I dont deem anything evil. I was taught the difference between good and evil real young.
If you vote for a guy who backs abortion, you empower and assist in killing children. That’s evil
If you vote for a guy that thinks he’s the Lincoln of homosexuality, you empower evil.
This ain’t rocket surgery. Evil is pretty easy to spot. Disagreeing with someone does not make them evil. Disagreeing with someone doing evil is pretty much a no brainer for anyone with a basic set of morals.
Hillary and Obama are separated by more than a percent ov evil. If one runs as a Repub, which do you vote for and not get evil elected? And that’s not a straw man as some here seem to trot out. Because Romney has a history of evil in office greater than Obama’s before his assension. And despite the FACT that his record of evil closely tracked Obamas while IN office, people said OK to it.
And then wonder why the GOP moves ever leftward every election.
re: “Hillary and Obama are separated by more than a percent ov evil. If one runs as a Repub, which do you vote for and not get evil elected?”
One of those two is less evil than the other. If they were the choices, opting out of the choice makes one complicit, in my opinion, with allowing greater evil to win.
I see we are just not going to agree. I understand that you are doing what you think best and I respect you for it, though I think it leads to greater evil. I know that is not your intent.
I know you see my thinking as a compromise with evil, but I see it as slowing or stopping greater evil and attempting to move us away from the precipice.
I pray for our nation as I think it is already too far gone. God can work miracles, but our national sins I fear are too great.
Anyway, thank you for the cordial discussion. I enjoyed it as it helped me to clarify my thoughts.