Will Ron Paul Be the Candidate of the Christian Right?

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  1. KenH

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    [FONT=Times New Roman, Times, serif]"In the typical presidential election, conservative Christians who have some understanding of the benefits of liberty and limited government and don’t blindly follow the Republican Party do one of three things: they don’t vote, they "waste" their vote on a third party, or else they hold their nose, close their eyes, stop their ears, and fight a gag reflex as they vote for the Republican candidate because they consider him to be the lesser of two evils. But most of these Christians have short memories, for when the lesser evil turns out to be just as evil as the greater evil, or sometimes even worse, they generally repeat the process all over again....[/FONT]

    [FONT=Times New Roman, Times, serif]As a Christian, I admire Dr. Paul’s principled stand on many issues, but I don’t believe the leadership of the Christian Right will embrace him. I think they love centralization more than federalism. I think they love political power more than liberty. I think they love war more than peace. I think they love politicians more than principles. I think they love faith-based socialism more than the free market. And I think they love the state more than God Almighty."[/FONT]

    - rest at www.lewrockwell.com/vance/vance109.html

    There are excellent points made in the body of this column as to why Ron Paul should be the choice of any truly conservative Christian who supports the principles of limited, constitutional government. I urge all truly conservative Christians to thoughtfully mull over this column.

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