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Kodiak5 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:14 PM
Are we all not responsible for the choices we make? Does God not allow a wicked nation to pave their own path to Hell? This wasn't a referendum on God's will; it was a referendum on the American people.
O'Pinyon Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:26 PM
Yes, we are responsible for our choices.
Yes, God may allow us to pave our own, and others', paths to destruction. (Societies don't go to hell.)
We need to stop and listen to what God is saying to us about the path we are on as a nation, and what we have chosen in this election may prove to be our very disturbing wake-up call.

Coming out of last night's defeat, it occurred to me that there are some important things that we don't know, and some important lessons that we now know. 

What We Don't Know

Was the President's appeal personal or political?

In some ways, Barack Obama presents the perfect political storm for non-Democrats.  He has particular appeal both to minority communities and to the affluent academic-elite-lefty components of the Democrat party. So was last night's heavy   Democrat turnout a new benchmark for Democratic turnout based on support for Democrat policy, or was it a particular testament to Obama's persona and...