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Page 2 of Originally Posted by IM4THEHOUNDS There are Republican candidates that if nominated are strong pro-life, conservatives . . . we need to support them. M... 18 comments | 404 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM4THEHOUNDS
    There are Republican candidates that if nominated are strong pro-life, conservatives . . . we need to support them.
    Most likely, they cannot win. I support Fred Thompson but I doubt he can win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatz


    "Pot meet kettle. Kettle meet pot."

    I don't know whether to laugh or cry here.
    Try doing neither and, instead, tell us the wisdom of all of you fundamental Christians aiding and abetting the election of an individual who will surely destroy the delicate conservative (ie: pro-traditional values) balance present in many of our federal courts, including the SC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plato
    I believe the Lord will honor those who are true to their beliefs as well.

    So the person you vote for must be anti-abortion, anti death penalty, and anti war? Something to consider - would you never vote for God? He permitted the murder of his son because He loved us enough. He allowed the sea to crash on Pharo and his men - murder. He sent the flood - murder. You know what they say - never say never.

    We all have convictions - some stronger than others. With the options running for president... I stand by my position that we are simply choosing the lesser of the evils.
    Just for the record . . . I am not anti-death penalty nor am I anti-war. In my opinion these issues have nothing to do with the killing of unborn babies. I merely called it pro-murder because I do not like giving any kind of a positive connotation to such an act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM4THEHOUNDS
    Just for the record . . . I am not anti-death penalty nor am I anti-war. In my opinion these issues have nothing to do with the killing of unborn babies. I merely called it pro-murder because I do not like giving any kind of a positive connotation to such an act.
    Your last sentence is well stated and factual.

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