I just read an article by Pat Buchanan at HumanEvents.com. I urge everyone to read it and carefully consider what he has to say:
“This election is America’s last hope to reverse Roe v. Wade. Upon its outcome will rest the life, or death, of millions of unborn children. The great social cause of the Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus, of the Evangelical and Pentecostal churches, of the entire right-to-life movement, hangs today in the balance.”
I am not writing this article for people who believe that a woman or a doctor has a right to kill an unborn baby. I am writing it for those who know that the murder of the unborn is wrong. I am writing to those who know we have to make decisions that lead to the end of abortion in America.
I am not writing to those who believe that judges should decide what is the law according to their own ideas about the times we live in. I am writing to those who know that such an attitude towards the law will lead to a breakdown of law. I am writing to those who know that we need judges who will enforce the actual intent of the law, especially the Constitution.
I am not 100% convinced that John McCain will appoint the kind of strict-interpretation judges that we need in our courts, especially the Supreme Court; but I am convinced that Barack Obama will appoint disasters-to-be to the court. Read the article by Pat Buchanan. Consider Obama’s attitude towards unborn children that is on display. John McCain has pledged to appoint strict constructionist judges. His choice of Sarah Palin as a running mate shows that he has taken, amongst other things, his pro-life position seriously. Obama is a sure defeat for life, McCain represents at least some hope for life to prevail.
I read that Obama was offended that his position on abortion has been compared to infanticide. I cannot defend him on that because the continued slaughter of the unborn is very clearly just that, infanticide. Barack Obama’s judgment is clouded. He has chosen not to see. This reason alone makes him completely unqualified to be President. I cannot and will not vote for him.
I urge you, do not vote for Barack Obama. Don’t do it friend. Don’t.
I know that Barack Obama has displayed efforts to “reach out” to “evangelicals.” I have heard much about getting away from the “politics of division.”
But on this issue we are unquestionably divided: I cannot support someone who cannot see the evil of murdering the innocent unborn. I cannot vote for anyone who will support Roe-v-Wade.
There is a reactionary movement amongst Christians these days. I don’t know how big it is, but I see it in the midst of my own circles of influence. They express concern that “it isn’t just about abortion or homosexuality, it’s about other issues as well.”
I agree. Abortion is not the only issue. But to set aside that issue because there are other ones displays that one does not understand the true nature of the issue!
Abortion is worse than slavery. There isn’t now and there never was an excuse for slavery. Slavery is and was a vicious, dark, and unacceptable evil. I could never have voted for anyone who supported it. In the same way, murdering the unborn is vicious, dark and unacceptable.
Don’t be distracted or deceived. Don’t let calls for “unity” blind you to sense.
I can almost hear the Devil himself laugh with joy because their are Christians who could be taken up with such trickery! “We need to be unified, so stop making abortion the issue.” What?
Sorry friends, I cannot support Barack Obama, and I have some hope for John McCain. If John McCain fails in his duty to do his part in protecting the innocent and protecting the law, than woe to us. We are in trouble.
Read the Buchanan article. Then go, and don’t waste your time trying to persuade those who are blinded by a “pro-choice” deception, but instead work on your friends who formerly understood the importance of Life!
Well ok, in the long run we need to keep trying to persuade all, but urgently for now: No way, No how, never, Nada, Nyeto, no, No, NO to Barack Obama!