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Keyes running mate: ‘No way’ a Christian could vote for Obama

A story on Monday’s Fox News Special Report, on ministers challenging IRS regulations on candidate endorsements from the pulpit, featured the Rev. Wiley Drake of First Southern Baptist of Buena Park, California, who is the vice presidential nominee of America’s Independent Party. Drake was shown saying, “According to my Bible and in my opinion, there’s no way in the world a Christian could vote for Barack Hussein Obama.” The report noted Drake’s leading role in challenging the IRS rule, but did not mention that he is a candidate himself, nor did it mention his party’s presidential candidate Alan Keyes.

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  1. G.E. G.E. September 30, 2008

    Yes, the High Holy Church of Paying for your Wife’s Abortion while Cheating on Her has unanimously endorsed Barr.

  2. AnthonyD AnthonyD September 30, 2008

    Arthur,

    I sure hope not.

  3. Arthur DiBianca Arthur DiBianca September 30, 2008

    Does anyone know of a preacher who has endorsed Bob Barr?

  4. Catholic Trotskyist Catholic Trotskyist September 30, 2008

    I briefly admired Drake for challenging the fascist rules on tax exemption and religion, but now I declare him anathema to God. On the contrary, Obama and Chuck Baldwin are the most Christian candidates, much more than Drake’s own Keyes and McCain, or Criminal Nader. The Catholic Trotskyist Party of America, the only political party in the United States that is truly based on Christian theology, has co-nominated Barack H. Obama. Obama stands for the reduction of poverty, the return of family values (even in ways that he can’t say now like being pro-life) and a sane foreign policy based on the teachings of Our Lord Jesus. Glory to God, Amen.

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