Y’know, I’ve been pretty critical of Judge Roy Moore in the past. Yeah, he’s a religious zealot who wiped his ass with the constitution in order to force his religious views into a secular arena, but here’s one thing his supporters and I agree on : Bush is an awful president :
Readers have asked, why are you supporting Roy Moore for President? Isn’t George W. Bush a conservative? Isn’t he a Christian? Why can’t you support George W. Bush’s re-election campaign?
It is true that when he first came into office, George W. Bush offered hope for many traditional Christians that he would enact policies that would support the effort to make America a God-centered nation once more.
To put it simply: Bush let us down. He broke his promises.
It’s hard for us to turn our back on the man who had given us so much hope, but the fact is that George W. Bush has already turned his back on us.
The following are just a few of the ways that George W. Bush has betrayed America’s traditional conservatives.
George W. Bush betrayed Roy Moore. When Justice Roy Moore and his supporters declared that the Ten Commandments have a place in the America’s courts of law, George W. Bush cut and run. Bush pretended that he didn’t even know us, like Peter denying Jesus. George W. Bush betrayed Lieutenant General William Boykin. When Boykin told the truth about America’s war against terror, saying that it is really a war against Satan, Bush denied knowing anything about it. We know very well that Bush and Boykin have talked about this very thing in the White House together, but again Bush pretended that he didn’t even know about it. After September 11, 2001, George W. Bush has engaged in a silly ecumenical project to try to pretend that all religions are really the same and equally valid. General Boykin is courageous enough to say that “America is a Christian nation”. Bush tries to pretend that he does not think so. We need a President who will be honest about these things, and not try to cover up the real differences between Christianity and Islam. George W. Bush campaigned as a responsible fiscal conservative, but he has created the largest budget deficits in history. As Pastor William Baldwin points out, under Bush’s leadership, the Republican Congress has outspent their senate predecessors. Bush’s policies raise our local taxes, and George W. Bush has yet to veto a single spending bill. Under George W. Bush, the Republican Party has become the party of big government. The government has grown bigger and bigger, with more agencies and bureaucracies and enforcement programs. George W. Bush seems to have a problem being honest. Bush has been caught in many lies. He’s lied about September 11. He’s lied about Iraq. He’s lied about his budget. The sad fact is that George W. Bush has lost all the moral authority that a President of the United States must have. Bush is a poor example for our children, who we try to teach to be honest.
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Bush has taken part in Shinto ceremonies, bowing down to idols at a Shinto temple in Japan. Blasphemy and idolatry is not Christian behavior. Judge Roy Moore would never do such a thing. George W. Bush has actually increased the funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, which funds blasphemy!
Hey guys, don’t forget that he’s always wearing his religion on his sleeve while ignoring Jesus’s teachings. Man, if Roy Moore ran for President against Bush, this election would be in the bag for the Dems.