THE BELOW ARTICLE CAME HOME FROM CHURCH
What with the U.S. Government using the I.R.S.'s
401-C3 tax status to keep pastors from espousing politics,
this article is about as political as a church can get without
loosing that income tax free status. I commend the pastor
for publishing it on the newsletter's front page.
However, it is not a religious article. It contains
quotes from some of The United States founding fathers and
others who most people respect.
There are those who debate whether or not this
great country was founded on Christian principles. It is a
Basically if our politicians had followed the
Ten Commandments, whether they be Christian or not, this country
would not be sliding down the slippery slope toward a "One
World Government" that it is.
You do not have to be a Christian to
be a good person. You simply need to adhere to the principals
laid down in the Ten Commandments. What good person can deny
those are good principals, religious or not, to live by?
That is the foundation our country was founded
upon, religious or not. Good and decent people voting for
good and decent people to represent them in our nation's capitol.
This should start at the grass roots level of
your local elections for, say, city council, for those in
Washington began at some local level. If they are crooked
at the local level, where the voter is more easily able to
see what they are doing, they will be positively twisted by
the time they reach Washington. That's what we have there
now. My opinion.
Please read the below article and think.
By Pastor Alan Cobb
Roanoke Baptist Church
Kansas City, Mo.
But look carefully at your local candidates.
Vote only for those who might truly represent YOU.