Wednesday, October 18, 2006

HOT OFF THE SHOW! Election 2006 - Why Conservatives Must Vote

Election Day is right around the corner. Voters will begin casting absentee ballots soon. The last day to register to vote is Oct 23rd. Now is the time to rally your friends and family.

The liberal politicians would like nothing more than for conservative, pro-family voters to stay home because they are unhappy or disillusioned with their party or candidates, such as for California’s Governor race. They know church-going conservatives tipped the scale during the last few elections and so they are working hard to keep them from voting. How? That's what we talked about on the show today.

Gary Bauer, chairman of Campaign for Working Families in his Monday Update wrote about David Kuo former deputy director of the White House Office of Faith-based and Community Initiatives who has come out with a book critical of the current administration, and disillusioned with the White House and politics because he believes there wasn’t enough focus on poverty, and that after September 11th programs he was working on were put on the back burner because of the war in Afghanistan and Iraq.

As a result, Bauer writes,
"Kuo has a recommendation for other civic- minded Christians that CBS evidently felt warranted national exposure on 60 Minutes. According to Kuo, 'I think that Christians, particularly evangelical Christians, need to take a step back. To have a fast from politics.'

In other words, everyone else is supposed to vote on Election Day, but evangelical Christians might want to "fast" or abstain from voting, instead. It doesn’t take an intellectual giant to figure out what will happen if Christians stay home on Election Day.

But would CBS dare to run a story suggesting that Hispanics or any other group of Americans not vote on Election Day?"

Hey, there are positions I'm not happy about that the President has taken, that the Gov. of California has taken, that candidates I have to choose between have taken, not vote is a sure win for liberals.

Sure, we all want elected officials and candidates that are in it for the good of the people, period. Who are genuinely conservative, pro-family and constitutionalists. Who have real character.

Boy, if you find one that has all three -- WOW!

Reality is you rarely find that and have to at best choose between two pretty good candidates, but alot of the time, unfortunately, you have to choose the 'lesser of two evils.'

That's why we have to know all we can about the candidates and where they stand on the issues. And then vote accordingly.

Please vote and help get out the vote of your family and friends on Nov. 7th. So much is at stake. In California Prop 85 alone is enough reason to vote and rally others to vote. Let's shock and scare them...let's turn out in droves to vote!


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