Black Pastors At A Crossroad

Black pastors are dealing with a dilemna:  vote for 0bama or Romney?  Several things have struck raw nerves within their congregation:  first of all, 0bama has supported gay “marriage”, which the congregations don’t support.  Romney has taken a stand for marriage being between a man and woman only, which the congregations highly agree with.  Next, the congregations have to face high unemployment rates…are they better off than 4 years ago?  The DNC has asked the Black Congregations to play the race card by reminding them that 0bama is black and Romney is the “evil white Mormon guy” who doesn’t share Christian values with them.

I have a reality check for any of you who are black pastors reading this:  this election should never be based on race.  If you’re holding your nose to vote for 0bama, I suggest you look at issues deeply before casting your vote for 0bama.  Ask if he really is a good leader or not.  If you don’t like where he’s going, just remember that if you really want a person who is black for President, you had an opportunity to get Herman Cain nominated for the GOP in 2011, yet many of you sat around, calling him an “uncle tom” sellout without a good reason.  You also had Michael Steele, whom you could have tried to get nominated for President, or Allen West.

You also have an opportunity at this moment to look past the Democratic propaganda, and look at things the media doesn’t want you to know about Mitt Romney.  Are you aware of the many things Romney does behind the scenes to help others who are less fortunate than he is, without wanting publicity for his deeds?  Yes, I don’t agree with Mormonism as a religion, and I will never become a Mormon, but that is a moot point when the direction where the country is headed is at stake.  Do you want bigger government taking bigger chunks out of your paycheck, or do you
want the government to keep its claws out of your pocketbook? 
Yes, you might have to hold your nose because you disagree with his theology as well, so what will it be?

Think carefully, do some serious research, watch the movie 2016, weigh your options and vote.

image

Advertisements

About myfoxmystere

You can also find me on mystere's moonbat slayer club; I had to go as myfoxmystere since mystere was taken already! I'm on several Fox TV Blog sites as mystere.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

14 Responses to Black Pastors At A Crossroad

  1. Hacksaw says:

    Did you see that embarassing display when LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa held the “voice vote” three different times, before just giving up & declaring it passed?

    It was obvious that the “no” votes were at least as numerous & loud as the “yea” votes, and that put Villaraigosa in a real uncomfortable position.

    Real banner day for the Democrats, their delegates were videotaped opposing & booing the inclusion of “God” & “Jeruselem” language being put back into the Party’s platform, after it was foolishly removed in the 1st place. My local GOP Congressional candidate already has an ad out featuring the disturbing video.

  2. There was a post on here yesterday about Clint Eastwood and the “empty chair”. I left a few comments and now I see the whole post is gone! Hmmm….didin’t someone like my comments?! I mentioned that whoever came up with that idea must have thought it would be effective, but turned out to just be plain silly. And the internet chuckles following the chair discussion were quite enjoyable 🙂
    I also mentioned that I wondered if the Republicans knew that Clint has come out in the past in favor of gay couples rights….Hmmm, again

    • Hacksaw says:

      It is well known that Clint Eastwood is liberal on some social issues, but he is also very conservative on other issues. He is a longtime Republican though, who was elected & served 1 term as the Mayor of Carmel, California back in the 1980s. It is rumored that then Vice President George H.W. Bush considered Clint for his running mate in 1988, before eventually selecting the junior Senator from Indiana, Dan Quayle.

      Clint Eastwood: ‘Obama Greatest Hoax Ever Perpetrated on the American People’

      • Of course Republicans would thing Obama was a hoax. Wouldn’t expect any other view from them. Like Clinton said in his speech the other night. “I may not always agree with Republicans, but I don’t hate them. The hatred for Obama by republicans…”. Hey Bill, I don’t get it either. I don’t agree with romney’s plan, but I don’t hate him and I don’t think the country is going to crash if he’s elected. conservatives thought the world would end when Obama was elected and not of their gloom and doom has come true.

  3. And why weren’t prominent republicans at their convention? Missing were Bush, McCain, Cheney, etc. Is the new republican order ignoring their past leaders? very telling….

    • Hacksaw says:

      Senator McCain did speak at the RNC, and both former Presidents Bush & former VP Cheney all addressed the Convention via videotaped messages, mainly due to health issues & other comittments.

      Unlike at the DNC, where President Obama tried to latch on to the successful Clinton Presidency because his own more resembles Jimmy Carter’s, Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan already have quite impressive records of achievments, so that is what was highlighted at the RNC (along with quite a few rising stars in the GOP) and Romney offered his vision of how he would govern & lead if elected, in contrast to Obama & his apologists all trying to explain why he failed to deliver on any of the lofty promises made in 2008, and trying to justify why he deserves a 2nd term when he has so miserably failed in this his 1st, and hopefully only term in Office.

      • President Clinton’s speech was absolutely great. If he had been a Republican, I’m sure the RNC would have wanted him to speak at their convention too. As for the quite impressive records of romney and Ryan? Oh dear, where do I begin? Alas, it is late and I am tired. Maybe another time….and I might have been even slightly impressed with Romney’s speech if he would have mentioned the sacrifices our military have made even once…I think Obama mentioned them several times….but I’m sure you will have a snappy comeback for that one too. Unfortunately, I am going to bed and will sadly miss it! (LOL!) Have a nice weekend!

  4. Hacksaw says:

    I didn’t say that former President Clinton’s speech wasn’t good, after all he is a very talented & charismatic speaker. He’s also well known for dishonesty, (and uncontrolled promiscuity) which is why he is the only democratically elected President in our history to ever be impeached. My point is that it is the ultimate admission of weakness on Obama’s part to even ask or need Slick Wille to make his case for him, because his own performance as Chief Executive is so pitiful that he cannot possibly run on it.

    You must not have watched Governor Romney’s acceptance speech, and if you did then you obviously didn’t pay close attention. He did mention & thank our servicemen & women (he referred to them as “military” instead of “troops”) and recognized their brave service.

    What he didn’t mention in his speech was the war in Afghanistan, although he had spoken to veterans at both an American Legion post & a Veterans of Foreign Wars post just the day prior, (the President was invited to as well, but declined to attend) and unlike Obama, Mitt Romney didn’t feel the need to parade out some troops just to be used as props or decorations during his speech.

    While in uniform, we’re supposed to be non-partisan, and are not supposed to solicit anything or participate in political activities while wearing our uniform, because it implies the endorsement of our respective branch of service and that’s not ours to give. We can definitely have our own opinions and are strongly encouraged to vote (even though Democrats often go to great lengths to suppress or not even count the military vote, because they believe that it will mostly go for Republicans) but we are never told exactly who to vote for, that’s left totally up to us.

    • myfoxmystere says:

      Hacksaw, I did see Tony Villaraigosa’s speech; in fact, my radio colleagues were doing a live radio show when that embarrassing moment occurred. They reported it as it happened, and the Twitter stream lit up with thousands of responses, many in Southern California.

      Girlscout, I think that Eastwood empty chair post was mine; I likely used an android app to post it, if it was mine. It may have been accidentally deleted; I will search for it, and if I find it, I will bring it back. My app has been acting up, and likely deleted it by accident. I just posted another blog from something I saw on another blog site.

  5. Uncontrolled promiscuity?! OH, PLEASE!!! Need I start listing all the Republican sex scandals? I don’t consider a blow job by Monica to be “uncontrolled promiscuity”. And I’m sure if we dug into some research, we could find many presidents in the past who had affairs. I believe one of them had many affairs with his slaves. Whether Clinton is immoral or not, he is still a great speaker and was a good president.
    Admission of weakness to let Clinton speak at the DNC? Poppycock. It’s one Democrat supporting another, just like the RNC had republican speakers at THEIR convention. Just because Bush didn’t give a speech (for whatever reason), that gives conservatives carte blanche to say Obama’s weak for letting Clinton speak?! Bull.
    And I did listen to Romney’s speech, but don’t remember him mentioning the troops at all. Maybe that’s when I took a bathroom break. 🙂
    Parading out troops as props?! Oh, brother. the attacks on every minutia of the DNC versus the RNC are pathetic.

    • Hacksaw says:

      Uncontrolled promiscuity?! OH, PLEASE!!! Need I start listing all the Republican sex scandals? I don’t consider a blow job by Monica to be “uncontrolled promiscuity”.

      If it were just Monica & fellatio, then I would agree with you but there is also Paula Jones, who brought a sexual harassment lawsuit against Clinton, which led to him revealing the “inappropriate” sexual relationship between him & Lewinsky, which he originally denied under oath which became the basis for the impeachment charge of perjury. He later agreed to an out
      of court settlement and paid Jones $850,000.

      There was also Gennifer Flowers who revealed an extramarital relationship with Clinton that began in 1980. He later admitted (during the 1992 Presidential campaign, no less) that he did indeed have a sexual encounter with her.

      In 1998, Kathleen Willey alleged that Bill Clinton had groped her in 1993. Also in 1998, Juanita Broaddrick alleged that Clinton had raped her and in yet another 1998 event, Elizabeth Ward Gracen recanted her 6 year denial and admitted that she had a one night stand with Bill Clinton in 1982.

      And I’m sure if we dug into some research, we could find many presidents in the past who had affairs. I believe one of them had many affairs with his slaves. Whether Clinton is immoral or not, he is still a great speaker and was a good president.

      I never denied that Clinton was a good speaker & a President – he was, but he is also known for rampant dishonesty, a fact that must be factored into his recent & tepid endorsements of President Obama.

      Admission of weakness to let Clinton speak at the DNC? Poppycock. It’s one Democrat supporting another, just like the RNC had republican speakers at THEIR convention.

      It is an admission of weakness, that a guy who has been President for nearly 4 years and assumed Office with his Party in control of both Houses of Congress, needs to recruit a guy like Clinton who’s own wife he savaged in a brutal primary, and who he himself played the “race card” against in order to discredit in order to obtain the Democratic nomination for President, to vouch for him because he cannot run on his own record of abject failure.

      Just because Bush didn’t give a speech (for whatever reason), that gives conservatives carte blanche to say Obama’s weak for letting Clinton speak?! Bull.

      Both former Presidents Bush did speak to the Republican Convention, just not live in person – they did it by videotape (the same way Carter addressed the DNC) due mainly to the health concerns of the elder George Bush.

      And I did listen to Romney’s speech, but don’t remember him mentioning the troops at all. Maybe that’s when I took a bathroom break.

      Perhaps you need to watch it again, because he definitely did. He referred to them as “military”, but he did indeed mention them.

      Parading out troops as props?! Oh, brother. the attacks on every minutia of the DNC versus the RNC are pathetic.

      The Democrats did parade out some troops in uniform as props, I could see if they simply had a military Color Guard, that would’ve been more than acceptable but they used these guys to imply consent & even endorsement, and that is not what our military is intended for.

  6. Hacksaw says:

    Yeah, kudos indeed!

    It’s just “unfortunate” that in their vain attempt to exploit our troops, the DNC once again displayed their usual ignorance to all matters military in nature, by showing a huge picture of Russian warships, that the imbeciles actually thought were ours.

    Dems apologize for using Russian warships in convention tribute to vets

    • myfoxmystere says:

      Democrats used Russian warships in their trribute to veterans? BWAHAHAHAHAHA! OH BOY what a blunder! Had the GOP made such as blunder, the liberal mutts in the media would have harped on the GOP mercilessly. Good find Hacksaw!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s