The protestant church has left the catholic church in the dust with respect to abortion and it is going
to mean abortions worldwide led by what is left of American idealogical leadership. The Holy Spieit plainly despises this
practice and the protestants IBD/TIPP poll with the spirit 50 to 38. Nothing to brag about you say? Well compared to the Catholic
church IBD/TIPP poll protestants may now brag especially to those 36 years old and under, the abortion holocaust survivors,
because catholics now hem and haw about abortion nearly even like the electorate in general 43 to 45. If the spirit has finally
departed from the catholic church, then maybe the spirit wants us to make catholics into protestants. Or not, the other option
is for catholic and protestant Christians to unite in a political movement. A viable third party could stymie judicial appointments,
bargain away nonreligious issues for abortion bans and rights of pastors to politic for candidates and issues and freedom
of religious speech now imperiled by hate crime legislation. Together, or not the Spirit is going to win!
If we get together, then we need to hash out and sell our people the result.
Hah out capital punishment, welfare, trade unions, foreign and military policy, education, Foreign aid, Multinational catholic
and protestant churches need not bind their extra national churches with the result.
They can appoint a plenipotentiary to negotiate on their behalf for American members only. Both political parties now require
we make this for that compromises to support them. As a Christian party we get choice and vest in the results. In the face
of worldwide antiChristian persecution what else can we do?
This party will bind people closer to their current denomination. It could also result in the revival we’ve long
needed as religious voices go mainstream.
Hey pcs! Political Christians! SuperGladiators! We need
a pc, party of Christ “There is no cause more important than affirming the transcendent
right to life of all human beings, the right without which no other rights have any meaning” Abortion
and the Conscience of the Nation, President Ronald Reagan, 1984 firstname.lastname@example.org