Today is the election that has ramification around the nation. Alabama, has a question to answer at the ballot box today. Will she acknowledge God and vote according to Biblical standards, or will she continue as the rest of the nation and use humanist reasoning to select her leaders?
There is a lot riding on this for Alabama. Indeed, there is a lot riding on this for the nation as we watch to see if someone will lead. One can not change directions without getting off the train they are on. Will Alabama have the guts to make a move? Tune in tonight and watch the results yourself. WSFA
Also, if your from Alabama and still undecided on this issue, please read this as some points to consider when you go to cast your vote. Flashback
“It is always amazing to me that people who have nothing in their life they are willing to die for always ridicule those who do. When a man not only speaks for something but actually follows up on his beliefs and acts, then these cowards of self belief lash out and attack. Because they can not fathom something worth giving everything in their own life for, they can not imagine that someone else would have the conviction to do so.
The author did not consider that the salary of an Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice is $170,000 a year. I wonder if this author could loose that amount each year and have “no regrets”. Not to mention that the retirement package for a Chief Justice is 75% of that amount for life. That is $127,500 per year for the rest of his life. If we say the judge is in his mid 50s and conservatively give him 20 years to live, that would mean the judge just walked away from $2,550,000. Just to put it in perspective the governor has a lower salary and no retirement package. So for those who say he did this for financial gain, or so he could “run for governor”, I challenge you to walk this same path in your career.
This piece goes on and on about how Judge Moore was “manipulating” the people, that this whole event was a “manipulation of religious sentiment”. Is it so far removed from this writer that some people actually have beliefs and act on them? Is it that improbable that someone who was raised and lived the majority of his life in Alabama would share the beliefs of others in Alabama?
Perhaps it is not that he shares their beliefs that is his crime, perhaps it is the fact that he refused to deny his beliefs when he became a leader in Alabama….
…This cry for all leaders to deny their beliefs to hold office or to be able to speak out on an issue is a sure path to the destruction of a great nation. Whenever you attempt to separate a man from the beliefs that make him, you no longer have a man worthy or capable of leadership. You have a double minded man who is unstable in all his ways. One who lisps to and fro on the winds of public opinions. In the mind of this writer, it is far past time to seek more men like Judge Moore to lead this nation and restore the moral integrity upon which it was founded.”
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