All of a sudden liberals are interested in ethical consistency. They are most interested in the value voters who identify as Christians. How can these Christians support Donald Trump when he has so many immoral skeletons in his closet?
The following is from Michael Steele, the former chair of the Republican National Committee:
After telling me how to live my life, who to love, what to believe, what not to believe, what to do and what not to do and now you sit back and the prostitutes don’t matter? The grabbing the you-know-what doesn’t matter? The outright behavior and lies don’t matter? Just shut up.
Steele did almost nothing to advance a conservative/constitutional agenda while he served as chairman of the Republican National Committee. He was and is part of the do-nothing GOP establishment. Christians aren’t so much about telling people how to live their lives. We are moral realists. We know sin exists. We are more about being against using the government telling us how to live our lives and using our money to force us to comply.
Michael Steele can love anyone or anything he wants. (Loving people is not the same as having sex with them. Love is not equal to sex.) Steele can believe what he wants. But what he shouldn’t do is force me to accept same-sex sexuality as normal and if I disagree be designated a hater and fined $135,000 for not wanting to advance such behavior through my business.
So, Michael Steele, shut up and stop using government to force me and millions of others to comply with your immoral choices.
What about the charge that Trump paid a former porn star to keep quiet about their relationship? Trump denies it. The former porn star denies it. Trump’s lawyer denies it. Of course, this doesn’t mean that they’re not lying, but when you have the person who supposedly was paid to keep quiet denying the story, what am I supposed to do?
It’s my understanding that if this happened, it happened before Trump was elected President. Such behavior should not be dismissed (if it happened), but there is little or nothing that can be done ex post facto. In biblical terms, Trump’s wife should bring the charge if it’s true.
We were given a choice between a morally flawed woman who claimed to be a Christian whose policies were and are immoral and the policies of a morally flawed man whose policies were more in line with evangelical values than those of Hillary Clinton…
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