Question for the 73% of White Evangelicals Who Will Apparently Be Voting for Romney?

Question for the 73% of White Evangelicals Who Will Apparently Be Voting for Romney A question that deserves an answer before election day. October 31, 2012 | According to polls 73 percent of WHITE evangelicals will be voting for Mitt Romney. If the polls are correct here’s the question I'd like to ask evangelicals using their own style of language/concerns/theological thinking as applied to their choice: What’s the explanation for the fact that white American Evangelicals made the allegedly philandering lying ignorant braggart lapsed Roman Catholic Dinesh D'Souza their anti-Obama hero, embrace a pro-choice Mormon bishop who promoted abortion and Planned Parenthood in MA, are working to elect a job-destroying tax-avoiding lying flip-flopping-tell-anyone-anything-they-want-to-hear Swiss bank account collecting draft dodger running with a disciple of the God-hating, Jesus-mocking hater-of-the-poor Ayn Rand, for their presidential candidate and look the other way as a crazed ultra-Zionist many Israeli Jews fear billionaire casino owner who is being investigated for allegedly making billions off the dirtiest Chinese gambling Communist Party-controlled outfit in the world funds the enterprise, at the very same time as Franklin Graham sold his ailing father Billy’s soul and denied core evangelical theology by taking Mormonism off the Billy Graham organization’s list of cults in order to help the Mormon pagan-ritual-performing, Trinity-denying, casino-money-grubbing billionaire-coddling, earth-destroying global-warming denying Mormon bishop win respectability for his dead-Jews-baptizing-polygamy-rooted-reality-denying-interplanetary Masonic lodge-embracing faith in an election against an exemplary modest faithful husband good father compassionate smart black evangelical Christian President whose major accomplishments include saving the economy, ending a war, killing our greatest enemy, giving health care to children and the poor and the "least of these" and who has tried to reduce the number of abortions by helping women escape poverty in a reenactment of the lesson of the parable of the Good Samaritan? Go figure. Frank Schaeffer is a writer and author of Crazy for God: How I Grew Up As One Of The Elect, Helped Found The Religious Right, And Lived To Take All (Or Almost All) Of It Back.

Asked By: bad girl - 11/4/2012
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All of the above has been fully explained away by an army of of right wing radio dummies and FOX 'News'. If you listen to these people you'll understand that the entire point of the exercise is to fully turn 'our' government over to the shiny shoe boys in the board rooms of a handful of trans national corporations... More
Answered By: Noah - 11/4/2012
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sorry to break the news but BO is not a christian prez first of all; ;he favours the muslim brotherhood over the Billy Graham team any day (& is well documented... More
Answered By: lion hearted leon - 11/4/2012
I am a white. I am a practicing Christian Roman Catholic who is pro-life. I am logical. I am very well read. I am compassionate to other's needs. I am also voting for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Going forward they are the best choice. Obama is not. 4 years is enough. You can rant all you want but Romney will be our next... More
Answered By: The Big Kahuna - 11/4/2012
Seems like you forgot that it was the WHITE population that elected the half-black idiot in the White House in 2008. You liberals love to play the race card don't you. And if you think that Obama is an evangelical Christian, I have some beachfront property in AZ to sell you.
Answered By: Obozosux - 11/4/2012
The only way to get elected is buy making promises and since most of them can't fulfill those promises they lose the job regardless of color. Not neccasarily meaning the other candidate can do any better.But when you throw out your own moral values to get elected then I would't want either one as is the case this year.
Answered By: garrytoo - 11/4/2012
just to start the lengthy list... More
Answered By: Rance - 11/4/2012
While your points are well taken... I'm just as sure as I can be... This is going to fall on death ears...Sense the Republican party, was taken over, by what we use to call, the Old Southern Democrats, & Dixiecrats, like Ronald Reagan... Even Bush Sr. saying it was voodoo economics, & the now,, far right propaganda... More
Answered By: Dan L Boun - 11/4/2012
The "hope" Obama promised became despair. the "change" he promised was for the worst. The promises to create jobs failed from lack of effort. He has proven himself incompetent in doing the job he campaigned to get and failed on all of his promises. He has given America the largest tax increase in history with Obama... More
Answered By: cristoiglesia - 11/4/2012
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