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An Open Letter to my Black Evangelical Friends

June56 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 7:21 PM
Didn't take a rocket scientist to tell us it would be the evangelicals and so called Christians that would put obama on track for a second term. I can only say congratulations to all of you who thumb your nose at Governor Romney because he is a Mormon. You would do very well to take a look at him, his family and friends if you want to see a role model for Christian living. I shudder to think what we are facing in the years to come AND please after putting him in office don't turn around and ask God to bless America!
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:53 PM
God is chastising America. I believe He allowed him to infest our government to wake us up. I guess we are too fat and happy in some areas to believe that. God is the same yesterday, today and forever and He never changes. We are no different than Israel who turned away from HIM, forgetting their past and joining up with pagan worshippers of Moloch, Chemosh, Baal. They would take their babies and place them as human sacrifices on the red hot hands of this idol, have orgies at it's feet as the babies screamed as they died, their screams were muffled by loud drumming. Our babies are sacrificed to the demon of convenience, however their screams are silent within the mother's body as they are ripped apart. I saw the body of a little boy
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:56 PM
who was about full term or near it. His right arm was torn off at the shoulder and pictured being held by one of the ghouls show tortured him to death, his head was torn off and faced his little body. I am a battle scarred prolifer, mother of five birth children and one adopted and I have seen pictures almost as bad as this one, yet I cried for a long time over that little one. To think that Americans voted for the Torturer in Chief was too much, many of them
so called Believers in the Creator of Life.

I am not writing this letter to accuse but rather to advance understanding. And even though I am white, I am not writing as an outsider but as a fellow evangelical, part of the same spiritual family. May I pose some candid questions?

Are you guilty, on any level, of blind allegiance to the Democratic party? And, on Election Day, did any of you compromise your convictions out of racial solidarity?

I have been very open in my criticism of white evangelicals, pointing out how we often put our trust in the Republican party and how we look to the latest...