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As you know, Gov. Romney wants Roe v. Wade overturned.  He has said:

I would love the Supreme Court to say, “Let’s send this back to the states.” Rather than having a federal mandate through Roe v. Wade, let the states again consider this issue state by state.

But sadly, many young evangelicals don’t think abortion should be the determinative factor in the 2012.  David discusses the primacy of the abortion issue in a letter to young evangelical voters.


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3 Responses to Romney Wants to Overturn Roe v. Wade – Some Young Evangelicals Yawn

  1. T.l.maloney says:

    As a Christian..which many of you say you are.. I am wondering if you like many others who claim to be Christian if you are planning to vote for Romney..?
    Consider the following.
    The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.[112] New introductions, chapter summaries, and footnotes. 1920 edition errors corrected based on Original Manuscript and 1840 edition.[113] from wikipedia.
    Now.. Romney is a Mormon and what does it say in
    Galatians 1:8-9
    After you read that scripture.. tell me how anyone, as a Christian could justify voting for Romney ??

  2. Terri says:

    His religion has nothing to do with him becoming president or fulfilling the duties of the presidency. I find your opinions offensive & prejudiced. My mother became a Mormon after a Methodist church asked her to step down for awhile from being a Sunday School teacher after my dad died. My mom was talking about after death experiences & coming back to life again. She was grieving. And she was mad & insulted & changed religions. If you think I’m voting for the incompetent Obama, forget it. The economy is worse than it’s been in a long, long time! My husband has been unemployed for four years! I cannot find a full-time job with a Master’s Degree. I have no idea how we’ll ever pay back my loans! We are worse off than we ever were! My husband has almost used up his retirement.
    And yes, I consider myself a Christian.

  3. dimerc says:

    i am a christian also..but i still will not vote for romney..if your hubby has been unemployed for 4 yrs, he lost his job under bush..as did i!!..i have found a job, not at the pay i was making 4 yrsa go..but, i had to start somewhere…i do think alot of people have big ideas about jobs today…companies are being very selective, and that is their right…ps..ive been at my present job for 8 mos…got a raise after 6 mos..my family is making it..we had to cut spending…we don’t eat out like we used to…our cars are older…but still in good shape…AND may i say?..if you found the first comment offensive..its his/her opinion..you can just leave this page!!!

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