by Joe Story
Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust
Enough has been said and written about the moral shortcomings of both presidential candidates during this insane election cycle. Based on character alone neither is qualified for the Christian vote. So should Christians stay home? Or accomplish the effectual equivalent by voting third party? Well, that’s definitely what Democrats would like to see. Imagine, after eight years of President Barack Hussein Obama, after twenty trillion dollars in fiscal operating debt, an all-out assault on religious liberty, the fundamental redefinition of marriage by judicial fiat, after being now at the point where we are one activist lawyer on the Supreme Court away from abortion on demand through all nine months of pregnancy in every state and the barbaric practice of partial birth abortion foisted on the entire union from the DC bench, that a second Saul Alinsky Democrat in a row could actually get elected to the highest office of America while a less than adequate percentage of the nation's 80 million Christians do anything in the ballot box to stop it.
Look, I get it. We didn’t get our guy (or gal) through the primary. But let’s be a hundred percent accurate, if even a quarter of the moral and spiritual heavyweights in the churches now constantly blasting social media with promises that they’re not tarnishing their witness to support Trump would have spent even a sliver of the effort to actually stick their neck out there in support of Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio during primary season, the current climate would be much different. If we had Ted or Marco, there would be no moral issue with voting for the Republican candidate to complain about, so the vast majority of the blame rests on the shoulders of the Christian who sat on their hands during the primary and now saddles up their high horse. It’s quite pathetic, actually. If America is forever fundamentally transformed by a Hillary presidency, we (the American churches) will have been hoisted on our own petard (see: the German churches during the Holocaust).
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