Randy Moll: Don’t pray that God makes America great again; pray that God humbles Americans


By Randy Moll, published at the Constitution Party of Arkansas website, July 7th, 2016:

Looking ahead at the upcoming national election doesn’t offer much hope for those who would like to see America return to its moral and constitutional roots. Neither of the two presumptive nominees for the office of president can be held up as examples of moral excellence or of any kind of faithful adherence to the law of the land, the U.S. Constitution.

While Donald Trump may be courting the religious and conservative vote in America by claims of being pro life and supporting citizen gun rights, he has been all over the map on these and other issues and just where he would come down if elected is far from certain. A good number of his proposed plans are anything but constitutional.

Hillary Clinton, at least, is clear on her position and where she would stand if elected. She supports immorality, more government tyranny and is opposed to the Constitution and the God-given rights it protects. She favors protecting abortion, same-sex marriage, trans-gender restrooms, more government regulations and less rights — especially rights to free speech, to practice and teach one’s beliefs and to own guns and protect life and property. She has proven her inability to handle matters of national security and to be truthful and forthright when questioned about it.

Read the rest of the article here. 


One response to “Randy Moll: Don’t pray that God makes America great again; pray that God humbles Americans

  1. Chris, you should really put this up on IPR.


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