Hear the Constitution Party's agenda first hand from;Jim Clymer, National Chairman, Constitution Party ...NAT'L CONSTITUTION PARTY (C-SPAN INTERVIEW)Real Player Req'drtsp://video.c-span.org/project/c04/c04_wj053104_clymer.rmFYI for PA. : Mr. Clymer is running for the Senate against Arlen Specter(R) and Joe Hoeffle(D).A statement Mr. Clymer made that i really like;Quote;"DUTY IS OURS ... RESULTS ARE IN THE HANDS OF GOD" ... Sounds a lot like ...1Cor.3:  I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase.
Okay, well, there's A LOT that's been said on here and as I started reading the first couple posts, oh boy, this stuff just goes right over my head! I did go to the link to that first article, but where it says Bush appointed a homosexual so and so, or that he believes in abortion in the case of rape or... I forgot what the other reason was - well, there were these numbers that I guess were supposed to be links to where this information was coming from, but my computer said I needed authorization. So I couldn't look up the proof on what that guy was writing.I don't listen to talk radio, watch hours of CSPAN during my free time (don't have cable anyway), or get all into this campaign... competitiveness. However, I do exercise my right (rather, privelege) to vote. If we have opportunities as Christians to have a say in the direction of our government and country, why not get involved? As far as I know, George W. Bush is against abortion and homosexuality. Those are 2 pretty big moral issues that could be our country's survival or downfall. I don't deny that President Bush isn't a perfect person, or that he even fails to make all the right political or moral decisions. As far as I know though, he takes a stronger stand morally than John Kerry does. But may God grant us the wisdom.