- Posted October 28, 2012 by
Watertown, New York
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Will Women and 'God' Really Be Represented If Romney Wins?
Will the lesser among us be cared for if Romney wins the Presidential election?
Or will the 'Hunger Games' of the GOP continue from the Bush years?
Bush has been suspiciously missing from this year's election process.
What should be debated is, "why so many Christian fundamentalists have sided with Romney, a Mormon, up until now, thought to be a cult religion".
When you look squarely at the Republican policies can any Christian actually say that they represent what God would want?
In order to get Christians to vote for Romney, President Obama has been attacked with accusations of not really being a Christian.
He's been called a socialist. The 'Right' has said he's secretly a Muslim.
Now I don't believe there's anything wrong with being either a Mormon or Muslim or Christian, except when you use the fact that you're one of the three and point to the other two and say that that should disqualify you.
No religion is better than another.
But some still think one is better than another. (Psss..It's the same God)
Romney has stood with Mourdock, a man that says "God's gift of pregnancy as a result of a rape should be embraced".
Does the GOP now speak for God?
Who's being divisive in this campaign?
You know someone by their acts of kindness and forgiveness. (Or lack of)
No modern women can stand with the Republican Party as long as they embrace these views on women.
It's barbaric and certainly doesn't represent Christian views or God's views for that matter.
Recent polls have suggested that women are splitting their vote between Romney and Obama. How do the pollsters come to this conclusion?
I have talked to several women, on both sides of the political spectrum.
No women I've spoken to says she's voting for Romney simply because of the women's rights concerns.
If Romney's views were different, many have said they would vote for him for fiscally conservative reasons. But they can't bring themselves to vote against women's interests.
So whomever is doing the polling on women still supporting women have to have problem with the type of group they are polling.
The GOP has been hijacked by the extremists and more people are leaving what was once a more inclusive party.
God, it's said, loves everyone, including the 'sinners'- whomever you believe the 'sinners' to be.
I don't see this 'inclusiveness' being a part of the GOP platform anymore.
The 'Teapublican tail' is now wagging the once moderate GOP.