Lest say I not happy with the choices. For the fist time since voting for Reagan in 1984 I will not vote for the Republican.
Every four years, the American evangelical church is infected with a malady called the Presidential elections. Last cycle there was a dominionist calling churches and pastor that does not preach politics from the pulpit cowards. The purpose of the church and the duty of the pastor on Sunday is the rightfully handling of the Word and sacraments, preaching law and gospel, sin and grace. This year the fallacies flow with how would Jesus vote. As in Jesus would vote for Trump. Well lest see what scripture would say What would Jesus dor.
An open letter:
I am not sure you will read this. I am the single Black diner at Forgo de Chao in Portland Oregon on 13 September 2016.. I do not know who you are but I want give you my most sincere thanks for paying for my meal and making my birthday.
Between the fascist Trump, and the populist conservative army decimating everything Reagan stood for and Hillary Clinton. There is only one alternative party I can register with.
Don’t say I am voting for the lesser of two evils. I am voting against two evils.
Last week I took some time to listen to Donald’s Trump 2016 acceptance speech. In contrast, I listed also listen to Ronald’s Reagan 1980 acceptance speech. The differences cannot be any more stark.
I see trump as a person who has one foot planted firmly in the soil of Authoritarianism and Populism and the other toe dipping in the cesspool of Fascism.