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.