I know what you’re thinking, but this isn’t politics, it’s personatics. I’ve heard it said that there are three was to relay private, military information: telephone, telegraph, and tell Hillary. But, despite her many flaws, scandals, schemes, and lies, I’m not here to discuss her politics. I’m here to discuss her as a human being.
Hillary Clinton is a sinner in need of Jesus Christ, as am I. She is blinded by personal greed and selfishness that every sinner faces and I am not passing judgement on her. All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, but some people just aren’t safe to be around. What I am about to say is not me judging Hillary Clinton, but I am genuinely terrified of what she may do if she gains power over a nation. Thus: my list of ten things I trust more than Hillary Clinton.
1. A vegan cookbook.
2. A serial killer on his day off.
3. Off-brand soda.
4. The IRS.
5. Barack Obama’s birth certificate.
6. Expiration dates on water bottles.
7. A parachute made of toilet paper.
8. The Book of Mormon.
9. Theology from Bill Nye.
10. Shaquille O’Neil’s barber.
Obviously, I wouldn’t put my faith in any of those things as a preference, in the same way, I would never trust Hillary Clinton as a president. Not simply because of her politics. If she was a republican I still wouldn’t trust her; because it’s not about politics, it’s about people. We don’t vote for the politics we want to become president, we vote for the people we want to become president. Why do you think people say that they’ll vote for Hillary Clinton on no other merit than the fact that she is a woman. Well, I have a slight and possibly insignificant thing to say on this matter: voting for Hillary because she is a woman, is like filling your car with soda because it’s at the gas station. Simply because it is an option, regardless of how absurd, does not constitute it being a safe and healthy option.
Soda will go in your tank; it’s happy to do it. But it won’t get you very far and will cause serious and perhaps even irreparable damage to your car and potentially yourself. It’s not about the fact that she is a woman, and if we are putting men and woman on an equal plain of stature, she is as bad a woman as these men are men. They’ve all sinned, they all stand for things that are a stench in the nostrils of God. The sins of a woman are no more insignificant, neither are they greater than the sins of a man.
You want equality? The ground is flat at Calvary. Everyone stands on the same level, and we are all the same in the eyes of God. Politics, yes they matter when choosing a candidate, but personal integrity and a fear of the Lord are a million times more important. If America stops serving God and protecting Israel, no amount or good or bad politics and no leader can prevent our demise. It’s not about men and women. It’s not about equality. It’s about integrity, and I’m afraid Hillary Clinton has none.
This was a more light-hearted post, but I strongly encourage to study what God says a good leader is before making decisions based on physical appearance or party.
As always, thanks for reading.
–the anonymous novelist