Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Voting

This election has been the most stressful for me. As I study each canadite it scares me even more. Do I choose the lesser of two evils or do I follow my heart & not choose either. I think this picture puts it straight forward. They are all hiding something from us. They can not just be honest with us the American people. But I think the thing that bothers me the most is how they attack each other. How nice it would be to have them be mature Christlike adults that would be honest & focus on their ideas & goals for what they will do as President of this country. Instead they continually attack each other. Don't we teach our children to "Love One Another"? Then how is such a basic teaching thrown right out the door to 2 people who are supposed to be these great examples & trustworthy men. If we cannot look up to them in such basic principles then how can we trust them when it comes to major issues? Like the scriptures teach us, "......it is by the simple things great things come to pass." As far as I am concerned they aren't capable of even doing the simple things. Our country is doomed with these men. I urge you if you haven't voted, make it a matter of prayer. You don't have to vote for McCain or Obama. You have the right to write a name in. What ever you do though, VOTE!!!!!!!!!!

3 comments:

Tiffany said...

And don't wait until next Tuesday. Zeke went to vote last night and it is already a mad house. Plan to wait in line for a while.
The frustration I have felt over this all year is just multiplying exponetially this week. Yikes, what a red letter day we are faced with next week. I hope this election will not change our lives forever, but I fear that it will. I received an email yesterday about fasting on Sunday that the people of this nation can make good choices and elect leaders with integrity.

RaShawn said...

I'm having a hard time with this election also. I don't want to vote for either one. I hope America can get through the next four years no matter who they put in.

Angie said...

Amen. Unfortunately, it all comes down to money, and who can out spend the other. I don't think that there is such a thing as "brotherly love" when it comes to politicians. They're all far to interested in themselves, and hearing the sound of their own voices. They aren't really interested in doing what is right and good for the people of our great nation. We know the prophecies that the world is going to continue to get more and more wicked until the savior finally has to come. I don't see our government getting any better no matter what political party is in office. I guess all we can do is live righteously, and hope and pray for our leaders.