Christians Have a Responsibility to Go Vote & Make a Difference A Whittle Bit of Commentary 9/29/14

9/29/14 Transcript (may appear different than audio)

The annual Values Voter Summit took place this weekend that included Senators Rand Paul, David Limbaugh, Eric Erickson, among others speaking, and Senator Ted Cruz winning the straw poll for 2016, not that straw polls matter, but he won it. No doubt Cruz, Paul or someone else would be a great nominee for the Republican Party in 2016. Regardless, of which candidate actually wins the party nomination, it’ll all be for nothing if the base of the G.O.P., conservative Christians don’t go to the polls and vote. In 2012, 4 million Republicans sat at home and didn’t vote. Odds are many of those were Christians. If you are a religious person and you care about the future of the country and where we’re heading, you have a responsibility to go and vote. In fact, I believe you have a responsibility to God to go and vote. He expects you to stand up for morality and one way to do that is to go vote. If you want to make a difference, go vote. I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.


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Posted on September 28, 2014 .