. We can't be representing something that would be false to the banner we're flying under.
And that's true of voting. You know, I can't send somebody off to represent me in the Senate of the United States who is not going to behave in a way that's compatible with my conscience, as shaped by the presence of Christ in my life. I have an obligation to use that vote in such a way that it doesn't contradict the conscientious requirements of my faith.
And I don't think Jesus would let that baby die. I think that He would do everything He could to save that life, just as He was willing to offer His own to save our lives in all eternity. And I think we know that, as Christian folks.
And so, this fellow asked me, "Well does this mean that Jesus Christ wouldn't vote for Barack Obama?" and I had to allow as how I think, as a conscientious Christian, no, Christ would not vote for such a person.
And then they tried to get me to say, "Well, does that mean that Christ would vote for you?" and I said, look, that's not what I'm saying. You know, because I think that that's something that other people would have to judge, based on where I stand and how they feel in conscience about what I offer.
Alan Keyes explains why "Jesus wouldn't vote for Obama" (Scott Thomas Show)
I don't think Jesus would vote for anyone...Wasn't he a Monarchist?
Never bothered to register to vote?
Because Barack Obama is black and Jesus was a Jooooooo!!!!
Bump for later read (I'm at work now...).
Why Jesus would not vote for Barack Obama"
Becuae he can spot a phoney a mile away?