Below are some quotes from a thread regarding GOP candidate Goode from VA. The original poster of the thread requested that it be closed after making several false and unfounded accusations against the members BB who happen to disagree with him on political and social issues. I am sorry but as a Moderator here on the BB I can not in good conscience allow those false and unfounded accusations to stand unchallenged. The material was posted in an open forum and then left in a closed, but still viewable, thread for all to see. Therefore, I am responding in this open public thread. I am sorry but whether you care to admit it or not when you vote for a candidate who openly supports and works to advance the pro-abortion agenda you have by default cast your vote in favor of the pro-abortion agenda. Your stated personal convictions on the abortion issue do not line up with your chosen course of action (i.e. how you voted). Your actions outweigh your words. So the two senarios (the Goode issue and the abortion issue) you have suggested are not at all similar and do not make a valid comparison. You mean like the time you falsely accused your fellow BB posters, who happen to be conservatives, of hating sinners so much so that they refuse to witness to them or invite them to church? Or how about the time you falsely accused John McCain of being responsible for the fire on the USS Forrestal? You could not, and did not, produce one single piece if evidence from a primary source that backed your accusation. On the other hand I provided the official US Navy history of the USS Forrestal, the story of the fire from the USS Forrestal’s Crew Association’s website, and other first-hand accounts from eye witnesses that disproved your accusation. To this day you have neither apologized nor retracted either of these false accusations. So let’s climb down off of that moral high horse you are attempting to ride here. Because this particular GOP guy’s (Goode) views do not in fact represent those of the vast majority of Republicans. This can and has been easily confirmed. However, when addressing the abortion issue, pro-abortion politicians, and how one votes, I am sorry but whether you care to admit it or not when you vote for a candidate who openly supports and works to advance the pro-abortion agenda you have by default cast your vote in favor of the pro-abortion agenda. Your stated personal convictions on the abortion issue do not line up with your chosen course of action (i.e. how you voted). Your actions outweigh your words. This quoted material has said nothing wrong. BTW if you are going to quote someone please provide the direct quote using the poster’s name and a link to where it may be found. Regarding your question see my response to JustChristian and repeated to you just above. The false accusation you made and what carpro and Curtis reacted to was that the GOP said that Obama was a Muslim. That is completely false. The GOP never said any such thing. Now some posters here on the BB may well have made that charge. However, they are not the GOP and I and several other conservative posters pointed out the error of their claims by posting quotes and links to Obama’s interview with the Chicago Sun-Times where he said he was/is a Christian and talked extensively about his faith. So your charge here is groundless. Perhaps the reaction you are experiencing is due to the conviction of the Holy Spirit over the error of your thinking on this issue? Likewise, I will say to you the same thing I said to Jim. That poster’s signature specifically addresses Obama. It does not mention you or any other poster on the board. No one has called you an atheist or any other name in that regard. Likewise, if you have a personal problem with that poster’s signature line you need to address it in private with her, as Matt. 18:15 instructs, and not wave your laundry in public for all to see.