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A Pastor’s Perspective – Part 3: Tired of Carrots

In this segment we look at the question of voting for Mitt Romney as a way to stop Barack Obama and the quadrennial argument of voting for the lesser of two evils because the Supreme Court is up for grabs.

If you  know Bro Dennis he definitely had an answer for both of these arguments.

Give a listen and please share:

Bro Dennis Part 3

In Part 4 we tackle the argument that this election is all about the economy.

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After the confetti is gone…

...what now? What do we do when the reality of our choices settle in?

This week we will have to endure the lies and hypocrisy of the Left and its lapdog media.

But how do we make sound judgments when it comes to voting for our elected representatives?

We tackle this subject in the current The Truth Newsletter.

You can get your copy and access to all past issues when you join the Truth Watch. And please invite your friends, relatives, associates, and neighbors!

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Are the Dems Rope-A-Dopin’ the GOP?

The Democrats are adding a new plank to their platform, one that is seemingly an election night loser. They are proposing to endorse same-sex marriage in their upcoming 2012 Democratic Party Platform. Writing in the Daily Beast Eleanor Clift reports that for the committee this was a no-brainer.

Either Democrats are stupid, ideologically-attached to gay marriage, or something else is up.

The outcry from African-American churches and the fact proponents for same-sex marriage legalization are 0 for 31 on ballot initiatives makes this a large risk in November for President Obama and Democrat candidates.

Unless the Democratic Party has no intention of approving this plank.

The Democratic Nominating Convention follows a few days after the GOP convention and coronation of Mitt Romney as their candidate. Now for Republicans, with a large part of their base being evangelical values voters, this a winning issue to run against.

Therein lies the problem. If the GOP comes out strong against the Dems plank, which they should but only time will tell, or if the media pushes them into the national debate, then the GOP will be rightfully aligned against gay marriage.

But come September 6 and the Democrats leave Charlotte with or without the gay marriage plank in place, and the help of the Obama Press Corps, aka mainstream media, the gay marriage plank can become an election day issue.

And then the October surprise can be unleashed. The Obama campaign will be able to easily show the hypocrisy of Mitt Romney and the GOP for nominating the Father of Gay Marriage in Massachusetts.

They will be able to show from the very words of Goodrich vs. the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that the Massachusetts Supreme Court ordered the state legislature, NOT Mitt Romney, to legalize same-sex marriage. They will also be able to show that the legislature ignored the court's ruling and that then Governor Mitt Romney illegally ordered marriage license applications to be changed from "Husband" and "Wife" to "Party A" and "Party B." They will also be able to easily counter Romney's defense of saying he was following the orders of the court when the court recognized it had no power to enforce its own ruling.

Why will they be able to do this so easily? Because documented proof has been available for six years at MassResistance.org. Not only that, but every major Christian and conservative organization, and GOP establishment types have been made abundantly aware of these facts. I have personally been privy to many of the emails.

In fact, the primary source of those emails, Gregg Jackson, co-authored a book with radio host Steve Deace titled "We Won't Get Fooled Again: Where the Christian Right Went Wrong and How to Make America Right Again," which outlines not only this sad chapter but others too.

Again I could be wrong about the Dems having this up their sleeve, but do you really believe the Obama War Machine is completely ignorant of this information?

What better way to suppress conservative evangelical votes than this October surprise?

Only time will tell.

If Romney wins the nomination…

...he will lose to Obama in the general election.

Here is a very important point to remember folks. The information that I have tried (and for the most part failed) to share with conservatives is Mitt Romney's record as governor. I've been called a Mormon bigot, among other things.

Here is a guarantee: if Romney wins the nomination you can be sure that the Obama/Chicago Political Machine will expose everything about Romney's record, with the help of the MSM.

And believe this too, they will vet the Mormon religion in a way we wished they had vetted Obama's Pastor Jeremiah Wright. Romney is going to get creamed in the press, on the stump, and in the debates.
Obama will beat Romney easily by at least 5 percentage points. I predict Obama will win the following states against Willard: Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin for a total of 325 electoral votes.

And even if Romney won his "home" states of Mass and Mich, Obama would still have 298 electoral votes.

You heard it here first folks!


In tonight's GOP debate, Mitt Romney was willing to bet Governor Rick Perry $10,000 that Perry was misquoting Willard's book. As a former LDS pastor, Governor Romney should know that the Mormon Church opposes gambling. LDS on gambling Not a good moment for Willard Mitchell Romney.

He Who Lives In Glass Houses…

It appears former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has a plan to beat Texas Governor Rick Perry for the GOP presidential nomination. The Washington Post story tells us that Team Romney is planning on using Perry's book "Fed Up" and his past record against Perry.

Memo to Team Romney: You might want to be careful with that strategy...that's a two-way street. Your record as governor, of which Romney waxes make-believe, is far from anything resembling conservative:

The Mitt Romney Deception

While I'm not sold on Rick Perry nor have I made a decision on the GOP field, I will never vote for Romney based not only on his record as governor, but also, and more importantly, on the deception he is trying to perpetrate about that record. Romney wants us to believe what we read about his record, chief among them RomneyCare, is not what it actually is, but what he would have us to believe it is.