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To: imardmd1
In regards to the upcoming presidential election, I have heard some Christians say they will not vote for Barack Obama since he clearly supports and promotes issues contrary to the Bible, like abortion and homosexual marriage. But, they say, they cannot vote for Mitt Romney because he is a Mormon, and they point out the unbiblical doctrines of Mormonism.

This comparison makes little sense. Obama, the sitting President of the United States, has taken tangible actions to destroy life, to destroy traditional marriage, and to destroy the economy. People are poorer today than they were four years ago, despair dominates.

Then a voter instead should worry and fret about something abstract, like someone's religious background?

Such a comparison does not pass the sanity check, which renders the entire article questionable and full of disconnects.

13 posted on 10/10/2012 3:01:45 AM PDT by olezip
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To: olezip

Any Christian with half a brain knows Romney is the only viable choice for saving our nation in the physical realm. Obama has done more to destroy the American Dream intentionally than any other president in U.S. history. I could address and detail this specifically but it would be so long that it would take away the significance of what each damage each action has had, particularly when there are so many impeachable actions that would have been tolerated if the president had been of another race. Obama appears to be anti-American and is a hostile parasite that was implanted in the WH intentionally by radical elements. It is apparent he is trying to reduce America in stature intentionally and most likely under the control of foreign interests or he is really that inept.


15 posted on 10/10/2012 3:21:08 AM PDT by jsanders2001
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To: olezip

...”Then a voter instead should worry and fret about something abstract, like someone’s religious background?

Such a comparison does not pass the sanity check, which renders the entire article questionable and full of disconnects. “...

I totally agree.


23 posted on 10/10/2012 5:04:41 AM PDT by jazzlite (esat)
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To: olezip

...”Then a voter instead should worry and fret about something abstract, like someone’s religious background?

Such a comparison does not pass the sanity check, which renders the entire article questionable and full of disconnects. “...

I totally agree.


24 posted on 10/10/2012 5:04:41 AM PDT by jazzlite (esat)
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To: olezip
This comparison makes little sense.

The article makes little sense to one whose life is not guided by Christian principle, by the commands of The Christ, who is surrendered to Him.

Such a comparison does not pass the sanity check, which renders the entire article questionable and full of disconnects.

The thrust of the whole article is completely sensible and seamless to the spiritual man who thinks like Christ thinks; but sounds like the voice of a fool to the natural man, a child of disobedience, in whom the god of this has blinded the minds of them which believe not, and thus seems to be full of disconnects.

Suggestions:

(1) Read and think through the title of the article. It is of, by, and for Christians, not other.
(2) Read 1 Cor. 2:5,7,9,13,14,16
(3) Then Eph. 2:2-3
(4) Following that, 2 Cor. 4:3-6
(5) Cogitate on what you have said vs. what the Holy Ghost says about one's mindset and guiding master.

Respectfully --

25 posted on 10/10/2012 5:05:32 AM PDT by imardmd1 (Come and hear, all ye that fear God, and I will declare what He has done for my soul. Ps 66:16)
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