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January 02, 2008

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Mark Burleson

Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

One of the major issues I have with Obama is that he seriously implies of a lot of socialist thoughts. I personally think the government has too much reach as it is, and I really would not like to see it stretch any further.

Not to say any republican isn't just as capable.

I mean, we're now banning the incandescent light bulb among other things? What's next? My coca-cola?

Barbara Harlem

I can't understand how Obama can state that there is not distinct difference between liberal thinking Americans and those who believe in Judeo-Christian values. A stark difference has always existed between those who believe that God is sovereign and those that believe "man is the measure of all things." As one who believes that God is supreme and His Word is truth, I could never support anyone, whether Democrat or Repuublican, who supports abortion, same-sex unions and other anti-God matters. Additionally, I would never support those, like McCain, that believe that Americans will ever destroy what God has made and Jesus will return to -- how absurd is this new religion of earth worship!! It's so unfortunate that America has turned so far away from God that some of these "secular humanists (liberals) have such gall to even run for this office. It's really alarming that Christians have been seduced to ignore God's direction in matters so paramount to this country's future and past blessings.

jeff

Hmmm...McCain. I have a hard time forgiving him for the campaign finance bill. Being against so called special interest groups really just serves to make it tougher for the average person to get their voice heard. I agree with your take on Obama.

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