Most people who know me consider me a right-wing conservative radical. I took it as a compliment when recently a frustrated liberal said to me, "Your so right-wing!" However, as in the last election, I will not be voting for the Republican ticket. I simply refuse to lend my support to anyone or any government that through Quartet influence, seeks to reward Muslim-Nazi ideology with a recognized state while they vehemently conspire to destroy Israel in appeasing their god Allah.
A lot of attempts have been made by conservative radio and television personalities such as Limbaugh, Hannity, Ingraham, and of course every person on Fox News to discredit Obama with his affiliation with PLO member Rashid Khalidi and the Hamas supporting Rev. Jeremiah Wright, as they should. However, I see no difference in Obama's affiliation with such men than President Bush allowing the Holocaust denying, martyrdom of terrorists proclaiming, terrorism unctioner, and Israel-hating Mahmoud Abbas into the White House for a "friendly" visit, calling this devil a "reformer" and a "peace-maker"!
It wasn't Obama that forced the Jews out of Gaza in August, 2005. It was the evil "twice Republican candidate" George W. Bush who pressured Ariel Sharon with loan guarantees and his Saudi conceived Roadmap plan that caused Gaza to be Judenrein (Jew-free) from where rockets now strike Israel much easier.
When I heard Sarah Palin express her seemingly vibrant support for Israel in the Vice-Presidential debate, and even taking a jab at Joe Biden as if he wasn't for the support for Israel and then turn right around and state that a two-state solution is indeed the answer to the Middle East conflict, it sealed my non-vote for the evil Republican ticket.
It's quite simple, though they may give lip-service towards the good of Israel, one cannot be for the well being of the State of Israel and at the same time, and in anyway, support and reward Israel's most vicious enemy who vows with the blood of their children the destruction of Israel! It simply doesn't work that way.
Christians should know this more than anyone. It is the same principle as "a little leaven leavens the whole lump" (I Cor. 5:6) and "He that is not with me is against me" (Matt. 12:30) and "No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other" (Matt. 6:24). The same can be said concerning Israel. One cannot love Israel and bless her enemies. It's a fundamental biblical absolute that whoever (Republican or Democrate) curses Israel by blessing his enemy is indeed cursed! (Num. 24:9).
As I see it, a vote for either party is a vote for the Quartet (USA included) to destroy Israel (Zech. 14:2) thereby trying to accomplishing what Hitler started. Obama can do no more to Israel that what George W. Bush (the Christian Right's choice) has already started and what McCain would continue to do via Bush's Saudi-conceived roadmap plan.
Many conservatives have told me that they really don't care for John McCain but feel they must vote for him because not voting for him benefits Obama. My answer to that is, "so what?" A vote for an evil because it is a "lesser evil" as McCain is viewed by many conservatives is a joke. There can be no righteousness in voting for any kind of evil regardless of how "lesser" it is! The lesser evil is still evil, period! The problem with voting for the lesser of two evils ends up being that the lesser of the two becomes more evil than the last lesser of two evils. A stand must be made without any waver or any compromise whatsoever. God operates under this principle with His word and expects us to do the same.
Beside this, if one is not willing to go all out for their candidate with financial backing, making phone calls, yard signs, and bumper stickers, all of which can effect other votes as well, it's only a half-hearted vote to begin with.
I took a lot of flack from several people including my wife during the last election when I refused to vote for the evangelical's choice, George W. Bush. Voting for every office on the ballot except for the office of president was something I never had done before. But every time Bush made a move towards a Palestinian state (which was often) I thanked the God of Israel that I hadn't laid my voting hand of support to such a Quartet-obeying devil. When I saw the Economist magazine show on the front cover a picture of Bush with the heading "Mr. Palestine" http://www.360east.com/?p=890 I showed it to my wife and said, "This is why I didn't vote for Bush!" I agree with the Economist, Bush is certainly Mr. Palestine himself.
It true that there are several other religious issues at sake in this coming election such as abortion. But the Inquisition Catholics of Spain as the Catholic Church does currently, would also be against abortion, but what was their spiritual condition that caused them to religiously murder Jews? Abortion by which there is no biblical death penalty (Ex. 21:22) is not the focal point of what causes a nation to be blessed or cursed. Israel however is, because that nation was ordained by God to be the nation-priest of the Gentile nations. To award the Muslim terrorist Palestinians a recognized state is to bless their god Allah and curse the God of Israel.
Speaking of unrighteous baby-murder, many Israeli infants and children have been murdered due to the Quartet pressure on Israel and their support of a Palestinian state. Hamas fires rockets into elementary schools in Sderot, Israel from once Jewish neighborhoods in Gaza and is only encouraged by what they see coming from the Quartet.
My patriotism and duty towards this country has never been weak. From my teenage years until the present, the 1970 hit "Fightin' Side of Me" by Merle Haggard continues to be my favorite country song as it was my father's. It has even been a ring tone for me. What I have also believe since my teenage years is the that ultimate best for this country biblically speaking is to bless and not curse Israel. Therefore, I resolve to withhold casting my vote for either of the Quartet-abiding / appeasing party as a protest to a system that has failed offer me a righteous biblical choice. The questions that I have to ask myself are these:
- Am I willing to take part (by voting for) the future government and all it does in Quartet-compliance over the status of Jerusalem?
- Will I give my voting hand of support knowing that the candidate I'm voting for, who like George W. Bush, will place Israel in great danger, even to the brink of annihilation via Palestinian-Nazi-terrorist state, regardless of their lying lip-service on how much they support Israel?
The bottom line: I will vote for the one who is to make judgment (Isaiah 11:3-4) from God's capital in Jerusalem, and not the one who is to be judged in America's capital Washington DC.