16075[Covenanted Reformation] Re: RPCNA Testimony, Voting and the Explanatory Declara
- Sep 19, 2007That is the way of politicians; Their own power, position, and
political party FIRST...Christ (if they claim to be a Christian) a
woefully distant 2nd (and that is being charitable)...
--- In email@example.com, "Deejay"
> Many folks including Christians, voted for George Dubya, cos he
> supposedly "wears his faith on this sleeve," yet as a somewhat
> Brit bystander, I find that an oxymoron in many respects. I'm notwhen
> questioning his estate, just that his so-called "Christian stance"
> he openly practices pluralism amongst other things; it would probablybe
> better if he didn't "wear his faith on his sleeve" that way hecouldn't
> bring it into disrepute!little
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Larry Bump lbump@
> > forisraelssake wrote:
> > > Elder Bump, if you could vote for Ronald Reagan, then you could
> > > happily and joyfully vote for Ron Paul, who exceeds Reagan in all
> > > respects. I support Mr Paul. (Though as a Canadian that is of
> > > help with the nomination process.)I
> > I was not a believer when I voted for Reagan. I would not have, had
> > the same scruples I do now.
> > Larry
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