I use to be addicted to video games so I know what its like. I would play Call of Duty or Halo on Xbox live till like 3-4 in the morning, sleep a few hours, get up go to college, come home play some more before I go to work, come home after work and play till 3 or 4 in the morning again. Rinse, wash, repeat. All the while I was pretty much ignoring my wife and kids. It wasn't till after I got saved that I quit playing.
He's not as bad as Obama, sure, but for me its a matter of principal. Should I vote for someone who supports what God calls an abomination? Is this pleasing to God? I realize he's running for a secular office and isn't a Christian, but where do we draw the line?
John Yurich wrote: And only someone who is off of their rocker would choose not to vote as not voting or voting for a third party candidate for president just gives votes to Clinton.
Since Trump is gonna win my state anyway, a non vote by your logic is actually a vote for Trump. Truth is though that a non vote is simply a non vote, and a vote for a third party candidate is a vote for a third party candidate.
Lurker writes: I wish Hillary no ill will and hope she recovers from whatever is ailing her. But...... I would not be disappointed if she was replaced as the democratic candidate.
Same here. Personally, I find both candidates are rather despicable, and I'm not sure I can bring myself to vote for Trump. Ive been praying for wisdom in the matter. Since Trump is gonna win my state anyway, I'm thinking about not even voting. Its pretty sad that since I've been old enough to vote, my choices have been Obama or Mccain, Obama or Romney, and now Trump or Hillary
B.Warely wrote: Ahh The good old "Right to bear arms" Now why would you want everybody in the US to bear arms?
The answer is in the second amendment.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
The security of a free state. Whether you agree with the Founding Fathers or not, that was their intention. Besides, crime has more to do with upbringing than the right to bear arms. Here in the US, cities with the strictest gun laws have the worst crime. Why do you think that is? Here in Montana there are probably more guns than people and yet crime is rather low.
You're right Chris, its something I'll have to work on. I think the biggest reason I struggle with being patient with these people is because the most of the ones I've discussed this issue with acted like I was a lost heretic.