Fundamentalist Nirther Wingnuts: Book of Mormon and Jesus Both say you shouldn’t vote for Mitt
At Alan Keyes, “Renew America” site we find advice that if you are a true believer that you should not pull the lever for the lesser of two evils, but instead aid by installing more theocrats in congress, definitely what we do not need.
I don’t think so. Nor do others who understand who Mitt is and what he’s done. Voting for a cardboard cut-out who is almost all image and no substance — and whose actual deeds and deceit disqualify him from the support of God-fearing voters — is morally wrong, and brings his supporters under God’s condemnation, further estranging us as a nation from the source of our rights, freedoms, prosperity, and security.
Wait a minute! I just described Barack Obama, Mitt’s post-racial political twin (whose manipulative, bullying approach to campaigning, we might add, is also similar to Mitt’s own, an approach obviously borrowed by Mitt’s advisers from Obama’s 2008 playbook).
In the end, the unethical “practicality” voiced by Mitt’s supporters — like all pragmatism — comes down to imagination; it’s not real or true — just presumed, naively hoped for, or pridefully calculated.
Keep in mind, we have little control over the results of our vote, no matter who we vote for. Mitt’s foolish dependence on self-serving, godless socialists to guide him and his policies toward elitist-dominated tyranny in America (and beyond) will prove just as disastrous in the end as Obama’s deliberate dependence on self-serving godless socialists intent on taking our country down the path of global egalitarianism. The paths are much the same, as are the predictable outcomes.
** Warning : the following link is to a batshit insane fundamentalist site where they hate anyone who is not fundamentalist. **