October 17, 2012

If you think it is OK as a Christian to vote for "pro life with exceptions" (UPDATED: NEW ROMNEY ABORTION AD)

Think again:

Abortion and the Conscience of a Nation
In these United States, we are a government by the consent of the governed. The state has no power the people are not willing to submit to or permit. Therefore, what you’re really doing is choosing which of two arsonists to hand the matches to. One arsonist may burn down a building with fewer people, but you are consenting to allow him to burn down the building nonetheless.

Imagine choosing between two Nazis. One will kill 1,000 Jews, and the other will 10. Are you a hero for choosing the one killed 10 Jews? Not according to the Nuremberg trials after World War II. As depicted in the award-winning holocaust film Judgment at Nuremberg, judges who tried to make the case they were heroes by sending fewer Jews to the gas chambers and concentration camps were hung to death right alongside the worst of executioners.

I agree we should do as much as we can to save as many as we can whenever we can, like in another award-winning holocaust film Schindler’s List. But before settling for the best we can do, we should try to do all we can do first. That’s not what we’re doing. We’re surrendering to the child killing industry and the ruling class up front, and then patting ourselves on the back for our own sellout.
Thus the killing continues.
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Very convicting.


The new Romney ad targeting swing states should show you exactly what kind of a twisted man you'd be voting for, out of sheer pragmatism. And the sad thing is, you don't even get the pragmatic results you are aiming at.