Why I as a Christian will not vote for Romney if he is the GOP nominee
As a Christian, I could not under any circumstances vote for Willard “Mitt” Romney if he is the GOP nominee because, as a Christian, I won’t, and more importantly, I can’t. My faith will not allow me to do so! Some may say that Romney is the “lesser of two evils” and that by not voting for him we will have 4 more years of the “far more evil” Barack Obama. While one could plausibly argue that in actuality a Romney presidency would be far worse for America than an Obama presidency, the fact of the matter is that the “lesser of two evils” argument at any level is not Biblical but is an inherently pagan and utilitarian construct. As Christians we must never do evil that good may come of it. (Romans 3:8) As Christians we are to oppose evil in all its forms and obey and trust God for the results.
And anybody who single-handedly ushered in same sex “marriage” and $50 tax payer funded abortions to America is, in my eyes, evil. And I cannot and will not consciously support evil in any way regardless of whether the person doing it has an “R” near his name instead of a “D.”
If you are considering supporting Romney in the primaries, ask yourself if his own record below is a track record of rightesouness or evil and whether or not as a Christian you could support a man who did these things…
As Governor, Willard “Mitt” Romney:
• Signed the forerunner to Obamacare (Romneycare) into law which includes $50 tax-subsidized elective surgical abortions including late-term abortions into law (3 years AFTER his fake “pro-life conversion.”) Proof here
• Boosted funding for homosexual “education” starting in kindergarten. Proof here
• Opposes a ban on homosexual scoutmasters. Proof here
• Promised the homosexual Republican “Log Cabin Republicans” he wouldn’t oppose “gay marriage” in return for their endorsement. Proof here
• Forced Catholic Charities, the nation’s #1 adoption and foster care service to place children with same sex couples even though he was under no legal obligation to do so as even former Governor Michael Dukakis has acknowledged.
• Passed over Republican lawyers for three quarters of the 36 judicial vacancies he faced and nominated 2 open homosexuals. Proof here
• Criticized Joint Chief’s of Staff, Peter Pace for saying that homosexual acts were “immoral.” Proof here
• Supports passage at the state level of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act which would force churches and other religious organizations to hire homosexuals and transvestites or face criminal fines and prosecution. Proof here