Christian Support For Bush

Michael emailed:

In our country there is a concerted effort to remove God (I refer to the Jewish/Christian God) from public places. All the other gods are OK because they really don’t cause problems with conscience. This was not the original intent of the founding fathers. Separation of church and state was to keep government out of the church not the church out of the government.

If anyone checks the history of our country, they will find that our country was built on Christian principles — primarily the Bible. Our laws come from the Mosaic law given to Moses by God (i.e. the Ten Commandments). Many of our earlier presidents gave thanks to God and encouraged our people to not forget God’s blessings, especially during very difficult times (i.e. war). On the other hand, I believe that any religion should not be persecuted and that they have a right to worship the way they desire unless their religion causes harm to the public or they desire to kill others because they don’t adhere to their belief system. There are those Christians who are dogmatic about what they believe, but for the most part, Christians are law abiding and they don’t go out of their way to kill people or harass them because they reject Jesus Christ. If anything, they pray for people and feed them, and help provide for them as Jesus commanded.

Because President Bush is a Christian, I believe that he is the best candidate because he understands our enemy and he understands the [religious perspective on the] internal issues here in our country such as abortion, attacks on the traditional family, limiting free speech (i.e. hate crime law). For example, that hate crime law is a big one because the Bible teaches that homosexuality is a sin. If Christians read or preach on this, there is the possibility that they can be persecuted just because they agree with God and preach that this lifestyle is contrary to the norm (which even the birds know it is).

So, there is no doubt in my mind that we have another terrible war going on inside our country. Those who want morality in this country and those who want to do whatever feels good whether it hurts others or not. I feel that Senator Kerry has no true understanding or wisdom concerning these issues. He only wants to make people happy and get their votes, not do what is best for our way of life — the normal and good, prosperous way of life. President Bush will do what he believes is right regardless of the polls, therefore I know he is the man that will lead this country through difficult times and not be blown around by the winds of change. Our country does not need to go further down the wrong road as the Greeks and the Romans did.

From The Rebirth of America, published by the Arthur S. DeMoss Foundation:

“A nation which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do. We are trying to do a futile thing if we do not know where we came from or what we have been about.” — Woodrow Wilson

Andrew Tobias, author of The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need and Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee, wrote on his website:

It’s terrific that Bush names Jesus as his favorite philosopher. Jesus was an amazing teacher. But what exactly did President Bush learn from Jesus? Would Jesus have shifted trillions of dollars of resources from the meek to the most powerful? Would he have abrogated so many of our treaties? Gone about Iraq in the same way?

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