Here's the thing.
I don't like Trump. I don't like Clinton.
BUT I LOVE MY COUNTRY.
I feel a moral obligation to vote. Where does that leave me as a Christian?
In order for my vote to actually count, I must vote for one or the other.
- One, Mrs. Clinton, has clearly shown herself to be a proponent for everything that I find to be against God's laws. Her disregard for human life, for justice, for national security, and the Second Amendment among other things, are alarming. I cannot vote for her. We won't even discuss her lying, her disregard for the Constitution, and possible criminal actions.
- On the other hand, Mr. Trump, while not a model citizen, has pledged to support the Constitution, the Second Amendment, Pro-Life, national security, etc. I don't expect he would be a perfect president. BUT I have a deeper concern.
The most important issue of this election, to me, is The Supreme Court.
Who is going to appoint judges who will uphold the Constitution and Bill of Rights in a manner consistent with the Founders' original intent?
- I am absolutely certain that Hillary Clinton will not be that person.
- I believe that Trump will appoint conservative judges who will do their best to uphold the Constitution. That is major for our country. The Constitution is the glue that holds us all together. It's what will protect our children, our grandchildren and future generations until the Lord returns—IF WE DON'T LET THE JUDGES LEGISLATE FROM THE BENCH!
One final issue—President Obama has made Executive Orders that bypass Congress. I believe that, following his example, Mrs. Clinton would do the same.
I do not believe that Mr. Trump would do that—unless there were a reason that fit in with the original intent of that privilege.
Well, that's how I see it. I want to commend my readers on being very kind and open about this. Mr. Trump has prayed the prayer for salvation. Whether he was serious or not will show itself in time. This I do know. I thank God Christ can change us. I am not who I was. Thank you God!
We all must pray, and please vote.
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