History in the making.
High passions. Huge decisions. Free Donuts.
Here's something that is frustrating to me. In talking with several friends over the past few weeks, I know it's not just in my head.
This is such a highly-charged election that everyone who IS decided is very strongly decided. And that's fine. I enjoy a debate with a friend who disagrees when we both know why we are making our choices. It's healthy and good.
However, a lot of the time, it seems as though it's just not ok for a Christian to be a Democrat. There, I said it.
If you're talking to someone else who agrees with you, it's fine. But, quite often if you voice your opinion in a mixed setting there will be anger and heated arguments.
The thing is, it just feels as though it's ok for Christians to be loud about being a Republican, but if you disagree, you have to be quiet about it. It just seems unbalanced.
Is it just me? I wouldn't even necessarily say I'm one or the other, but fall somewhere in between.
I don't want to start any arguments here. If you even want to comment anonymously, that's ok too.
That's all I've got to say. I'm not at all afraid to voice my opinion, but I don't like feeling as though I'm an idiot for having it. Frankly, both sides are right and both sides are wrong!
Regardless, make sure you punch your card. Pull the lever. Make your choice.
Let's just hope that this country will be able to find unity on Wednesday. Because regardless of who wins, I think that is what we really need around here. Take off your bumper stickers and let's move on together.
(climbs down from soapbox)