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Jim Lincoln wrote: â- I have yet to see that Biden or Harris advocates forced abortion. the main point of the election is to get Trump voted out of office, as far as many of us are concerned, all else will take a back seat until that happens
So as long as someone isnât being forced to have an abortion, itâs ok with you that babies are killed. We already know that, Jim.
I will concede that there are good Democrats. Itâs just that 99% of them give the rest a bad name.
"Forget Trumpâs carnival. The election is all about Biden now"
Adrial, actually, I won't forget Trump's Behavior but the title of the article is true because of it.
I have yet to see that Biden or Harris advocates forced abortion. the main point of the election is to get Trump voted out of office, as far as many of us are concerned, all else will take a back seat until that happens
R. S. Rani wrote: .... White evangelical voters abandoned Carter in droves for the GOP, and that alliance has only solidified over time. (Black evangelicals, who have a long history of political engagement going back to the civil rights era, did not follow the same path; they overwhelmingly identify as Democrats, though donât always align with the party on social issues.) Three quarters of white evangelicals supported Donald Trump in 2016 and their support for him remains high. But his approval among this group has dipped in recent months.
Itâs not clear that this will translate into more votes for Democratsâdefectors could stay home or vote third partyâbut there are at least some signs of change. Forrester of Christian Democrats of America said that her organizationâs Facebook group has had âa lot of evangelical convertsâ join since the election. In the 2016 presidential election, 16 percent of white evangelicals voted for Hillary Clinton; in a recent survey, 17 percent said they would vote for Biden.
That could bode well for the small but growing number of religious candidates embracing the more liberal evangelical tradition embodied by Carter....
-- "Could These Evangelical Democrats Change the Party?"
Guilty of promoting the murder of the unborn child. Guilty of encouraging the abomination of Sodom and Gomorrah. Guilty of supporting corruption in the masses. Guilty of exploiting the minds of children in education. Guilty of subjecting the people to moral relativism and decline. Guilty of coercing degeneration in the society. and Perversion! and Depravity! and âŠ...
The Black Lives Matter bail fund that was promoted by Democrat Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris bailed out a man who is accused of raping an 8-year-old girl. The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which was promoted by Harris, secured the release of the alleged pedophile in July.-https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/black-lives-matter-bail-fund-promoted-kamala-harris-bailed-man-raped-8-year-old-girl/ As if that isn't nutty enough-https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/obvious-now-dr-fauci-insane-quack-doctor-says-anonymous-sex-ok-no-movies-year-vaccine/ The Dems condone BLM, a group that delves in occult practices-https://www.afa.net/the-stand/culture/2020/08/blm-movement-driven-by-occultic-practice/
Yes, Jim, we should all emulate Feeney and donate to terrorist organizations such as Sinn Fein and sodomite groups like the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network. Youâre a right sick puppy, Jiminy Clickit.
Steven Bartoni wrote: .... That's Feeneyâunderstated profile, oversize impact. No longer a secret, his extreme charity and big-bet grants have won over the most influential entrepreneurs and philanthropists. His stark generosity and gutsy investments influenced Bill Gates and Warren BuffettÂ when they launched theÂ Giving Pledge in 2010âan aggressive campaign to convince the worldâs wealthiest to give away at least half their fortunes before their deaths. âChuck was a cornerstone in terms of inspiration for the Giving Pledge,â says Warren Buffett. âHeâs a model for us all. Itâs going to take me 12 years after my death to get done what heâs doing within his lifetime.ââŻ....
excerpt from, "Exclusive: The Billionaire Who Wanted To Die Broke . . . Is Now Officially Broke"
There's not probably a Republican in the above group, unless Franklin Graham and others have taken the pledge. an interesting article from Forbes magazine âđđ°