Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.

The Evangelical Christian and the GOP

June 9th, 2015 Viewed 1614 times

vote-header.jpgIn Gina Loudon’s recent article, 3 simple steps to a conservative in the White House, the author lists items that I have been considering for a while:

The elections in 2016 can be won by the right using three simple tactics:

1) The Christian vote: Only 50 percent of those who warm the church pews actually even vote in the general elections. The numbers for women who attend church and vote are even more abysmal. If every churchgoer who does vote brought one churchgoer who doesn’t vote, the election would be wrapped up for the right. This tactic would have even more impact in a primary.

2) Conservatives rally behind one candidate: Before Iowa, conservatives need to have a coordinated strategy to decide on one candidate, or they will get whomever the D.C. elite decides to hand them.

3) Eliminate voter fraud: After deciding on the candidate, and committing to get churches to vote, conservatives should dedicate the rest of their efforts to eliminating voter fraud and opposing motor voter, same-day registration and voting (California has this), and voting without ID laws in their state.

Does He Even Have a Chance?

June 6th, 2008 Viewed 1675 times


I’m beginning to wonder if Barak Obama even has a chance of winning the election in the fall.

And I’m not saying this because of the possibility of a Michelle Obama “whitey” video or Hillary not closing down her campaign so their might be a ruckus in the fall.

I’m saying this because of a number of things:

Do You Know this Man?

June 5th, 2008 Viewed 1936 times

bobbarrThe man on your right—do you know who he is?  What if I told you that he’s running for President of the United States of America?

The man on the right is U.S. Rep. Bob Barr, and he is the Libertarian Candidate, and he asked something of the Republican and Democrat candidates for President that I think that they should take him up on:

“In congratulatory letters I am sending, I challenge Senators Obama and McCain to meet me in weekly debates in cities across America with just the candidates and a moderator to keep order,” former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr said in a news release on Wednesday.

If I Were to Write Election 2008

June 3rd, 2008 Viewed 1545 times, 1 so far today

Studying on the SideThis has been a strange time to be alive.  Why do I say that?  Because within my life time we’ve had:

  • A President win almost all the states in the Union (Ronald Reagan).
  • An impeachment of a sitting President (Bill Clinton).
  • A successful recall of a Governor of California (Gray Davis).


Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.