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We Already Have a Viable Third Party

David1763 Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 8:52 AM
Unfortunately, socialism has made great headway into Judaism. Their fundamental teaching of helping the poor has been distorted so that government must help the poor, not the individual. This has taken away the individual judgement of how to help the poor, and we are left with programs that only help the poor survive only if they stay poor. The Christian teaching, which is very close to Judaism, does differ in one important way: salvation is an individual thing not a group thing. Each individual must change their life to reach out to God. The Old Testament was about the "People". The New Testament is about individuals. The Jews, with some exceptions, vote liberal as they see salvation for the poor as throwing money at the group.
David1763 Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 8:58 AM
Motivated Christians see salvation for the poor as teaching, encouraging, and even pushing the poor out of their complacency into an individually responsible life where ever possible. There are some who will always need help such as Trig Palin. But that help comes from family, friends and church: not from putting Trig into a government run institution. The liberal Jews need to reexamine the results of their form of "charity" and see the harm they are doing. The poor are becoming the slaves of the Egyptians, held by the bonds of welfare and unwilling to face the hardships of the desert. "In Egypt did we not have food?" Life is not meant to be easy, it is meant to be worthwhile.
According to the latest polls, only one percent of voters will cast their ballot for a third party candidate, which means that all the talk of a protest vote against the two main parties will amount to little or nothing. Yet there is already a viable third party in America. It simply needs to awaken to its calling.

Dr. Martin Luther King spoke of this “third party” as well – although not in those terms – saying that it “must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of...