Towards the end of the year, you often hear, “Jesus is the reason for the season.” but some have apparently made the call to embody the sentiment a wee bit sooner than usual.
Case in point: 1.6 million folks have pledged to cast their ballots for neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney and, instead, plan on voting for Jesus.
Yes, Jesus, although it’s currently unclear whether God or the Holy Spirit will be written in as Christ’s running mate.
Who would be crazy enough to essentially waste their vote in such an all too important presidential election? Evangelical Christians, of course.
Why so surly about their choices? In their eyes, Obama is nothing more than a secret Allah-loving socialist who wants to help them buy health insurance and has the nerve to be Black while trying to do so. Meanwhile, Romney is the second-worst thing right behind being Black and left of center on sparse occasions: a Mormon.
Writer Bruce Wilson explains that after evangelist Billy Graham earned “epic fail” honors after a not so great pitch to Protestant evangelical voters to lend support to the first ever Mormon Republican presidential contender, evangelist Bill Keller of the Internet ministry liveprayer.com passionately wrote in all caps: “CHRISTIANS MUST TAKE A STAND AND SAY ‘NO’ TO SATAN THIS NOVEMBER!!!”
What’s the alternative? Keller declared: “Vote for Jesus!”
So far, more than a million of the fold have pledged to do so. Yes, take a gander over at voteforjesus.com and you’ll see that 1,646,680 and growing are voting for civilization’s most famous sandal wearer.
The site overall is quite the cackle:
It is time for Christians, true followers of Jesus Christ, to rise up and say NO to satan this November! As I prophetically shared last November, if God allowed the upcoming election for President to be between President Obama and Mitt Romney, it would truly be satan flipping a two-headed coin with his head on both sides!