Friday, October 10, 2008

Which Way, America? (pt. 2)

The news is finally all over the story of Bill Ayers and Barak Obama. Obama now (according to radio sources) claims he thought Ayers was rehabilitated. That means he knew about his past and still chose to use Ayer's home to launch his state campaign in Illinois. But get the point of the above statement. Mr. Obama has flip-flopped yet once more regarding his relationships with those who have a penchant for hating your America. First, they were casual acquaintances; now he thought he was rehabilitated. If that is true, this man is among the most naive to ever run for the presidency. That level of judgment on his part should frighten us all away from him.

Who else supports Obama for president? Among others, a man named Terrence Bean. Read about Mr. Bean here. [caution: the previous link is to a PG-13 article, filled with disturbing news]
Let's not forget our old friend, that racist Louis Farrakhan. What does he believe about Obama? He said that when Obama speaks, the Messiah is speaking. For Farrakhan, Obama is the voice of the Messiah. Are you frightened by that? You should be!

Do we want a president who is supported by the porn industry? I don't! Do you want a man who is lauded by one of America's most notorious hate-mongers? I don't! Vote, but choose wisely. A vote for Obama is a vote for more smut and more perversion. A vote for Obama is a vote for socialism. A vote for Obama is a vote for hatred and division.


Lynelle, Joe and Jairus said...

I so agree with you and am PRAYING hard for our nation. We must turn back to the Lord!

Kevin, Somewhere in South America said...

One of my friends suggested yesterday that we all take a minute at 9 PM Eastern to pray for God to revive America before the election. Sounds good to me!

Hope all is well over your way.


Anonymous said...

I appreciate this post. It's scary to me to see all the people who don't want to vote or who are voting for "the other candidate" just because of one thing they know. For instance, my roommate doesn't want to vote for McCain because she has 2 friends who were in the Army and had to go thru PTS counseling when they got back from time served in Iraq! She doesn't like the war...who does? But we can't just all of a sudden pull everyone out, there's so much more to it than we even know about. But people are voting who are so uneducated about what is going on. As Christians we should know what each candidate stands for, and those who support them (as you have mentioned here) are a great sign to that.

Kevin, Somewhere in South America said...

thanks, friend. As believers, we have a responsibility to reflect Christ in every arena. That includes in the voting booth. We must demonstrate godliness with our vote. A vote for a man who has a record of standing against Christian principles is a vote for evil. A vote for evil is a vote against Christ. It is a sin. For me, that is the bottom line. The ugly war, which no one (as you said) wants to be involved in, is secondary in this case. But, that fact notwithstanding, I agree that this conflict is far more complicated than mainstream media will ever tell you.