Voting for Evil
According to most conservative, evangelical, and fundamentalist Christians, Democrats are evil, and voting for Democrats means voting for evil.
I certainly can’t disagree with this. After all, the Democratic Party is the party of socialism, collectivism, paternalism, statism, abortion on demand (at taxpayer expense if they can get away with it), LGBTQ “rights,” social justice, economic egalitarianism, feminism, environmentalism, climate change, green energy, universal healthcare, affirmative action, government regulations, higher taxes, welfare, organized labor, public education, anti-discrimination laws, defunding the police, and alternative lifestyles.
What these Christians fail to see—ignorantly or willingly—is that the Republican Party is not just the stupid party, it is likewise evil, and voting for Republicans means—in most cases—voting for evil. Don’t believe me? See the scores of articles I have written over the past seventeen years about the Republican Party. But enough about what some Christians see as God’s Own Party.
There is another way that these Christians say that people vote for evil. This is when elected officials or voters in a state vote against what can be described as moral values or family values.
Now, we are not talking about abortion, which is certainly a great evil. I am referring to what libertarians call victimless
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