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I'm an evangelical Christian, member of the CPC, but presently & unjustly exiled to wander the political wilderness.
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Monday, January 19, 2009

A bloody stain on his inauguration?

According to CNN, it's rumoured that one of his first acts as President will be to sign the death-warrants of tens of thousands of innocent children around the world.

So much for "Hope".

Bet you that if this had been known during the campaign, a whole lot of Christians would have thought twice about voting for him... likely enough to have cost him the White House.

(NOTE: Would be commenters, don't be stupid... if you have something of substance to say, go ahead and say it, but I'm not going to bother with idiocy on this one)

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  • At Mon. Jan. 19, 05:32:00 p.m. EST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    According to CNN, it's rumoured that one of his first acts as President will be to sign the death-warrants of tens of thousands of innocent children around the world.

    You start the thing off with such a clear bias that it's pointless to say much else.You post it under No-bama for crying out loud.

    How can you expect substantive commentary when you don't provide it yourself?

    To many millions of people, this is a great Obama is doing.

     
  • At Mon. Jan. 19, 08:12:00 p.m. EST, Anonymous mark said…

    Obama's pro-abortion stance was well known and many Christians willing voted for him despite of it. How they rectify that with their conscience's I don't know.

     
  • At Mon. Jan. 19, 09:45:00 p.m. EST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    What kind of Christian is Obama supposed to be again? (real conservative)

     
  • At Mon. Jan. 19, 11:05:00 p.m. EST, Blogger Miles Lunn said…

    Obama simply believes in the right to choose. He is pro-choice not pro-abortion. The decision to have or not to have one is up to the women, not the state. Obama believes in women's rights, while Bush and most other so-cons don't.

     
  • At Tue. Jan. 20, 12:30:00 p.m. EST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Don't blame me, I supported McCain

    Mike Wisniewski

     
  • At Tue. Jan. 20, 03:58:00 p.m. EST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Personally I'm completely against the anti-abortion movement. It seems to me to be based on a "religious" belief about when a fetus is a person. Imposing this religious belief on another is no different than any other form of religious demagoguery, stoning, sharia law, burning witches etc.
    The fundamental problem with religion is it teaches that its beliefs are the only ones that can possibly be true. Eventually this always leads to one group imposing its opinions/beliefs on another.

     

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