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An Open Letter to my Black Evangelical Friends

RevG Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 5:02 PM
How many did not vote for Obama because he was black? How come this question is never asked out loud? How come if I a black man ask that question I am accused of being racist and yet it simply okay for others to accuse black people of all voting for Obama because he was black. Obama received at least 75 percent of the Latino vote, heck the America people chose Obama so will this be your next letter?
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:39 PM
It's not the issue. I despise his White side as well, not because of the racial mixture within him, I adoped a son with more American Black dna than Barry, who also had a white birth mother. My son joined our family when he was nine months old. We tried to adopt another baby like him and the Black Social workers objected to adopting out black babies to white families..they ignored my so is 50% white. so who were the racists? You have a very important responsibility as a Pastor, and you
have to preach the Cross and Him Crucified, that's the core of our faith. It doesn't matter the skin color or ethnicity, we answer to GOD and I don't want to stand before him explaining why I voted for someone who delights in torturing preborn babies
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:41 PM
to death regardless if color. I look on that as having their blood on my hands just as much as if I were the exectutioner who calls themself a doctor.
O'Pinyon Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 5:12 PM
Does that make it right?
Wouldn't it be wrong no matter who does it, Reverend?
RevG Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 5:22 PM
It just so happenened that the better candidate in 2008 and 2012 was biracial.

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...