Sunday, September 16, 2012

Should A Christian Vote for a
Party That Snubs God?

Booing God? Who the heck boos God? I’ll tell you who: Satan, his principalities and powers, devil worshippers and DNC delegates, that’s who.

I believe that three-minute display of divine disdain might have Chick-fil-A’ed the Dems come this November. I know if I were Romney I would run commercial loops of that sound bite over and over and over and over again. Back and forth. Back and forth. God handed Mitt a nugget that the greatest writers in Hollywood couldn’t script. Flog it, Mitt. Flog it.

Op-ed by Doug Giles @ Clash Daily


Anonymous said...

When Jesus returns none of the evil satan worshipers will even know what has happened. The curch will be removed from their presence, and hell on earth will begin. Note to the unbelivers, be carefull what you wish for, the end of the church age is at hand, cry out to Jesus while there is still time.

Kathleen... said...

That guy in the pic might want to duck the lightning....

And you know what gets me the most re:Dems booing God? The fact that they spout such "enlightened higher thinking" and tolerance all the time....for everything BUT what Conservatives hold dear. So blatantly duplicitious. They'd never want to "offend" the followers of other religious beliefs (I.e., those who observe Ramadan).

∞ ≠ ø said...

Should a Christian vote for someone who snubs God?

In a word, no.

But Christianity, for many, has become a worn out forgotten badge for selective outrage.
Perhaps this is even more true for Judaism. And, as for the Muslims, all 'others' are infidels, so, no help there.

Shocking? No, not really. The climate is ripe for fascism. Narcissistic ignorance flourishes while power is seized by those who deconstruct and shake down the pillars of society. We have become a society of self loving mouth breathing imbeciles.

Yesterday: Magee "High Flight"

Today: Larkin (language caution) "High Windows"

SpanishWarDonkey said...

For a direct answer, no. But the shoe will be in the other foot this year when millions of conservative Christians will pull the lever for a mormon. Being religious myself, what I have to remind myself of, and anyone else when I get a chance, is this: America is not a theocracy. It never has been, and never will be. We are not voting for a priest or a pastor. We are voting for a president; for our leader. One must vote for the candidate that most enspouses one's views. I highly doubt if people where honest with themselves, that they could say they voted for someone with whom they agreed with 100% on everything. Voting is a lot like a relationship, for me anyway; learning to accept someone for who they are, and that included the things you might not agree with or like.