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Monday, October 01, 2012

Encourage Friends to Vote in November

It seems that every time we turn on the television, we are given the results of some public opinion poll. When the figures are close, we are then told the results are "within the margin of error." That means the poll didn't really tell us anything significant. But some polls are not within the margin of error, and so they are very significant. They are the polls that say approximately half of evangelicals in the United States are not registered to vote. And if they are not registered, they will not be able to vote on November 6 in what may be the most important election of our time.

This upcoming election is one of particular importance to evangelicals because of the way that religious freedom has become one of the most important issues. I never dreamed that religious liberty could be put on the chopping block as a political issue in a national campaign. I was shocked when I watched the Democratic National Convention on television and thousands of Delegates shout "No" when voting on a simple motion to recognize in their Party Platform that our fundamental rights are "God-given." And I'm shocked at the way President Obama repeatedly omits the word "Creator" when he quotes the Declaration of Independence. Remember how he told the Russian President that, after his reelection, he will have "more flexibility" to give the Russians what they want on anti-missile defense! So, if he is reelected, Obama will also have "more flexibility" to limit our religious freedom and change us into a totally secular state in which we may be forbidden to pledge our loyalty to "one nation under God."

Obama believes there is "no higher power" than the Federal Government." I urge you to get my newest book called "No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom." I urge you read it immediately, and then give it to your Pastor with the request that he inform his congregation about the imminent danger to our religious freedom. Listen to the radio commentary here:

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