She Felt 'Judged' at Church Polling Place

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  1. Jerome

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    Albuquerque voter says she could just feel the judgment when she cast her municipal ballot at Hoffmantown Church [SBC]:

    http://www.abqjournal.com/305130/news/woman-says-she-felt-judged-after-voting-at-hoffmantown.html

     
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    Voting for the slaughter of unborn children will do that too you.
     
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    Wonder if we should say that to any pro abortionists who may be on this Forum?
     
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    Sounds to me like someone who "--is fleeing when no-one is pursuing".
    Guilty conscience perhaps?????

    Oh, if you don't believe in God & someone "God blesses you", just DON'T consider yourself blessed; certainly nothing to fret about!

    As one of my ex bosses used to say, "Monkeys is de cwaziest people!"
    Seems he was correct, if this "offense" is real.:rolleyes:
     
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    Yeah - I feel judged every time I have to walk into a public school as a Christian homeschooling mom. ;)
     
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    :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:m
     
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    Jerome, I doubt if she was in the sanctuary. She probably was just in the basement or the Sunday School building. Churches let their buildings be used as a public service because the governments pay very little in user fees. There is no reason to be nervous about going into a church to vote. I wonder how the lady would have felt if she had voted in a mosque such as in Plainfield, Indiana?
     

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