Voter seeking Pro-Life politicians

For the past 35 years, I have voted in the Provincial and Federal elections, based on my God-given conscience

For the past 35 years, I have voted in the Provincial and Federal elections, based on my God-given conscience.

For example, if a candidate who is known for their endorsement of murder and immorality is in the political race, would you vote for that party or individual?

Well, I can only vote for the individual, if that person will stand up and be vocal in their party, for the issues and concerns that are truly of the utmost importance.

The Conservative Party has refused to address the slaughter of unborn children, conveniently sugar coated under the title ‘abortion.’

Their endorsement of sexual immorality and their attempt to change God’s sanctification of marriage between a man and a woman, into something else, will be our downfall.

NDP and Liberal Party policy also support the slaughter of God’s unborn children and the destruction of God’s Laws of marriage, while approving, Sodomy.

Unfortunately, many will vote for issues such as health care and extra money in their pockets, pipelines, environment, refugees or someone’s legal problems.

Like us today, cities and nations in the past hid issues of murder and immorality, placing them on the back burner of least importance, and we know what became of them. The decisions we make now, may decide our future for a long time

Kelvin Bond

 

 

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