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Christians Voted For McCain

Why did Christians not vote for Mike Huckabee?

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Well gee whiz Geophylann>>>I have absolutely NOTHING against Jews. Whatever gave you that idea? I only said three words.
---catherine on 4/19/08


Catherine, were you being sarcastic? Do you dislike the Jews? In Genesis G-d told Abraham that he would bless those that blessed him and curse those that cursed them.
---Gophylann on 4/18/08


Oh Duane, don't let God do your work. You are wrong in destroying your vote. It's up to you and others like you to choose.

It's like expectng God to prepare lunch for me because I don't feel like going out shopping. Grow up.
---Caring on 4/18/08


Alan of UK said 'You have no evidence at all of two.' I also have wondered who wears the pants in the Clinton household.
---frances008 on 4/18/08


I tore up My voters reg. card,
What will be, WILL be!
I'm DONE picking the Lesser of two Evils.
Gods Will be Done, Let us live & die by That!
The Sooner the Better, I'm Ready...
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 4/18/08




I voted for Huckabee in the primary, I even went to see him, which helped me decide who I was going to vote for. Right now, I honestly believe there isn't a strong candidate. However, the lesser of the evils is McCain. I am terrified of what could happen if either Obama or Clinton get in office. I don't care about whether Obama could be Muslim or not, what worries me about him is his association with a pastor who is racist, anti-american.
---Katie on 4/18/08


I am a Christian and I did vote for Huckabee. I think one reason they might not have voted for him is the fact that he didn't have much chance of winning in the first place. Maybe they felt that their vote wouldn't make that much difference so they wanted to vote for someone who they felt had a chance to be President. McCain is the obvious canidate for Christian to vote for now. That's just my opinion so take it or leave it.
---Wendy on 4/18/08


As Christians we need to really seek God on this one. Personally I don't think it matters one hoot who gets elected, this country is in big trouble. This country has gotten so far away from the biblical principles it was founded on. Pray Pray, Pray. God Bless each of you.
---Mikki on 4/18/08


Mima ....
Our choices,
1. Woman?
2. Moslem?
3. Crazy man?

Why do yuo persist ... you have no evidence at all of 2
---alan_of_UK on 4/18/08


Gophviann>>>Does not like Jews? OH,OH.
---catherine on 4/18/08




Name one president since Lincoln that has actually followed through and accomplished anything they have promised while campaigning. They will say anything to get a vote, then do what has to be done.

As for not voting for Huckabee, futher proof that this is not the christian nation that the revisionists try to claim.
---dan on 4/17/08


Obama does not like Jews. If he is elected president, we will see this country, through him turn against Israel. We will be in big trouble then. I am very conservative. I don't think that any of the three contenders are are good choice. But, I will be really scared if Obama gets in because he does come from a Muslim background and I believe continues to care ties.
---Gophylann on 4/17/08


Christians should and ought to vote and leave the rest up to the Lord. It is our civic duty to vote for the candidate who is willing to work and deal with issues that are important to us.There are christian democrats and republicans and everything in between. I may swith to independent, sometimes in the future. There are other political parties you can identify with besides the pubs and the dems.
---Robyn on 4/12/08


Mima>>>>>Perhaps He doesn't!
---catherine on 4/11/08


None of the top three are Muslin. If you are assuming that Obama is, just because of his name, then you would not be correct. He is Christian.
---Cris on 4/11/08


If my only choices at the polls are greater vs. lesser evils, I will stay home on election day. If I vote for any evil at all, I am then a partaker of it.
---amicusdei on 4/11/08


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Our choices,
1. Woman?
2. Moslem?
3. Crazy man?
Perhaps God doesn't like the choices we have chosen. For more insight into this idea take into consideration the weather. Every time a state primary is held. Very interesting. Comments
---Mima on 4/11/08


Thanks, Jack. I keep forgetting what I am, real Christian or pop-evangelical. I hope I am the former.
---Trish9863 on 3/12/08


Actually, Trish, the question assumes that all pop-evangelicals (as distinguished from real Christians) are Republicans.
---Jack on 3/12/08


You seem to be assumming that because he is a Christian, other Christians should automatacally vote for him. This is not being good steward of of thinking ability God has given us. Look at his record, listen to what he says, etc., these are the things you should used to evaluted a persons qualifications, along with his Christian principals. Remember, Bill Clinton claimed to be a Christian, he even carried his Bible to church.
---wivv on 3/9/08


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Your question assumes that all Christians are Republicans.
---Trish9863 on 3/9/08


Christians vote for whomever they please. There are christian republicans,dems, independents,libertarians and so forth. Your right to choose whom you feel is the best candidate.Huckabee never entered my mind. For one I am not a Republican.
---Robyn on 3/6/08


The Mohave Generating Facility in Laughlin shut down on December 31, 2005, and has not been restarted. It was operated by the Peabody Coal Company which operates a coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation and the Hopi Tribe. Both facilities contributed to the economy of these tribes. In fact, the majority of employees at the plant in northeastern Arizona are Native Americans. Peabody gave jobs to the tribes which is a whole lot better than casinos.
---Susie on 3/6/08


notlaw99:

"Only candidates with professional military experience as commissioned officers are worthy of consideration"

You mean like George W. Bush?

(trying very hard to stop coughing...)
---StrongAxe on 3/6/08


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**Only candidates with professional military experience as commissioned officers are worthy of consideration.**

Jimmy Carter was a naval officer. Do you think he was an effective president?

John Kerry is a decorated Vietnam vet. Did you vote for him?
---Jack on 3/6/08


"To facilitate his special interests, namely:Peabody Western Coal Company (the largest in the US) and the Mohave Generating Facility in Laughlin (operated by Bechtel) delivering low cost electricity to Las Vegas's Casinos, John McCain (a/k/a "Saddam McCain") introduced and arranged for the enforcement of unethical and Constitutionally unlawful legislations which brutally displaced thousands of Navajo farmers onto a Nuclear Waste Dump peaceful resistance." CON'T.
---NVBarbara on 3/6/08


#2 McCain assembled (Navajo Resettlement & Navajo Accommodation Agreement, Navajo Settlement, and amendments to PL 93-531, PL S.1003) illegal and unethical enactments designed to force Native American Navajo of the Dineh Band off their Arizona lands, moving them onto Church's Hill in Nevada, depriving them of lands they've owned since 1500 AD."
Thanks McCain! Obscene!
---NVBarbara on 3/6/08


Huckabee stayed in the race, but didn't have a chance. Our state hasn't voted in the primaries yet, but aside from having many conservative values I could NEVER vote for McCain! He's a warmonger who has stated that this war we're in could go on for 100 years! He LIKES war, that's all he knows. ENOUGH of the Repubs. who have gotton us into this mess!
---Steve on 3/5/08


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I DID! Didn't you?
---pgfdottie on 3/5/08


I can't vote for another 10 years of war.
I cannot and will not.

If that happens, we're going to need the draft. These precious men and women cannot keep going back, some of them are missing limbs. They're exhausted.
If I have to write Mr. Huckabee's name in, I will.
---Cindy on 3/5/08


I didn't vote for Mike Huckabee because I didn't think he could lead this country. I didn't like his acting like a rock star to try to fit in with the world. He seemed very phony to me. Just because someone says they are a Christian doesn't mean they are. As far as I know, all the candidates said they were Christians. It's about leadership ability.
---Susie on 3/5/08


John McCain is quallified to be a war time Commander in Chief and no one else among the current contenders Democrat or Republican are.

That is the only issue that really matters. The US is going to be at war against Islamic Fundamentalism for many decades in to the future. Only candidates with professional military experience as commissioned officers are worthy of consideration.
---notlaw99 on 3/5/08


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