Tag Archive | Campaign

Secession, Really?

Secession, Really?

All this talk about secession is about the most ridiculous thing that I’ve seen happen in our country for some time!  At this writing, the count is up to 49 states who have filed petitions to peacefully secede from the United States.  What is even more amazing is that these petitions are making the news. […]

Originally posted on Juicy Ecumenism – The Institute on Religion & Democracy's Blog:
Photo: David Y. Lee for The New York Times John Yates, rector of the Falls Church (Anglican) in Falls Church, Virginia shared some thoughts on the election in his parish weekly bulletin this past Sunday: If you want to be in…

What about the third-party candidates?

What about the third-party candidates?

I’ve heard a lot of talk, especially today-being election day, about having to vote “for the lesser of two evils” or determining to be heard by voting for a third-party candidate. For one thing, I don’t  think that labeling anyone as an “evil” is appropriate talk for Christians, but I understand what they are saying […]

Is murder OK as long as my taxes are lower?

Is murder OK as long as my taxes are lower?

I’m really surprised by some of the posts that I read, especially as we get closer to the elections.  My biggest surprise is from those who are Christians who say that they are voting for President Obama (or any other Democratic candidate). My surprise is not because I think that President Obama (or any other Democratic) is a bad person. It’s not […]

If I was elected as a representative . . .

by Daryl Densford on Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 8:13am · Obama ran an un-believable campaign. His use of technology to get out the vote is unsurpassed in American history and I think that is a trend of the future. If I was ever to be elected a representative (who knows?), I would use this technology even […]