While evangelist Billy Graham has changed his mind, and now endorses Mitt Romney even though he is part of a cult called Mormonism, not all Christians are getting behind the GOP candidate. Will the desire to create an American Theocracy actually help to re-elect Obama.
Candidate “A” is clearly a tool of Satan. But candidate “B” is a tool of Satan too and, if elected president, hell suspend the Constitution and implement a theocracy to be run by his satanically-inspired cult.”Stop!”, cries out evangelist Bill Keller, founder of the Internet ministry liveprayer.com; “CHRISTIANS MUST TAKE A STAND AND SAY “NO” TO SATAN THIS NOVEMBER!!!”, he declares, “Vote for Jesus!”
The upside or downside depending upon your perspective, is that 1.4 million Christians can not have that big of an effect in a country where there are about 231 million voters.
Still what does it say about an American Theocracy that, even at only 1.4 million, a sizable portion of our country would use their vote for someone who is not a real living, breathing person (at least in 2012). When did secularism and Satanism become one in the same thing?
Either way you look at it however is scary for a secularist. Either Jesus wins, and America has it’s own Taliban of the Christianist type. Or Romney wins and a cult gains control of our whole country. America becomes like the Vatican city state, except that the Church of the LatterDay Saints has a much bigger coverage.
In this too, is an implicit racism, because the only thing that suggest Obama isn’t Christian is that he supports LGBT Rights and other progressive issues. Truly many mainstream Christians feel that way, but they would never be seen as a Satanist. Much like the slaves brought over from Africa were seen as devil followers (even though they were not in any way) , today’s negro is equally scary and othered through name-calling.