EDITOR:How many times have you heard the expression: "I'm only human?"
Or "Everyone makes mistakes" or "Nobody's perfect."
Does that make you think of Romans 3:23? "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God."
I overheard a conversation the other day between two men talking about the candidates. They concluded, "I'm not going to vote because neither candidate is good."
Wait a minute. Why must a candidate be perfect before you vote for them? How could he be perfect if nobody's perfect?
I would like to encourage everyone to get out and vote. Vote for someone.
It's a sad state of affairs if the majority of 60 percent voter turn out decides our next president. That means only 31 percent of the voting population can decide who wins.
Get out and vote and make sure that they have to get at least 46 percent to win the election. (A majority of a 90 percent turn out of voters).
I strongly encourage you to vote pro-life because your life may depend on it.
Right to Life