Voting on abortion and gay marriage

Over the course of this election, we heard many political speeches and debates as the potential candidates square off. Within the context of the speeches you will hear different views on the economy, taxes, foreign policy, national defense, unemployment, welfare, national health care, environment issues and all kinds of political rhetoric. So how do you go about selecting a candidate to cast your vote for? Let me give you some key indicators of that candidateâÄôs true character. Abortion. Even if you are indifferent on the abortion issue, you should never vote for a pro-choice candidate. When a politician is pro-choice, it should tell you three things: First, that person doesnâÄôt value life. They will sacrifice human life to solve lesser problems âÄî or for political gain. Second, they donâÄôt acknowledge GodâÄôs absolute moral values; therefore, they are not trustworthy people. Third, their greed and selfish ambitions are so great that they are willing to condone and support what they know to be wrong in their hearts, for the sake of money and political gain. If a politician will shed innocent blood for money and political gain, what wonâÄôt they compromise? Support of homosexual marriages. A person who supports homosexual marriages is a person who has no value for the traditional family and canâÄôt be counted on to support it. This candidate has rejected GodâÄôs absolute moral standards and is disobedient to divine law for political and financial gain. If they canâÄôt obey divine law, will they obey civil law? Years ago, there were no moral differences between the two parties. Now, the Republican Party is pro-life and pro-family and the Democratic Party is pro-abortion and for homosexual marriages, both called abominations in the Bible. Select the pro-life candidates; they will serve you, our state and our country the best. Don Werner Northfield