Christian voter guide – made by The christian Coalition. You might find it amusing.
I went to their website and filled out all of the required forms – so you wont have to. If you wish you can get your own copy of this Christian voter guide. They also have state versions – they should also be very funny.
I know I have some christian readers (thanks for stopping in) so, I want to ask, are these the most important issues for you? We have Abortion, school prayer, taxes, guns, abortion, same-sex marriage, Jerusalem, abortion. I don’t see anything about feeding the poor, helping the homeless, educating all children etc…
This Christian voter guide also has some problems. Often voter guides will list actual bills and show how each person voted. It is very hard to compare the President and a former Govenor. I think they would also not like some parts of Romney’s voting record from Massachusetts. So, in classic christian style – just ignore the parts you don’t like.
They have their cute little disclaimer at the bottom….
Each candidate was sent a 2012 Issue Survey by mail and/or facsimile (Fax) machine.
A fax? You may have sent a fax? What is this the 80’s?
When possible, positions of candidates on issues were verified or determined using voting records and/or public statements (an “*” indicates such materials were used).
Every answer below (except the one unknown) has a freakin’ “*”. So I guess they just made this all up because no one responded to their stupid fax.
This voter guide is provided for educational purposes only…
You mean for entertainment purposes only? Not very educational but, it is KINDA funny.
…and is not to be construed as an endorsement of any candidate or party.
Yeah! Because that would be illegal. There is no preference here (wink, wink) so, move along citizen.
Christian Voter Guide
There are many problems with the candidates positions but, this is the one that jumped out to me.
Voluntary prayer in public schools and facilities
The Christian voter guide says that President Obama “Opposes*” this. At best this is twisted logic turned into an appeal of the christian persecution complex. At worst it is a lie. While President Obama supports the idea of separation of Church and State he, has never opposed voluntary prayer.
No one is taking away your right to pray or read you little book. actually, things might be a whole lot better if christians actually read the bible.
Take a look at the guide and tell us what problems you see and share them in the comments below.