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    Don't Miss the Boat

    People may disagree with this man but he seems to be a very smart fellow.



    A MESSAGE FOR CHRISTIANS ABOUT DONALD TRUMP
    Wayne Allyn Root |
    I am a Jew turned evangelical Christian. I am also a passionate supporter of Donald Trump.
    I have a message for Christians who don’t like Donald Trump: “YOU’RE MISSING THE BOAT.”

    Christians have Trump all wrong. God sends messages in many forms. You’re just not listening. God is talking, but your eyes and ears are closed. Here’s a famous joke about God and how he talks to us.

    “A deeply faithful Christian man is stuck on the roof of a home with massive flooding up to 2nd floor. Rowboat comes. He says 'No, I’m waiting for God. I’ve prayed and I know he’s coming.'" 2ndrowboat. “No, I’m waiting for God.” 3rd rowboat. “No, I’m waiting for God.” Water rises. The man drowns. Now he’s meeting God in heaven. The religious man says “Where were you, God? I prayed. I was faithful. I asked you to save me. Why would you abandon me?"
    God says, “Hey dummy, I sent you 3 rowboats. Are you blind?”

    Did you ever consider Trump is our rowboat?
    Maybe God is trying to tell us something important- that now is not the time for a “nice Christian guy” or a “gentleman” or a typical Republican powder puff. Maybe now is the time for a natural born killer, a ruthless fighter, a warrior. Because right about now we need a miracle, or America is finished.

    Maybe the rules of gentleman don’t apply here. Maybe a gentleman and “all-around nice Christian” would lead us to slaughter.
    Or do you want another Mitt Romney, Bob Dole, John McCain, Gerald Ford or Paul Ryan? Did any of them win? Did they lead the GOP to “the promised land?” Did they change the direction of America? No, because if you don’t win, you have no say.

    Paul Ryan couldn’t even deliver his own state Wisconsin!
    And as leader of the House, Paul Ryan rolls over to Obama like my dog rolls over for a scrap of food, or a steak bone. He’s a useful idiot. Nice, but obedient. I mean Paul Ryan…not my dog. My dog is actually a pretty good defender and loyal.


    Maybe God is knocking on your door so loud, but you’re not listening. Maybe God understands we need a "war leader" at this moment. Maybe God understands if we don’t win this election, America is dead. It’s over. The greatest nation in world history will be gone. Finished. Kaput. Adios.
    And with one last breath, maybe what we need to save us at the last second, is someone different. Someone you haven’t ever experienced before- because you weren’t raised in rough and tumble New York where nothing good gets accomplished unless you're combative, aggressive, outrageous, on offense at all times, and maybe just a tad arrogant too.

    Someone with a personality you’ve never seen on stage at your church.
    Maybe, just maybe, being a nice gentlemanly Christian would not beat Hillary, and her billion dollars, and her best friends in the media who will unleash the dogs of hell upon the GOP nominee.

    I guess you think God is only nice and gentlemanly. Really? Then you’ve missed the whole point of the Bible. When necessary God is a pretty tough guy. When necessary, God strikes with pain, death and destruction. When necessary, God inflicts vengeance.
    Maybe you think God couldn't possibly be associated with someone like Trump. Trump is too vicious, rude and crude.
    When we won WWII, was God "nice?" Were we gentlemanly when defeating Hitler? Were we gentlemanly when firebombing Germany? Were we gentlemanly when dropping atomic bombs on Japan? Is God ever "nice" on the battlefield? Or does he send us SOB’s like General George S. Patton, so the good guys can defeat evil?

    It’s pretty clear to me God sends unique people to be "war leaders." That’s a different role than a pastor or church leader. God understands that.
    Maybe God purposely sent Trump instead of the nice Republican powder puffs like Paul Ryan, or Mitt Romney, or John Kasich because he wants us to win.
    And maybe it’s time to re-define “nice.” Maybe Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan aren’t nice at all- because they led us to defeat. And losing again would mean the end of America. And God can’t allow that.
    Maybe Romney and Ryan mean well, but the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
    Or maybe they’re just jealous they had their chance and blew it. Maybe they’d rather help elect Hillary than allow a Trump victory that would make them look weak, feckless and incompetent.

    I was reading the Bible this morning and I found the perfect verse that explains the success of Donald Trump…
    "Even the youths shall faint and be weary, And the young men shall utterly fall, But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength;They shall mount up with wings like eagles,They shall run and not be weary,They shall walk and not faint." (Isiah 40:30-31)
    It’s almost like God created this verse for Donald Trump and this moment in history.
    Trump is our energy. More energy than any candidate EVER. He took on the 16 best candidates in GOP history...all younger than him...all with better political credentials...and destroyed them with his energy. You mean that kind of energy in a 70-year old isn't inspired by God?
    Trump renews our strength. Or does the all-time record turnout and all-time record votes for a GOP presidential primary candidate not define “strength?"
    With Trump we mount up with wings like eagles. With Trump as our leader there is nothing we can’t do. Any man that can build skyscrapers in Manhattan and vanquish 16 presidential opponents, while spending almost nothing…can lead us to the heights of eagles.
    With Trump we run, we are not weary. Just when we get tired of the fight against Obama, Hillary, big government, big business, big media, big unions...just when it all seems impossible to overcome the powerful forces of evil... along comes Trump to re-energize us.
    Trump inspires us. Trump gives us hope. Trump gives us confidence in victory. Trump gives us just a touch of arrogance. Maybe God understands that’s exactly what we need right at this late stage to save America.

    So let me repeat my message to Christians: “YOU’RE MISSING THE BOAT.”
    God is about miracles. We don’t need a “nice guy” or a “gentleman” right now. It’s the 4th quarter and we’re losing 14-0. We need a miracle.
    I believe Trump is our miracle. I believe Trump is our rowboat. Except he’s more like a battleship!

    No one is saying Trump is perfect. No one is saying Trump is a perfect conservative. But he is a patriot. He is a warrior. He is a capitalist. He is the right man, at the right time.

    Yes, he's a bit rude and crude and offensive. But that may make him the perfect warrior to save America, American exceptionalism, capitalism and Judeo-Christian values.

    Someone asked, "Will you be able to look your children and grandchildren in the eye and tell them why you allowed a liar, thief, murderer to be elected?"

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    Howdy,

    Gee, so what's your point?

    Paul
    I'm so Liberal that I work at the Bill and Hillary Clinton Regional Airport!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stengun View Post
    Howdy,

    Gee, so what's your point?

    Paul
    I knew you would miss the point. Apparently you must be ultra-liberal but that is OK, everybody is entitled to make mistakes!

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    I can see your point clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxytwo View Post
    I can see your point clearly.
    Except you don't see "his" point, you see someone else's point. He doesn't even comment to say if he agrees, or why he agrees with someone else's viewpoint.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    Howdy,

    Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    Except you don't see "his" point, you see someone else's point. He doesn't even comment to say if he agrees, or why he agrees with someone else's viewpoint.
    +1!

    OG totally missed my point.

    Paul
    I'm so Liberal that I work at the Bill and Hillary Clinton Regional Airport!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stengun View Post
    Howdy,



    +1!

    OG totally missed my point.

    Paul
    You had a point? Gee, that is a first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldgrunt View Post
    You had a point? Gee, that is a first!

    You failed to make a point when you started the thread, now you criticize others for not making a point.... that's rich old man... and yes he did make the point that you didn't make a point... kinda pointless ain't it
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    You failed to make a point when you started the thread, now you criticize others for not making a point.... that's rich old man... and yes he did make the point that you didn't make a point... kinda pointless ain't it
    XD: You are absolutely correct in that I did not make any comment other than the article. I assumed (obviously incorrectly) that the tenor of the article would also imply my feelings, otherwise, why make the post? I keep forgetting the lack of ability he, or anyone else, has to discern any meaning from the written word. I guess the liberal mindset makes an impenetrable wall for interpretation of anything contrary to Her Hillaryness and leftist ideology. Sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldgrunt View Post
    XD: You are absolutely correct in that I did not make any comment other than the article. I assumed (obviously incorrectly) that the tenor of the article would also imply my feelings, otherwise, why make the post? I keep forgetting the lack of ability he, or anyone else, has to discern any meaning from the written word. I guess the liberal mindset makes an impenetrable wall for interpretation of anything contrary to Her Hillaryness and leftist ideology. Sad!
    Which does not comply with the rules for the P&N forum.

    Per Calvin:
    If you are going to post a news article that is fine, but I don't want stories blindly posted. Add some original thoughts or at least make an attempt to. I will be locking threads without commentary in the OP.

    Calvin
    So you blindly post a wall of text of someone else's views without a comment or even a link. Then try to justify by insulting the reading comprehension of others, when in fact you clearly have the same reading comprehension problems when it comes to following the rules.

    OBTW sometimes people post links or articles that they disagree with but have the courtesy to express why they disagree.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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