Greg Moore never “worked” for the National Park Service, but if he had, he says it would have taught him not to vote, because
we aren’t supposed to feed the bears, err I mean politicians. Seems every time we feed them they keep coming back.
Prior to the election many of the most prominent American Christian “leaders” were imploring their congregations to “VOTE, VOTE, VOTE, VOTE, VOTE, VOTE, VOTE, VOTE, VOTE!” This seems to be rather self defeating from my view as there is no reciprocity from the very institution they are encouraging their congregations to further empower. The government in turn never says to the public GO TO CHURCH, GO TO CHURCH, GO TO CHURCH!
Stunningly astute, is it not? No wonder the Feds never employed him: waaaaay too perspicacious!
The government openly discourages the Christian faith in the form of natural law from having any guiding impact on modern policy and governance.
Yes, it does. Are you listening, “patriotic” Parson Goat?
Why are these Christian “leaders” encouraging their congregations to empower an entity that seeks to take the place of God in their lives?
For the same reason that they listened to said entity when it “suggested” that they close the church.
These same “leaders” couldn’t muster even an ounce of courage to keep their churches open for Easter by simply saying “JOIN US IN PERSON” but they had no qualms encouraging their congregations to vote in person. I guess their real message is it’s not only ok but necessary to worship the state in person but as for the Lord not so much.
Ironic, isn’t it? And so absolutely, heartbreakingly sinful.8:48 pm on November 5, 2020