Elections matter; character matters – How will you vote next November? Have you learned the character distinctions between major political parties?
Republicans believe in the right to life; Democrats promote the murder of unborn Americans.
Republicans believe in the Living God; Democrats at their convention tried three times to deny He exists.
Republicans believe in free markets where anyone with the desire to succeed can do so; Democrats believe only government can make good choices for you.
Democrats got their way with the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). Consequently, employers cut working hours, Christian-owned businesses are forced to fund abominable practices that dishonor God. Insurers predict insurance premiums will go up between 100% and 400% next year. Next year, the corrupt IRS will have total control over your health care decisions. National debt approaches 17 trillion dollars, growing by the second. Suicide has become the largest cause of death among deployed military personnel, more than combat deaths. Under this administration, all the years of successful racial integration have been reversed, moving our nation backward to the time of race wars and gang violence. Along the way, this administration turns a blind eye to the horrors of Islam while stifling Christians in military uniform.
Democrats strive to disarm us, to infringe on our God-given right to life by effectively annulling the Second Amendment. Meanwhile, all the mass murderers have been registered Democrats, including Ariel Castro who kidnapped and enslaved, probably murdered, young ladies in his dungeon home in Cleveland, Ohio.
I was a Democrat who voted for and supported President Jimmy Carter. It was his administration that opened my eyes to the declining character of the Democrat party. Not only I, but Ronald Reagan, Congressman Ralph Hall and a host of other well known political leaders switched parties over the character issue.
Holy Scripture says, “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.” — Proverbs 29:2
Character matters; elections matter.
“In selecting men for office, let principle be your guide. Regard not the particular sect or denomination of the candidate — look to his character.” — Noah Webster, Letters to a Young Gentleman Commencing His Education, 1789