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3 Responses to If You’re An Evangelical Who Doesn’t Like Mormons, You Should Still Be Outraged At This

  1. RC says:

    There is already enough hate and venom in our society and nation right now, we don’t need to add gasoline to the fire – especially if we are the ones holding the gasoline. You will get burned – count on it. The apostle Paul said it best in 2 Timothy 3:1-7 when he said that in the Last Days “men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers….unthankful, unholy….trucebreakers, false accusers, fierce, despisers of those that are good. Traitors, heady, highminded…….”.

    We need all of the unity we can muster from all walks of life to SAVE our nation from total ruin and collapse. Please, don’t be a “whited sepulchre”! (Matthew 23:27)

    • Brandon from NJ says:

      RC, from my angle, even as someone who isn’t of your faith, it’s all a question of diverting from what really is the issue. The real issue is the fact that the president isn’t doing as much as he should in terms of contesting expensive legislation, or vetoing it until something cheaper comes his way. Romney well, he was Mr. Veto as governor, but that was his trademark, unless you excercise an important responsibility as governor, or president, and veto, you’ve got no control or responsibility on the economy, which is why it’s important to do so. But that’s the whole issue I have with the media, where is their moral standard, to date, I have seen just about none of their own, but plenty of simply just sitting on the sidelines and lecturing. Let’s think of it this way RC, if you were playing say baseball, and you knew me as just someone shouting and lecturing from the sidelines, but not actually ever getting into the game as either your team, or your opponent, how would you feel? That’s pretty much how I feel, much of the media slants have come to have been viewed by me as some sort of ivory tower, that seems to ask for some ideal kind of person that doesn’t exist. Frankly, for that reason, I have had very little to do with them. Yeah, there’s plenty I don’t agree with regarding your faith, or Romney’s but the pluses which I do have to say about Romney, is the fact that he’s not someone dragging his religious knuckles around, instead, he is someone who says things in a general manner, that for the most part, sound pretty inclusive to others, myself included.

      Second, is it just me, or is it annoying how the media uses sound bites to try and define something. I mean seriously, it’s almost as if Michael Moore asked for his style of “sound-bite definition” to be emulated everywhere. Anyways, I would rather prefer voting for a so-called “wierd guy” like Romney than someone who campaigns on debt, or seems to dump is wife for not resembling a Barbie.

      FWIW, at least Romney’s flaws are MILD compared to plenty of other politicians out there.

  2. Paulyman says:

    How can an evangelical even think of voting for a Mormon? It is antiethical to vote for a cult member who is barely a conservative. The Mormons believe in crazy things, and if you support him you condone what he believes.

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