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Alan Keyes : Alan Keyes: Christ would not vote for Barack Obama

Posted by Dave on Mon. 10/15/2007 Nominate a Contradicting Video
     
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Alan Keyes: Christ would not vote for Barack Obama
A comment made by Alan Keyes, while running against Barack Obama for Illinois Senator, in Feb 2005.
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Re: Alan Keyes: Christ would not vote for Barack Obama
Yobotz on Fri. 01/18/2008

This is taken horribly out of context. He was asked a direct question. Here is the FULL response.

Q: "Would Jesus vote for Obama?"

A: I actually think that statement is a self-evident truth that Christ could not vote for Barack Obama. Obama voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. He has cast a vote three times to allow a practice to go on that allows infant babies, fully born and with no dispute over their humanity or anything else, to be set aside like garbage to die. The simple question I have to ask myself as a person of Christian conscience, is 'would Christ do that?' We know He wouldn't because Christ put special emphasis on the children and spent some of his harshest language about people that would harm children.

Barack Obama has said he is in line 100 percent with the agenda for gay rights, he said he would vote to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act which is aimed at making sure that gay marriage is forced upon all the states in this union. Those views are also inconsistent with the Christian conscience.

Source: Q&A with Southern Illinoisan reporter Sep 13, 2004


 
 
 
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