Monday, February 11, 2008

God Isn't Voting for Either


Former President Bill Clinton told African-American church congregations Sunday that he understands the desire to elect the nation's first black president but he urged them to consider his wife's candidacy.

"All my life I have wanted to vote for a woman for president," Clinton told 800 parishioners at the Temple of Praise congregation in Washington.

"All my life I have wanted to vote for an African-American for president. ... I wonder why God gave us this dilemma."

God, he is so full of crap.

Why did Bill Clinton frame his remarks pandering in the context of God's will? I don't hear Bill speaking of God much. Oh...right...he was standing in a church.

If he was speaking at University of Phoenix stadium he would have said "I wonder why Eli Manning gave us this dilemma."

...at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: "...why Steve Jobs gave us this Dilemma."

Whatever works Bill.

Has Bill really considered God's will as he has lived his life? Does he believe that God gave us either candidate?

Speaking of choice, fundamentally speaking, would God endorse a candidate that labels the termination of an embryonic human life a choice? Not to be tangential, but it's fair game when a political candidate invokes His name in a transparent political speech.

So why do people like Hillary and Obama "care" so much for downtrodden, disenfranchised and defenseless people such as minorities and immigrants but not the unborn?

Because the former can vote.

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