The above is the title of an article written by Matt Barber, Vice President of Liberty Counsel Action. I first read it in yesterday's op-ed section of the Washington Times and now Life News carries it as well. Please read it. I couldn't agree with him more and I don't think I can say it better than he.
The last few lines deserve special emphasis, so I'll quote them here. "My friend and colleague Cynthia Dunbar, a law professor at Liberty University School of Law, recently wrote: “In this election year, we find ourselves with only three realistic courses of action: 1) Don’t vote; 2) vote for Obama; or 3) vote for Romney.
It’s simple: A Christian nonvote is a vote for Mr. Obama in that it fails to affirmatively cancel out an Obama vote. Furthermore, any Christian who votes for Mr. Obama will get to take that up with God.
This leaves us with our third and final choice: Christians must vote for Mitt Romney. A second Obama term is simply unacceptable. We won’t survive it."
I'll be frank. I've been hearing too much foolish jibber-jabber about "3rd parties (I don't give a rat's rump what the reason is!)" and "stay at home". Given the stakes that we face, neither of these is morally acceptable. I believe they constitute sins against the virtue of prudence. Later there will be time to discuss policies and priorites, but that must wait until the November elections. Right now the priority is Obama's defeat. We dare not fail.