A Georgia Democrat Senate runoff election seems to be inserting identity politics in today’s election according to Georgia news articles which begs a question.
The question is, are we voters listening to news media and voting for candidates who obey the laws of its Constitution or for candidates who are doing what God hates?
Identity Politics Statement
“Does your candidate play “identity politics “and group rights, pandering to various groups just for their vote? Are you aware that America is a nation of individual rights, not group rights? Learning true history rather than revisionist history would have taught us this is a very dangerous slippery slope.
Does your candidate go around pointing the finger at those in power for being “racist “? Do they stir up racial division for their own political gain? The Lord hates “one who sows discord among brothers “says Solomon in Proverbs 6.
Do you vote for a candidate based on their race? This is racism. Policies matter and run far deeper than skin color.
Put down your smartphones, stop allowing social media to further polarize us, love the Lord and love your neighbor and our nation will be transformed for the good of all.
Or continue on the secular: “we’re doing just fine without God “road, and keep compounding the misery.”
“One man-one vote means that if we have a state-wide election, which is what the election of Electors to the Electoral College usually involves, then every locality must apply the same rules for the election as every other locality, and that did not happen. Here is how the Texas Attorney General put it.”
Purpose of This Post
Is to relate the ancient proverb meaning of what God hates for voters to consider about the news media reports and politician’s rhetoric we listen or read about before we vote.
There are six things that the LORD hates, seven that are detestable to Him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, 18a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that run swiftly to evil, a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that run swiftly to evil, a false witness who gives false testimony, and one who stirs up discord among brothers Proverbs 6:16-19)
What’s My Point?
Identity politics has been inserted into the Georgia Senate runoff election today according to an opinion in a Savanah new media.
Congress will meet tomorrow to confirm who won the Presidential Election according to the rules and laws of the Constitution.
My point is to question if we voters are listening to news media and politicians and voting for candidates who engage in doing what God hates and/or not following man’s laws according to the Constitution of the USA when they vote in the elections to take place today and tomorrow?
In My Opinion
We voters in the USA need to consider the following two advices in the news article opinion.
1.“Put down your smartphones, stop allowing social media to further polarize us, love the Lord and love your neighbor and our nation will be transformed for the good of all.
2. Or continue on the secular: “we’re doing just fine without God “road, and keep compounding the misery.”
Read the source links below
Which of the two laws, God or nan is the candidate we voted for engaging in is what God hates or not following the laws of the Constitution?
Which of the two above advices in your opinion based on the 2020 election results are proving to be working “good, or just fine?”
Would we and a candidate of our choice who follows both the laws of God, and man, better serve our Nation by “loving our neighbor and our nation will be transformed for the good of all,” and/or “compounding our misery?”
Regards and goodwill blogging
Savanah Story Opinion – Identity Politics – Georgia January 5, 2021 Election
Citizen Tom Opinion – Constitution Laws – Conges Election January 6, 2021