A very perplexing upcoming election

    I usually don’t talk religion or politics in my column, but I must say this upcoming election has me perplexed. I’ve listened to most of the speeches; there’s not much else on T.V. I’ve watched the conventions, and listened to the lame blastings from both parties, and don’t want to vote for either candidate. I’m hoping for a dark horse at the last minute, just to not have either liar in office.
    Someone told me that the two running for president are good friends. That he is running and acting like he is to help get her in. I find that hard to believe, but then we have had showmen in office before, so I guess it wouldn’t be a surprise. I personally like the running mates they both have chosen for vice-president. God forbid anything would happen to either, these vice-presidential candidates could certainly fill the bill of taking over as president.

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“Jesus did not simply die to save us from our sins; Jesus lived to save us from our sins. His life and teaching show us the way to liberation.” (Rachel Held Evans, Inspired, p. 155)