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FRONT PAGE  |  5/17/2022
SATURDAY, NOV 11, 2006  |  15 comments
Poll: More evangelicals sour toward Republicans
DALLAS (Reuters) - U.S. evangelicals have lost some of their enthusiasm for the Republican Party, a factor contributing to the party's drubbing in Tuesday's congressional elections, a new survey found.

In a Beliefnet poll of 771 evangelical Christians from Tuesday to Thursday, 30 percent said they voted for fewer Republicans than in previous elections. Evangelicals have been a core base of Republican support.

About 15 percent of respondents said they voted for more Republican candidates, while 55 percent said they voted for the same number of Republicans as before. ...

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News Item3/18/07 11:02 AM
LE-Vee | USA  Find all comments by LE-Vee
Jim Spannagel,

Could that have been East End Baptist Church?

Pastor Don Marsh was also the TV Pastor way back.

My parents were saved and married in that church and that's where I was dedicated as well.

My parents used to tell me that Uncle Don always said, "Don't sent your children to Church - TAKE THEM"


News Item11/24/06 5:44 PM
Chris M | Australia  Find all comments by Chris M
Winston Smith, are you the fornicator from 1984?

News Item11/24/06 8:49 AM
Winston Smith | Oceania  Find all comments by Winston Smith
9/11 was.....
I don't think I've ever read such ludicrous insanity as that which you keep posting.

History clearly teaches us exactly how far God will allow mankind to go.

Thus your parade of falacious verbal diarrhea confirms who your master is - Satan.!

If your posts were'nt such a sad reflection of your mind-set they might be humorous. But they are so far fetched that normal people can see you have a very real problem. If as you say you retrieve this junk from others(Marrs etc...) then do yourself a big favor and stop searing your braincells.


News Item11/24/06 8:26 AM
9/11 Was An Inside Job | George Orwell's 1984 Come True  Find all comments by 9/11 Was An Inside Job
"The Democrats, now in power, will soon enough display their reality. They have learned that to run for office as a liberal will cost them the election. So they now appeal to values voters to get elected. I am confident you won't be praising them for too long. I'd like to be wrong on this, btw."

The Democrats are as bad as the Republicans, just not as hypocritical.

Barney Frank runs a pedophile bordello out of his Maryland townhouse, and nobody stops him. Homosexualty is rampant in the Democrat ranks, but they are blatant in their support. In contrast, Republicans talk one way and do the opposite, appoint homosexual activist SC judges and manage to get "Christian" support by claiming they are prolife.

The best thing about electing the Dems is that there will some measure of gridlock to slow down Bush's war machine and NWO. But the Dems are even more in favor of open borders that Bush wants, so the Dems will work in Bush's favor on that.

The Dems are replete with Lesbians, sodomites and pedophiles, same as the Republicans. They all are subject to blackmail and control, but the Dems less so because their constituents don't care as much about homosexuality.

Our country is in deep trouble, great danger, and the concentration camps will hold Democrats as well as Republicans.


News Item11/14/06 9:16 PM
anonymous  Find all comments by anonymous
Winston Smith--

good points (as for me though I chose to vote--especially because I live i Missouri, a contested state).

I was on this site two years ago talking about how Bush was a fraud and how he was a drunken frat idiot who was pro-CHOICE until he ran for national gov't. etc. and people just lambasted me for it. I talked about how I didn't trust him for the judiciary because he put up FOUR radical left-wing abortionist justices to the Texas supreme court when he was governor, how he has lied bold-faced about his bible readings (and has been caught doing so, ) as well as his drunkenness which has on tape SINCE the time he swears he put down the bottle. I talked about his fixation with Natan Sharansky's defunked political theory (I saw him say on TV he gets his Mid-East policy FROM Natan Sharansky), etc. but I just got ripped on. Now you're all going to see how Bush will sell out to the liberals because his main thing is a legacy for BUSH---NOT what's good for us or what's conservative. He's the fake I've always been saying he is and now you all know (finally).


News Item11/13/06 5:23 PM
Winston Smith | USA  Contact via emailFind all comments by Winston Smith
I for one didn't even bother voting this time. First time in years that I didn't vote. I just don't care. Let me explain why.

The republicans are using the Christians in America. They are not truely conservative, and this Bush administration is a perfect example. After all the time in office with republican control, nothing has changed. Abortion is the same, Gay rights is steaming forward, and Bush gives us doublespeak.

Instead of securing our borders and fighting for conservative causes he has pushed forward the neo-con globalist agenda. WAKE UP Christian republicans, he is not a Christian, he is a globalist and an elitest.

As for voting for Republicans, why bother. Once in office they tow the party line and cater to the fat cats of the new world order.


News Item11/12/06 6:01 PM
Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
Hi....Thanks. I do agree...and it should be this way with any political party. I've got some time to watch, listen and study....and then decide when the next elections come.

News Item11/12/06 5:54 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Faithful Remnant,

The Democrats, now in power, will soon enough display their reality. They have learned that to run for office as a liberal will cost them the election. So they now appeal to values voters to get elected. I am confident you won't be praising them for too long. I'd like to be wrong on this, btw.


News Item11/12/06 5:38 PM
Old School Presbyterian  Find all comments by Old School Presbyterian
I forget his name, but there is a Christian man who just ran on the Democratic ticket in Alabama, but he made it very clear that he was a State's Rights Democrat and not in agreement with what the party has degenerated into. The Democratic party, unlike the Republican party, actually had noble beginnings. Late nineteenth/early twentieth century Democrats opposed the big government, political elitist philosophy of the early Republican party. Hence, the Democratic party got its reputation for being for 'the people' and 'the little guy'. Those terms degenerated into a socialist connotation, and now both parties are Marxist. The Democratic party is neo-Bolshevik and the Republican party is neo-Trotskyite.

News Item11/12/06 5:32 PM
Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
There are actually quite a few pro-life Democrats in high ranking offices such as senators, representatives, and even governors, so I have no problem supporting such Democrats and am basically of the same convictions as them in faith, morals, and socio-economic issues. I hope to see more of them working in political office and will definitely help them achieve such positions with my vote. Since I don't trust Republicans and disagree with them much, I prefer to vote primarily for Democrats, but also Independents and Constitutionalists. I'm also quite supportive of the Constitution party, but should study more about this party, thus possibly lending greater support to its candidates in the future.

News Item11/12/06 4:06 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
JB, I would suggest that you listen to,

and/or read,

I just wonder how pro-Israel Mr. Reid is, Tim, which is even more important than the abortion issue, as far as many Christians are concerned.


News Item11/12/06 3:23 PM
Tim | US  Find all comments by Tim
Soon to be Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is a Pro-Life Democrat although I don't agree with the tenets of the Morman Religion I do support Mr Reids stance on Abortion.

News Item11/12/06 9:46 AM
JD  Find all comments by JD
How can true Christians, who are informed, vote for a party whose national platform is totally and completely anti- God and anti-Biblical morality.

My view is that they can't and the fact that they are willing to ignore what the Democrats really stand for and support them by electing them as their representatives is a sure exposure as to how shallow their committment to christianity is.

(This is my opinion, but I am in good company)

1Co 6:9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,
Ga 5:21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.

This is a description of the planks in the democrats political platform.

The republican party is still the home of conservatism, though there are many renegades and the platform is not devoted to Satanic principles! (Yet)


News Item11/12/06 6:44 AM
Sycamore  Find all comments by Sycamore
"Over 52 percent still felt Bush was a better Christian than former Democratic President Bill Clinton, while 13 percent felt the reverse was true. About a third rated them evenly.

Among Christian leaders, evangelist Billy Graham -- a household name in America who has long distanced himself from overt political activity -- was viewed favorably by 86 percent of the evangelicals polled by Beliefnet.

The Rev. Jerry Falwell, a prominent conservative Christian, was viewed in a favorable light by only 17 percent."" Unquote.

Isn't it amazing what some people think believe and accept.?


News Item11/11/06 7:16 PM
Jim spannagel | New Hampton, NY  Find all comments by Jim spannagel
I was saved in a little Baptist Chruch in Brooklyn, NY. The Pastor Don Marsh always repeated himself with "Don't
look to me, I am only a man"
When we look to men we will always be "Sour"
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