I believe Evangelical Christianity numbers 20 to 30 million Americans. Surely one of them has reasonably good character and some capacity for governance? If this demographic cannot produce such a person, then what does that say about the state of evangelicalism?

Mr. Clinton brought oral sex into public discourse. For that alone, he should no longer have a high position in society. The Democratic Party should relegate him to the sidelines instead of giving him celebrity status. Most evangelicals would agree with me.

Yet when the some kind of offences occur in the R Party, these same things are overlooked. I am seeing a big double standard.

I’m from Canada, so I don’t see much American news. All I can ask “Is what scandals did Mr. Obama commit?” But we sure hear lots about Mr. Trump.

Don’t get wrong. I know some evangelicals. Some are great people; some not. I like to judge people by the words of Jesus: “Ye shall know a good tree by the fruit it bears.”

Dave Volek is the inventor of “Tiered Democratic Governance”. Let’s get rid of all political parties! Visit http://www.tiereddemocraticgovernance.org/tdg.php

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