THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 642, October 30, 2011
"Socialism is only a lame attempt to make stealing appear respectable.
That's all it ever was, all it is now, and all it ever will be."4
Special to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise
I am an atheist, for many reasons, but that doesn't mean I can't ask Christians an important question. So I asked. And I haven't gotten a real answer yet. So, those of you who have Christian friends who feel it is their God-directed duty to vote, please ask them this question with me. (Originally posted here.)
Who would Jesus vote for?
I am not being facetious; I am completely serious.
Please ask this of your Christian friends who vote. Especially pose the question to ones who, like some of my family members, say they will vote for Perry, Cain, or Romney because they "have to vote for someone".
Who would Jesus vote for? Do you really think he would vote for the "lesser of two evils"? Isn't that like choosing to commit the lesser of two sins? Do you really think he would want you to vote for the lesser of two evils?
Christians who vote are not obeying his admonition to "Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's" and are instead giving Caesar that which does not belong to Caesar: their attention, time, and respect.
Grow up. Withdraw consent.
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