Should we trust a candidate for President if they don’t or won’t answer a question before we vote?

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The Chicago Tribune article titled: Can Biden be Trusted? Voters have a right to know centers on one thought regarding if the question about Biden’s son emails.

“I don’t think anybody is saying they are inauthentic.”

In another article titled: Biden’s contemptible message to voters and the media:

“It’s none of your business”: begs another question.

Do voters have a right to know the answer or is it none of our business to know before we vote?

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient proverb on the two words, trust and heart for voters to discern about the following proverb which relates to trust when they go into the voter’s booth, in my opinion.

King Solomon.

Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight. Be not wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and turn away from evil. (Proverbs 3:5-7)

my son, do not go along with them, do not set foot on their paths; (Proverb 1:15)

What’s My Point?

Which candidate should you turn away from who you consider evil or foolish in your heart?

My point is if a candidate will not answer a question directly before he is elected, should we ask ourselves if the question is our right to know before we vote, or is the question really “none of our business.”

In My Opinion

I as a father can understand why every father in his heart wants to help his son or daughter succeed on their path in life.

However, if a father wants his son to succeed, should the issue of the choice of path of his father chooses be a good rather than evil, or wise or foolish?

If we do not know, how can we trust him or her when we discern in the voter’s booth which candidate to choose to lead our Nation in the next four years

To answer this question and how it relates to the meaning of the above proverbs, perhaps we need to read the Spiritual meaning and explanation of the above proverb about making good or evil, or wise or foolish choices that may leads to death of a person’s soul when we trust and choose to “walk with them.”

If Interested

Read the Source Links below

You Decide

Is it a voter’s right or business to know what path direction a candidate, even if we never know what is in his heart, before we decide to vote and choose to trust it is good or evil, or wise or foolish path “when we walk with them?

Regards and goodwill blogging.

Source Links

Can Joe Biden be Trusted?

Biden’s Contemptable Message?

Meaning of Proverb 3:5