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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2012 5:01 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

DAILY DOOM ANTIDOTE: Solid proof Obama is planning a concession speech event for November 6th Election Night — 10/18/2012 –
I’ve written before about the fact that Barack Obama was not planning another big Election Night victory party in Grant Park here in Chicago like the spectacle he put on in 2008, because no one I know in the Parks Department or in the event planning community had anything on their radar for Grant Park that night.  Because of the permitting and union rules that plague any event in this City (which wouldn’t be waived even for Obama, due to liability and insurance issues the City would face if anything went wrong and permitting was not followed to the “T”) we would have known a few weeks ago if Obama expected another win and was going to celebrate in Chicago again.  That massive Grant Park victory rally took a while to plan and involved far too many vendors for anything similar to be replicated this year without people already knowing.

I’ve suspected for some time that Obama was going to plan for a concession speech on November 6th, but last night final confirmation arrived in the form of leaked news that the Obama election night event is being staged in private McCormick Place, not a big public setting like Grant Park.

Let me put this as clearly as I can because it’s crucial:  if Democrats really thought Barack Obama was going to be reelected, then they would have planned a massive rally in Grant Park again; the fact this is not happening is proof that, despite what you hear coming out of the Ministry of Truth that is the national media, the Democrats really do not expect Obama to win this election. Campaign operatives in Chicago are, thus, making appropriate preparations for his imminent defeat.
Instead of Grant Park, Obama’s apparently going to have his election night event at McCormick Place…the convention center here in Chicago.

Let me explain a few things about McCormick Place that you could intimate from the photo above:

* it’s separated from the City by highways and is hard to reach by anyone traveling on foot from the various “El” trains that service Chicago…which indicates this event is not intended for throngs of Obama supporters.

* there are no buses that readily service McCormick Place like they do Grant Park…so once again, this event is not being planned for the public to come and celebrate with Obama.

* McCormick Place is completely indoors and is a venue that Democrats can easily control in terms of the camera angles and stagecraft of the event…which is a big deal because losing campaigns choose small, isolated places to hold concession speeches while winning candidates are feted on election night in, well, places like Grant Park.
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I present these thoughts from Wm Dwight McKissic, Sr., pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Arlington, TX. as food for thought:

Evangelist Billy Graham historically has been a highly respected figure in the Black Community. Long before it was popular, he insisted on his meetings being racially inclusive, befriended Black preachers (including Dr. King) and singers and publically disagreed with Dr. W.A. Criswell’s segregation views, prior to his “open door” conversion. Billy Graham was highly regarded in the home I grew up in and viewed as a man whose heart was in the right place regarding issues of race.

However, Billy Graham’s recent departure from his lifelong practice of not engaging in partisan politics, and his removing the Mormon Religion from his website as a cult has generated a lot of discussion among Black pastors. The impression Graham’s decision leaves is that for the sake of electing Mitt Romney as President, he is willing to declassify Mormonism as a cult and engage in partisan politics for the first time in 94 years of living.

The question many are asking is, “why”? And, why now? If nominal Southern Baptists as Bill Clinton and Al Gore occupied the White House at the curret moment, the question is would Billy Graham have made the same decision? Even Ed Stetzer and Richard Land have taken a softer view on labeling Mormonism as a cult. Why? Stetzer and Land want to label Mormonism a fourth great world religion. Why? Unbelievable! Are Southern Baptists that desperate to elect Mitt Romney?

The Southern Baptist Convention unanimously approved a resolution condemning President Obama’s position on gay marriage and his view of equating gay rights with civil rights—but refused to even bring to the floor for a vote a resolution condemning racism in Mormon documents. The question is why would Southern Baptists approve of one, while rejecting the other?

Could it be that on both sides of the racial divide, that our theology is driven more by race, culture and economics than it is by theology, righteousness and the common good? The SBC’s refusal to condemn Mormon racist text aligns itself with the BGEA declassification of Mormonism being a cult. Both decisions were driven by placing partisan politics above theological integrity and accuracy. (source)
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

October 2012
A recent survey among Protestant pastors indicates concerns within that group over Mitt Romney's Mormon faith have diminished.
The LifeWay Research study of pastors at 1,000 Protestant churches found that 57 percent plan to vote for Romney, compared to 17 percent for Obama; 22 percent remain undecided (see first graph below). LifeWay Research president Ed Stetzer says it is probably a surprising shift for a lot of people.

"[Among some Protestant pastors] many used very strong words during the primaries about how they wouldn't vote for Governor Romney ...," notes the researcher. "[But] Protestant pastors are voting for Governor Romney at a higher level than they indicated on an earlier sample for Senator [John] McCain -- and the support for President Obama has also declined as well [since 2008], and the Mormonism has not been a factor for most people."

In earlier studies, including one conducted in 2011, three out of four Protestant pastors indicated they did not see Mormonism as a Christian religion. Stetzer says that seems to be a mainstream Protestant, evangelical view. But the latest stats show little influence.

"Now, there's always the mix -- mainline, evangelical," he explains. "Those who aren't voting for Governor Romney generally are not doing so related to his Mormon faith." (See second graph below)
82% of pastors who identify as Republican plan to vote for Romney; 80 percent who consider themselves Democrats plan to vote for Obama; and 47 percent who are Independent plan to vote for Romney.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 11:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mitt Romney The Golden Calf - Christians Voting For Mormons

Looks like the Dems will retain control of the Senate.
Pt being that if Romney wins, then you'll have a Mormon in the White House, and a Mormon(Harry Reid) leading the Senate. And to boot throw in a Roman Catholic(John Boehner) retaining his Speaker of the House assuming the Repubs maintain control of the House.
Yes, all of this is rigged, but nonetheless you'll have 2 Mormons working hand-in-hand if this scenerio plays out.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Saints Alive and The Decker Report
November, 2012  Ed Decker

I will try to make this short and to the point.  I have taken a different direction in my radio programming for the rest of the year. I will describe the new programming below in my message.

As we all now know, all the hype of the elections has brought us a continuation of the last four years and while Romney was defeated, the LDS church has made huge gains in their acceptability as a regular Christian group.  
They have reworked their missionary program to now take kids right out of high school instead of giving them a few extra years to mature.  

According to their own PR, this means that there will be up to 100,000 Mormon missionaries roaming the street of the world, bringing their message of false doctrine to the world.

In one news article, the LDS spokesperson stated that now was the time to take advantage of the "Mormon Moment" of national acceptability and hit the streets in the USA while people wanted to know more about Romney's faith.
This means we will be busier than ever responding to the folks who want to know more about what they "Really" believe.

If I said that we can really use some people to partner with us financially and in prayer, it would be a very real understatement.
Would you pray about helping us in the ministry outreach to those lost in spiritual darkness? It is a heavy load to carry. We need your help today.
Your brother in Christ,
Ed Decker

Churchianity made a big mistake by openly embracing Romney, and putting the leaven of politics over the word of God. It was one thing to endorse Bush II, but this particular case is much different and far worse.

Gal_5:1  Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.

Philippians_1:27  Only let your conversation be as it becometh the gospel of Christ: that whether I come and see you, or else be absent, I may hear of your affairs, that ye stand fast in one spirit, with one mind striving together for the faith of the gospel;

2Th_2:15  Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by word, or our epistle.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 9:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I know the election is long over, but especially with the attitude Churchianity showed before the election, this thing isn't going away anytime soon(and for that matter too, just from reading posts from various popular mainstream Christian/end times boards, it's pretty disturbing how they're continueing to mock Obama voters while justifying themselves voting for Romney)...

Mormon Ad Campaign Could Confuse Christians, Ex-Mormon Warns

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is on a mission to win the hearts and minds of the American people. A new ad campaign was launched in New York City’s Times Square last week with the intention of rebranding the Mormon faith as “normal.”


Mormons see bright side to election despite Mitt Romney’s defeat

Mitt Romney might not have won, but he demonstrated that being a Mormon, like her, was no barrier to winning the nation’s highest office.

“His faith was not a factor in the election at all. Maybe that means that people are beginning to realize that Mormons are more mainstream than they thought,” she said.


A new era

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has entered a new era after Romney’s run for president.

Romney campaign a win for Mormons

No one would argue that prejudice and misunderstanding have disappeared.

But Mormons no longer stand alone against insults to their church; leaders of other faiths join them in protest. Christians who once spoke about Mormonism only to condemn it now also acknowledge the church’s dedication to family, charity and community service.

Until recently, prominent Christian preachers risked their standing in their communities by appearing at the Salt Lake Tabernacle. That backlash has since diminished. And ministries such as the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association are discouraging conservative Christians from calling the LDS church a cult, a theological term with a specific meaning for Christians that morphed over the years into a broad rebuke.

“I think this change in tone is significant, but it will be interesting to see how it plays out in the long run,” said J.B. Haws, a historian at Brigham Young University who researches public perception of the LDS church.


Romney's campaign helped America accept Mormonism, reporter says

Coppins told KSL Newsradio he believes the so-called "Mormon moment" is far from over - that the impact of Romney's campaign could well be that what was once "weird" to those who are unfamiliar with the LDS faith is now accepted as part of the mainstream.

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Mitt Romney 2016? There's a 'movement afoot' to make it happen, says GOP governor

Third time's the charm?

With the midterm elections almost upon us, the 2016 guessing game is kicking into high gear. And in the latest iteration, The Washington Post reports Sunday that Mitt Romney is quietly emerging as a top GOP campaign surrogate this year and thus raising speculation that he will throw his hat into the ring once more.

Despite Romney's insistence he won't run again, his loaded schedule has his old backers "yearning for him to give it a go and arguing that he would be a stronger candidate than last time."

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead (R), whom Romney recently endorsed for reelection, said in an interview that Romney remains the GOP's best hope of winning back the White House.

Asked whether he and other Republican officials are coalescing around Romney as a 2016 favorite, Mead said: "There is a movement afoot. . . . I'd tell him, 'Governor Romney, people here in Wyoming and around the country would encourage you to take another look at it.'" [The Washington Post]

The Romney 2016 speculation has percolated since last year, though it's gained momentum of late as other potential GOP candidates fizzled or became embroiled in scandal. A few admittedly early polls have found Romney running competitively in a GOP primary too, further fueling speculation he would be a formidable candidate should he run again.
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I am afraid it'd be easy to see Romney as a savior now that Obama has destroyed this nation.
But he is Mormon, which is Satanism - so he is not a savior.
The white horse of Revelation 6 is an antichrist, not Jesus Christ.

There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves,
lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient, unholy, without love,
unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, treacherous,
having a form of godliness but denying its power.
2 Timothy 3  excerpted
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Mormons’ close-knit nature, values drive them to GOP
Republicans can count on LDS vote more than nearly any demographic.

Since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, Mormon voters have become more and more ensconced in the Republican Party, to the point that today they represent the most reliable, cohesive bloc of voters for the GOP of nearly any demographic.

The reason for the shift, argue three scholars in a new book on the topic, is that Mormons live in a tight-knit, insular subculture that sets itself at odds with the evolving social norms and shares conservative social values.

Since the 1960s, cultural politics have focused on patriotism, gender roles, the sexual revolution, abortion, same-sex marriage, religion and race.

"On each one, Mormons hold conservative attitudes that over time have come to align much more closely with the Republican Party," argue authors David Campbell of Notre Dame University, John C. Green from the University of Akron and Quin Monson of LDS Church-owned Brigham Young University in their new book, "Seeking the Promised Land."

The authors traced the evolution of Mormon politics — from a time when church founder Joseph Smith ran his own presidential campaign, through a period of isolation after the Mormons’ flight to Utah, to a re-entry into the political system after statehood when Mormons leaned to the Democrats, and up to the 2012 election, when a member of the faith, Mitt Romney, was the Republican nominee.

According to their research, 65 percent of Mormons identify as Republicans, and the figure is even higher — 79 percent — for those who are "very active" in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

"There is no reason to think the lock that the Republican Party has had on the Mormon vote is going to change in the short to medium term," Campbell said in an interview. "The reason I say that is because I think one of our interesting findings in the book is young Mormons are more likely to be Republican than old Mormons."

Age and political leaning » That statistic bucks the general trend. In fact, the research showed that Latter-day Saints over age 65 are much more likely than younger ones to be Democrats — a holdover from their politically formative years when Mormons split their votes among Republicans and Democrats.

Fifty-one percent of Mormons over age 65 are Republicans, compared to 69 percent of those under 30.

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