Election 2008

Americans were warned that not electing the 2012 Republican presidential candidate would have consequences, but probably didn’t expect the Donald Trump phenomenon to be one of them. Like begets like, but an extreme begets its opposite. Barack Obama was the anti-Bush, an airy highbrow of

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Some readers of Sincerely Amanda might remember the satirical literary lashing I gave to third-party candidates, their supporters and any who refused to vote in the 2008 Presidential Election.  Well, I called it like I saw it regarding any who turned their noses up at

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As this Election comes to an end, I would like to share with readers why such political experiences so deeply affect me. I didn’t think anything of politics and government until Election 2000, when I was a 10 year old child.  I didn’t really have

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There are many fine Christians that have taken opposite sides in this Presidential Election.  I have no desire to drive a wedge between myself and them because of politics, seeing that they may very well be right on other issues and valuable allies in the faith.  However, there

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…To fight for righteousness!  Let us fight and win!  I can’t help but share another thoughtful say in the matter of this historic Presidential Election that I found… Voting In Faith by Pastor James McDonald Wilson on Palin by Pastor James McDonald The Republican National Convention

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…When the Evangelical Christian Conservatives sided with the Socialist Liberals.  I am in deep anguish to see it.  There are so many other things I want to write about and yet I cannot shake the dire straits of this Election from my mind.  I think

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Well, today was my 18th birthday.  I believe my littlest siblings were more excited about it than I was (cake and celebrations are so fresh and new in their young minds). When I was but 10 I often said, “I only have 8 years left

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