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I have many friends who are Ron Paul supporters, those who consider themselves hardcore Conservatives and a few that once considered themselves Liberal types but who see that Obama is shredding the Constitution. To be fair, he isn’t the only one that has taken shots at the Constitution, President Bush also had his fair share of Constitutional failures and Presidents before his time are also guilty.

Just as Conservatives have a small percentage of racists and Liberals have fanatics that dress like vaginas or protestors that act out violently to make their parties look bad as a whole, the Ron Paul crowd is also a mixed bag.

You have the supporters who are hardcore Constitutionalists and support Paul’s lifelong beating of the drum, you have the Alex Jones-type Ron Paul supporters and bandwagon protestors who took part in the Occupy Wall Street movement that brought out some of the absolute worst people and worst IN some people. People having sex in public, defecating on police cars, handling rape cases “internally” at the protests and a complete lack of not only protestor demand/direction but also hygiene. Then you have the smaller percentage of Ron Paul supporters that I have run into that want him based on their faith and how they feel God is pushing them to vote for him because of his morals. I am surprised that this is the group I find myself most frustrated with as a faithful person myself.

Let me clear up the whole Occupy movement broad generalization, I admit that I have talked to a few that actually knew what they were talking about and what they wanted out of those protests, good people that felt they were at the end of their ropes…those people are few and far between as far as I encountered though.

The other Occupy fanatics I might as well lump in with Obama-maniacs, a blind allegiance to a totem figure that they put their faith and trust in more than God, or if they don’t believe God, even more than themselves. Liberals who actually know and hold Liberal policy views are hard to be upset with, while I may not agree at all with them, they are entitled to their opinion and are at least educated on what they believe in and can defend themselves. The blind followers of Paul or Obama become defensive, aggressive and confrontational when you begin to question them on their stances or present them with facts that support the counter-argument.

I will be very honest with you, the specific case of Paul supporter that has me frustrated for weeks now is a family friend that goes to our church. The question posed by this person on facebook was in regards to who to vote for because they hear that voting third party is useless and those votes only take away from the other candidates that will actually have a chance at winning.

Debating on the issue was fruitless since the question posed was already answered in their head and they seemingly just wanted to defend their position to justify their decision to write-in Ron Paul. I made counter arguments and was met by scripture from the Bible, which only frustrated me more because it felt like a pissing contest on who was a better Christian, as though my claims wouldn’t be supported by God. The claim was that they need to vote for someone who holds Christian principles and if that means another candidate wins, then so be it and God had that in the plans for us.

So I have sat, worked, eaten and stewed with this very conversation in the back of my mind, letting it bother me when I knew it shouldn’t. I even started writing this post about two weeks ago and couldn’t get past the first paragraph because of my frustration.

So I present to you the questions that need to be considered on this fast-approaching election season:

  1. Is this Obama administration’s policies good for this country? Can we afford 4 more years, allowing a free pass to someone who doesn’t have to worry about re-election to pursue the most socialist agenda to ever fall on American soil?
  2. Does Ron Paul have a chance to win this election as it stands? Had Ron Paul had enough support from the majority of republicans in America, he would have been nominated at the RNC as the Republican Nominee, forget delegates speaking for the whole, think about the American people and what they would actually want.

If you answered “No” to these questions, you are not alone. Yet, the question still remains about voting for someone who embodies the morals and principles of Christ, to send a clear message to D.C.

Here is my suggestion and response, no man on Earth is perfect, we are all sinners and I hate to break the news to everyone but Ron Paul is not the only potential candidate to hold a majority of those morals and principles. Here is what I propose, I know a “write-in” that not only meets all of Christ’s morals and principles but that would also send a clear message to Washington without the Paul-mania twisted-in reasoning….write in “Jesus Christ”.

There, I said it. Put your vote where your scriptures are leading you and instead of trying to concoct jibber-jabber reasoning to vote for Ron Paul because of a sourness that you are feeling from a system that you feel is unfair, take the time to write in someone who actually embodies, 100%, what you want in a candidate.

In regards to God’s plan, I am not foolish enough to guess upon the works of God but I will say this, there are many possibilities that I see in this election on His hand at work. While a Paul supporter would say that He would have them vote for Paul to send a message, I would say that God had His hand in the primaries and picked the candidate that he wanted to proceed. By my reasoning, voting against that outcome and coming up with an alternative reasoning, really doesn’t make much sense.

People who aren’t Christians that are reading this will point to this being a pitfall of Christianity, I am sure, but every religion has its struggles and in the end we stand together for God.

As the title of this post says, “It’s about doing what’s best for the Country”. Romney wasn’t my first pick either but we are at a crossroads here for America. I write this on a 9/11 anniversary, a day that changed America so drastically that the wave of changes every year has moved this country away from what it was at such a fast pace within 11 years that we hardly recognize our homeland anymore. Romney or Obama are going to win, I hate voting for the lesser of two evils as much as the next person but sometimes we have to make hard choices we don’t like. I have personally come around to Romney and feel very comfortable in my vote, especially since the addition of Ryan to the ticket. Do what you think is best for America, vote for Romney OR if your principles align with Obama, vote for him but for the love of God don’t throw your vote behind Ron Paul out of bitterness.Rich Text AreaToolbarBold (Ctrl / Alt + Shift + B)Italic (Ctrl / Alt + Shift + I)Strikethrough (Alt + Shift + D)Unordered list (Alt + Shift + U)Ordered list (Alt + Shift + O)Blockquote (Alt + Shift + Q)Align Left (Alt + Shift + L)Align Center (Alt + Shift + C)Align Right (Alt + Shift + R)Insert/edit link (Alt + Shift + A)Unlink (Alt + Shift + S)Insert More Tag (Alt + Shift + T)Toggle spellchecker (Alt + Shift + N)?
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Ron Paul
I have many friends who are Ron Paul supporters, those who consider themselves hardcore Conservatives and a few that once considered themselves Liberal types but who see that Obama is shredding the Constitution. To be fair, he isn’t the only one that has taken shots at the Constitution, President Bush also had his fair share of Constitutional failures and Presidents before his time are also guilty.
Just as Conservatives have a small percentage of racists and Liberals have fanatics that dress like vaginas or protestors that act out violently to make their parties look bad as a whole, the Ron Paul crowd is also a mixed bag.
You have the supporters who are hardcore Constitutionalists and support Paul’s lifelong beating of the drum, you have the Alex Jones-type Ron Paul supporters and bandwagon protestors who took part in the Occupy Wall Street movement that brought out some of the absolute worst people and worst IN some people. People having sex in public, defecating on police cars, handling rape cases “internally” at the protests and a complete lack of not only protestor demand/direction but also hygiene. Then you have the smaller percentage of Ron Paul supporters that I have run into that want him based on their faith and how they feel God is pushing them to vote for him because of his morals. I am surprised that this is the group I find myself most frustrated with as a faithful person myself.
Let me clear up the whole Occupy movement broad generalization, I admit that I have talked to a few that actually knew what they were talking about and what they wanted out of those protests, good people that felt they were at the end of their ropes…those people are few and far between as far as I encountered though.
The other Occupy fanatics I might as well lump in with Obama-maniacs, a blind allegiance to a totem figure that they put their faith and trust in more than God, or if they don’t believe God, even more than themselves. Liberals who actually know and hold Liberal policy views are hard to be upset with, while I may not agree at all with them, they are entitled to their opinion and are at least educated on what they believe in and can defend themselves. The blind followers of Paul or Obama become defensive, aggressive and confrontational when you begin to question them on their stances or present them with facts that support the counter-argument.
I will be very honest with you, the specific case of Paul supporter that has me frustrated for weeks now is a family friend that goes to our church. The question posed by this person on facebook was in regards to who to vote for because they hear that voting third party is useless and those votes only take away from the other candidates that will actually have a chance at winning.
Debating on the issue was fruitless since the question posed was already answered in their head and they seemingly just wanted to defend their position to justify their decision to write-in Ron Paul. I made counter arguments and was met by scripture from the Bible, which only frustrated me more because it felt like a pissing contest on who was a better Christian, as though my claims wouldn’t be supported by God. The claim was that they need to vote for someone who holds Christian principles and if that means another candidate wins, then so be it and God had that in the plans for us.
So I have sat, worked, eaten and stewed with this very conversation in the back of my mind, letting it bother me when I knew it shouldn’t. I even started writing this post about two weeks ago and couldn’t get past the first paragraph because of my frustration.
So I present to you the questions that need to be considered on this fast-approaching election season:
Is this Obama administration’s policies good for this country? Can we afford 4 more years, allowing a free pass to someone who doesn’t have to worry about re-election to pursue the most socialist agenda to ever fall on American soil?
Does Ron Paul have a chance to win this election as it stands? Had Ron Paul had enough support from the majority of republicans in America, he would have been nominated at the RNC as the Republican Nominee, forget delegates speaking for the whole, think about the American people and what they would actually want.
If you answered “No” to these questions, you are not alone. Yet, the question still remains about voting for someone who embodies the morals and principles of Christ, to send a clear message to D.C.
Here is my suggestion and response, no man on Earth is perfect, we are all sinners and I hate to break the news to everyone but Ron Paul is not the only potential candidate to hold a majority of those morals and principles. Here is what I propose, I know a “write-in” that not only meets all of Christ’s morals and principles but that would also send a clear message to Washington without the Paul-mania twisted-in reasoning….write in “Jesus Christ”.
There, I said it. Put your vote where your scriptures are leading you and instead of trying to concoct jibber-jabber reasoning to vote for Ron Paul because of a sourness that you are feeling from a system that you feel is unfair, take the time to write in someone who actually embodies, 100%, what you want in a candidate.
In regards to God’s plan, I am not foolish enough to guess upon the works of God but I will say this, there are many possibilities that I see in this election on His hand at work. While a Paul supporter would say that He would have them vote for Paul to send a message, I would say that God had His hand in the primaries and picked the candidate that he wanted to proceed. By my reasoning, voting against that outcome and coming up with an alternative reasoning, really doesn’t make much sense.
People who aren’t Christians that are reading this will point to this being a pitfall of Christianity, I am sure, but every religion has its struggles and in the end we stand together for God.
As the title of this post says, “It’s about doing what’s best for the Country”. Romney wasn’t my first pick either but we are at a crossroads here for America. I write this on a 9/11 anniversary, a day that changed America so drastically that the wave of changes every year has moved this country away from what it was at such a fast pace within 11 years that we hardly recognize our homeland anymore. Romney or Obama are going to win, I hate voting for the lesser of two evils as much as the next person but sometimes we have to make hard choices we don’t like. I have personally come around to Romney and feel very comfortable in my vote, especially since the addition of Ryan to the ticket. Do what you think is best for America, vote for Romney OR if your principles align with Obama, vote for him but for the love of God don’t throw your vote behind Ron Paul out of bitterness.
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