Next President Could Decide Roe’s Future

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“The future makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court has received little attention this election, despite the fact that four justices are in their 70s and are divided on a whole range of critical issues — including abortion and potentially gay marriage.”

See the rest of Michael Foust’s article here.

Are you one of the 50% of voting age Americans who call themselves “Christian” and are not registered to vote?  If so, may I ask why?

CR

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2 Responses to Next President Could Decide Roe’s Future

  1. Mannyr says:

    It seems that the Supreme’s are always poised to step down. Surprises are always forthcoming from them. I personally think they take far too many naps.

    I agree all Christians should be voting. I think it dishonors our beliefs as well as the many men and women who have given life and limbs for this privilege.

    I wonder how many illegals will be voting and exercising their illegal rights?

    • Chris says:

      Good question, Manny. The way our country has handled the illegal situation is, indeed, a pity. There are so many issues involved that it is very complicated. If we had only stayed with a “first in line” policy years back, we wouldn’t be having so man problems.

      God’s blessings my friend…

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