America is awash in so-called Christian rhetoric, much more so than actual Christianity. It’s a great thing Christ warned against false teachings.
Recently a gentleman penned a letter to the Editor of a large Southern newspaper, God Should Guide Vote. As one might guess this means voting for God’s chosen party, the Republicans. It says so right there in the Bible.
May I suggest that when you enter the voting booth this time, May I suggest that when you enter the voting booth this time, vote for what God would want for our country. Align yourself with that party and push the button. I’m betting on God. Align yourself with that party and push the button. I’m betting on God.
This same man wrote a similar letter several years before, Don’t Vote Democrat. God wouldn’t like that. Instead we should vote for the party of perpetual war, constant debt increases, overbearing regulations and a police state. Well, yes, that is both major American parties. Stick with the Republicans! They are good people like Denny Hastert, the child molester, and George Bush, the semi-literate war criminal.
Let us review a few of the GOP’s accomplishments of the past few decades:
Numerous undeclared wars against manufactured enemies in various countries;
Many of those countries destroyed;
This country bankrupted;
Millions dead, wounded or displaced;
$200 Trillion in debt and liabilities;
DHS and the Patriot Act;
55 million babies murdered without consequence;
The death of the middle class;
Shoe-tapping in the airport men’s room;
These are but a few and, yes, the Republicans had tremendous assistance from Democrats but… But… Where was I?
Oh, voting for what God would want!
God told me not to bother voting.
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