Monday, June 9, 2008

Let's Put Things In Perspective

Everyone needs to realize some truths that might get lost in the November elections. Here they are. You are not a card-carrying member of the "he-man woman haters club" if you didn't support Hillary Clinton. You are not a racist if you don't plan on voting for Obama. You cannot be considered less than a patriot if you don't vote for McCain.

Let's keep things in perspective. We should support and vote for candidates because of their character, voting record, and what we believe they will do for our country and those they will represent. You and I must vote our conscience and values.

I support the candidates I support not because of their gender, race or veterans status. I support them because I believe they support the values I believe have made our country great. I support them because I know I will have a clear conscience before God when I vote for them. I support them because their character and actions have earned my support and not my suspicion.

Let's leave the group-think to the lemmings. Vote your conscience, vote your values and support the candidate that has earned your vote.


Andrew T. Biddinger said...

Yes!!! Your not a racist if you don't vote Barak Obama. Vote for who you believe in, who you can trust and who has moral and conservative values.

I also really loved the post, "Making a difference."
You are making a difference. Even if it is just one starfish.
May God Bless you Rocky!!!
Oh, do you mind if I add your blog to my link list?

Anonymous said...

Your not a racist if you don't vote for Barack Obama. As a conservative I don't feel comfortable supporting McCain. So I put a petition on my blog to get Huckabee to launch a nonpartisan campaign.