A new poll shows that 40 percent of the youth vote, virtually in Barack Obama’s pocket four years ago, now is going to likely GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney; a one-time strong supporter of Obama now is campaigning for Romney and a Democratic committeewoman in Pennsylvania has left not just Obama but the entire Democratic Party.
Now with just weeks to go before the 2012 presidential election, Bishop E.W. Jackson, chief of the “Staying True to America’s National Destiny,” is urging that those individual actions become a flood.
He – and others – say the Obama administration simply has included among its goals the diminishment of faith and Christianity, and that’s not right.
“There is a concerted effort to do away with all symbols of our Judeo-Christian culture, to deny our right of conscience in matters of faith and to attack Christians, Catholic and Protestant, who dare to speak openly of their faith,” Jackson said. “However, there is a silver lining in all of this. This may be an opportunity for an historic shift in the cultural and political direction of our country if Christians of all races will unite in rejecting the godless left agenda of the Democratic Party.”