No More Democrats

Note: I now have a Facebook page for No More Democrats.

No More Democrats

First, let me be clear. I am neither Republican nor Democrat. I have issues with both parties. If there’s a party I find myself mostly closely aligned with, it’s the Constitution Party, but the reality is that no one from that party stands a chance of being elected, so I need to vote smartly. I need to vote against Democrats.

I don’t understand why people vote for Democrats, especially Christians. It’s a party built around non-Christian principles, and at times has been specifically anti-Christian. It bills itself as the party of compassion, but in reality, many of it’s policies hurt people and families. And they don’t care!

So here are just a few reasons why people should vote against Democrats at every level of government:

  1. Democrats Boo God at Convention

  2. Supporter (Democrat) Omits ‘Under God’ From Pledge While Introducing Hillary Clinton

  3. Democrat sees air conditioners as a threat equal to ISIS

  4. Democrats defend Planned Parenthood despite illegally profiting from the selling of aborted baby parts

  5. DNC Wikileaks hack reveals CNN in bed with Democrats.

  6. Pro-gun Democrats silenced as party veers left on Second Amendment

  7. Democrat Congressional Candidate Thinks 9/11 Was ‘One of the Greatest Events in Human History

  8. Liberal EPA admits breaking the law

  9. Road to urban despair paved by Democrats

  10. Democrats and Satanists agree that abortion is good

  11. The Illegal Immigration Problem Is A Democrat Problem « Reflection On Plumb

Let’s see #NoMoreDemocrats in office.

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J. Alan Doak

J. Alan Doak is a blogger, reader, writer, news junkie, and student of the Bible. He is married and has three grown children. He holds a bachelor's degree in Pastoral Studies, and has blogged sporadically at this website, Reflection on Plumb, over several years.

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