Voting for VP, Finis
“Dad, you always told us, ‘The lesser of two evils is still evil. Jesus
would never tell us to embrace the lesser of two evils. Jesus
never said it is about winning. It is about obedience. You
always told us we’re going to spend a lot longer time with
Jesus than anybody else; so we better get our priorities
in order…So there’s no way I’m voting for…’”
“You could see moisture in their eyes as they
realized a woman will be the next President.”
CBS radio reporter
“Watching the Hillary and Donald sycophants, I’m more convinced
than ever that most Democrats and Republicans would vote for
satanos if it were their party’s nominee for President.”
An egghead professor of an eclectic program in my college told me how to discover truth: “Don’t just read and listen to people that agree with you. Read everything and listen to everybody. That’s the only way to discover the truth.”
It’s like marriage counseling: “There are three sides to every story – her side, his side, and the truth.”
So I watch CNN, Fox, MSNBC, CBS, NBC, ABC, ESPN, and…
Of course, I keep a barf bag close.
I listen to liberal and conservative talk radio shows.
Just the other day, I was listening to a “progressive” station – as in we’re progressively distancing ourselves from anyone and anything of lasting moral values built upon Jesus, Holy Scripture, and common sense and prefer ethics established with two feet planted firmly in the air – with some old lib hack named Press who was interviewing a strategist for the DNC.
Surprisingly, the partisan provided the most clarifying assessment of why people will vote against Hillary or Donald.
He said, “For people voting against Hillary, the issue is honesty. For people voting against Donald, the issue is temperament.”
As you may not have read in www.koppdisclosure.com, www.churchandworld.com, or the Belvidere Daily Republican back in June along with a radio broadcast of KD on www.bnnsradio.com, I decided I’d wait until I saw the VP choices and then vote for the VP.
I’m not voting for a criminal.
I’m not rolling the dice with the future of America.
I’m not voting for Hillary or Donald.
If I have to explain that to you, you’re ignorant, deceived, defiant, apathetic, or part of the conspiracy to destroy America.
Well, they’ve made their choices and I like the elephant more than the, uh, uh, uh,…donkey.
I like manly men.
While I may be wrong and this may be like throwing gas on a raging fire, I think our country has become too feminized or, at least, uh, uh, uh,…unsure.
I still think God made us, uh, female and male.
My wife will always be a better woman, wife, and mother than I can ever be and I will always be a better man, husband, and father than she can ever be.
Getting back to the elephant and, uh, donkey, the elephant is a manly man of consistent character and confession.
The other, uh, guy is not.
For example, in a glowing example of what I’m trying to vet, the donkey says he is personally against abortion but politically for it.
In other words, he is double-minded.
That double-mindedness will carry over into too many of the challenges before America to convince me that he should be a heartbeat away from the big seat.
If I have to explain that to you…
Well, I may change my mind before November 8.
I don’t think so.
But if convinced by Jesus, Holy Scripture, and common sense, I will let you know.
If not, that’s it for me on this P cycle.
Back to looking up, standing up, speaking up, and acting up for Jesus!
Besides, I’m totally convinced beyond any doubt or any possibility of amendment that America needs Jesus a lot more than Hillary or Donald.
Blessings and Love!
Blessings and Love!
Look up! Stand up! Speak up! Act up for Jesus!
Salt! Shine! Leavenate!