Who Has My Vote?

Posted Monday, August 20, 2012, at 9:28 AM
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  • Nice thought, Bryan, B U T, much like the 'choice' we are offered by from above, if we 'chose' rightly, we are saved, but if we 'chose' wrongly, and worse yet, if we 'don't chose,' which equates to choosing wrongly, we are 'double wrong.' (Did I say that wrong?) (^8; besides, I don't want to support a nobody, not there, and watch all them dead folk carry the incumbent back into another four. No, I'm not calling 'living Liberals' dead, just those who really are, D E A D.

    Now, me?? I'm not planning on being 'dead,' but am hoping and praying to be gone (where absentee ballots don't go). Being the coward, that I am, I can only see the option, like you, of voting for the lesser of two unfavorable (IMO) choices. One scares me to death, for Christian reasons, and the other scars me a lot, for Christian reasons. Oh, and the first one lies like an expensive carpet (from where they fly).

    Rather than rant on, for a long time, I'll just close, by saying P R A Y ! ! [or] R E P E N T ! ! (whichever is best for the reader, who read this far). (^8

    -- Posted by Navyblue on Tue, Aug 21, 2012, at 5:16 PM
  • "We only receive what we demand, and if want hell then hell is what we'll have". --Jack Johnson

    -- Posted by Benevolus on Thu, Aug 23, 2012, at 6:42 PM
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