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Monday, November 30, 2020

The dilemma of the Christian voter in US elections.

Faced with an option of a Republican party that is anti abortion and anti gay, but also suppresses minorities and minority opinion, abuses power, works to destroy the middle class and harbours aristocratic tendencies.
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Faced with an option of a Republican party that is anti abortion and anti gay, but also suppresses minorities and minority opinion, abuses power, works to destroy the middle class and harbours aristocratic tendencies. And a Democratic party that is pro choice and pro gay, but supports minorities and minority opinion, are more disposed to respect the rule of law, favours a strong middle class and are more likely to propose humane policies; the Christian voter has a phyrric choice. The present presidential election is no different.

Should he/she vote for his/her faith encouraging bad governance in the process or should he/she vote with his/her reason thereby promoting albeit indirectly policies that are detrimental to his faith? I have thought about this for a while but the answers are illusive as they come. Does anyone here have answers?

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