Monday, November 3, 2008

Why I Can't Vote for Obama

As an American citizen I have the right to make my voice heard on who I believe should become the next president. That's a very cool right. I have the right to disagree with you (and you I) and I have the freedom to talk about it. This in and of itself is a Godly position for a country to hold and I thank God for it.

I don't claim to be the smartest person and am by far no political expert. The issues at stake are big AND complex. I voted for McCain (via snail mail so I get to avoid the lines tomorrow!). One of the biggest reasons I did is because of his stance on life.

The approximate number of babies killed by abortion during the time America has been at war in Iraq: 67 times.

67 times what?

67 X THE AMOUNT OF CIVILIAN DEATHS IN IRAQ = BABIES KILLED!

Read John's post here. He shares some great information on this.

Get out and take advantage of your right to vote tomorrow.

No matter who becomes president I'll still sleep well and continue to pray for the man in that seat. For I know it is God whom this man is accountable to, whether he knows it or not, and it is in God I trust for the leading of my life, family and nation. There is something going on today that is much bigger than this election or this country and one day soon, both will not matter to us. What will matter is your personal vote for this man.

How was your voting experience? Did you stand in line, lick a stamp or just stay home and not vote?

1 comment:

81 said...

absentee voter here! muhahaha.