Considering the anti-Christian policies of Obama and the inevitable furtherance that will surely occur should there be a Madam President Clinton ... we must vote Trump!
10-6-16, Lloyd Marcus -- For the life of me, I do not understand Christians who say they cannot vote for Trump. Under Obama, leftists/progressives have made huge gains in their efforts to make Christianity illegal in America. Remember the old hymn, “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus”? Who could imagine a day would come in America when following Jesus would land you in jail? Criminalizing Christianity is happening and gaining momentum. Powerful Leftists have decreed that following Jesus in America today to be hate speech, resulting in Christians being punished, stereotyped, marginalized, intimidated, fired, and even jailed. Dr. David Jeremiah, The Increase of Intolerance is mammoth.
Hillary in our country's driver's seat will unquestionably enthusiastically press the anti-Christian gas-peddle down to the floor, splattering and making roadkill of our Constitutional promise of religious freedom. The anti-Christian American Left and Hillary are one and the same.
Republicans allowed Obama to be the most lawless president in U.S. History due to his race. Republicans will repeat their cowardly behavior with Hillary; fearful of media criticism for opposing the first woman president on any issue. [..snip]
For the spiritual defense of our kids alone, how can a Christian justify sitting out the election, writing in their favorite candidate or writing in Daffy Duck? How can a Christian allow the furtherance of our government mandating a turning away from God?
Brother and sister Christians, God calls us to be salt. Salt makes a difference. Be salt. Jump aboard the Trump Train.
Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American; Chairman:
The Conservative Campaign Committee; http://www.lloydmarcus.com/
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