I decided I rant a lot, and while I have a lot of readers who aren’t voting for Obama, I don’t think I have many who want Romney putting his 25 Cadillacs on the WH lawn.
So…What are you doing to help avoid a Romney presidency?
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Honestly, what can I do to compare with this?
But to answer your question, I think the best we can do is talk with people in our immediate circle of friends where we have the most influence. That is what I do. Talk about driving the bus into a ditch again.
People become so two faced when trying to align their own personal wants and their religious views sometimes.
A) Mordok (doesn’t that just sound so much like a comic book bad guy’s name?) wants to force his religious views on people, despite the freedom of religion we enjoy in this country.
B) Mordok thinks abortion should be against the law. He reconciles this as against his religion. Many Christians do the same, but there is no real point in the bible that says life begins at conception, or that all life is sacred. In fact the bible has many many god sponsored wars in it, and has been interpreted to be all for death of unbelievers in the middle ages. That it can be interpreted freely both ways suggests that there really isn’t any firm coherent point on the matter.
C) Mordok thinks that all Americans should be forced to live to his own view of what Christianity’s standards are. This is in direct violation of the freedom of religion we all get. He claims this on an ethical standpoint based on his religious views.
D) Mordok is clearly trying to muddy the waters in the separation of Church and State. It is not ok to combine the two, as that will eventually result in the country issuing a State mandated religion. I don’t think even Christians would want this, because which denomination would be picked? Each one has much different views comparatively.
E) Mordok adheres to his views in the face of logic. This even applies to his apology. This is because logic could be used to invalidate any number of his views, he chooses to ignore it.
Mordok is not someone I’d like representing me. However luckily I don’t live in Indiana, but still he has an internal personality schism that I cannot trust even slightly.
why can’t we get a massive number of people to vote NON democratic and NON republican?
That’s where i see the problem. Everyone says “well i can’t vote for any one else cause my vote wouldn’t make a difference”…. I’m voting someone else anyways!
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