MOVE 2008: If Church stays at home, McCain may stay in Arizona

Posted: June 27, 2008 in Above the Fold, IJS, Networking, Politics
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As both candidates continue to forge ahead and court the evangelical vote, strategies are beginning to rear its cosmetically-enhanced head.

Team Obama is going head long into the buckle of the Bible belt making it obvious, “Hey Christians. Hillary really won’t be my Veep. Pick me. I even quit that church.”

Team McCain? Eh… he’s still focused on WarGames and really isn’t interested.

According to this story from the AP, if he continues that course of action, he may be asking Barack for a job. (Or in his home state, a yob).

MEMO to anyone pew warmers thinking about warming their couch on Election Day: “You’re a fool.” Plain, simple, effective. Votes were not given to you because you had fortune to be born in this country. You have a vote, a choice to have a say ANYTHING in political affairs because of the actions of some brave men and women. They’re called soldiers, maybe you’ve heard of them? Recently? Iraq? Anyone?

Now you might be saying, “Well, well. I won’t vote for anyone that thinks abortion is a swell idea, so I just won’t vote. WWJD?” He would shut up and study! A guy he influenced once wrote, “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:14-15).

STUDY. The issues, not the candidates, are what this country is about. The principles in the polling booth is what you should be focused on, not who is spouting the 10-year plan of dealing with them. That’s our right, but it’s YOUR responsibility. So, get of your Blessed @$$urance and locate your nearest candidate. To your corners!

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