But anyone who's watching politics has to be nauseated by what's going on.
What's hardest for me to accept (and I've only recently accepted Trump as the Republican nominee for reals) is that my friends--many of whom are Christian--are content to
1) sit out this election
2) vote for Hillary
3) vote for what's his name, the new kid on the block. Oh. Evan Mcsomething.
4) vote for Stein or Johnson, so-called Libertarian types.
Part of what's painful about this is being unable to read National Review, Weekly Standard, RedState or the like who've all turned into virtual nutballs, frantic to campaign (apparently) for Hillary for POTUS, regardless her criminal attempts to avoid transparency, lies or brutal lack of concern for anyone other than the one percent who can contribute to her campaign.
So for all you Christian friends out there--in particular--I'd like you to descend from your heavenly clouds and read the following essay by Dr. Jim Garlow of Skyline Church in San Diego.
Dr. Garlow would like you to think twice before throwing the election to a known criminal. Not the least of the reasons are that Trump "surrounds himself with good people" and his kids are a great testament to him as a parent.
This is reason no. 16 of 18 reasons to vote for Trump:
16. Freedoms come in "threes." Political freedom, economic freedom and religious liberty coexist together. Take one away and the other two will eventually disappear. One cannot exist without the other two. The genius of America is that it had all three, until recently. Trump fully grasps the loss of religious liberty. I have heard him speak on it in person on several occasions. He knows that economic and political freedoms are evaporating. He will reverse that. Hillary will decimate all three.The article is well worth a full read. Here ya go.
She's a crook, an unjailed criminal.
Does anyone really think Hillary cares about religious freedom?
We need someone with fortitude to respond to the various attacks coming at our country.
Is Trump for real when it comes to Christianity? Who knows.
We do know we have a better chance with him than her.
Which is why I'm not with her.
Instead, he's with me.
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