McCain-Palin

i filled in the little boxes on my ballot last night. (i guess i haven’t officially voted until i mail it in or drop it off at my “drop-off location”) i should preface this blog post (and now that i think of it all of my political posts) by saying, “the views represented here are the sole views of the author, they are not the official views of Grandview Assembly of God, Efcom, or any past or future employer that Abraham may have.” anyways, i tweeted this past weekend via TwitVote that i was voting for McCain/Palin . i was then replied to by someone who was voting for Obama/Biden for my reasons why . what i thought was interesting was the way she phrased the question. was i voting for McCain, or against Obama?

…i’m not now, but i hope to be rich someday) consistently has voted for expanding abortion (including the despicable partial birth abortion practice) supports gay marriage and adoption has charisma, but that hasn’t translated into a feeling of being prepared for the job – – – – – – – – – – i think to sum it up, Obama looks like he could play the part of the president in a movie or tv show. McCain looks like he could actually be the president. go ahead sound off in the comments, tomorrow will be fun to watch the results late into the night. whatever your political leanings, go out and vote and be just as concerned on Nov. 5th as you are on or before Nov. 4th. lastly if you’re a Christ-follower, take some time this evening, whether at home, at your church, small-group, or elsewhere to pray for our country and the election before us.

election thoughts 2008

the DNC (democratic national convention) has finished in denver, with the RNC (republican national convention) taking place this week in minneapolis-st. paul.

last weekend Obama picked senator Joe Biden of Delaware as his vice presidential running mate; and last friday McCain announced governor Sarah Palin of Alaska has his VP running mate.

i always find US presidential elections to be interesting. although, this is the first year that i’ve actually taken interest in the politics of candidates.

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