Recently I posted an article called "30 Good Things President Trump Has Done for America"
At the end of the list the author states this:
"If you believe (as I do) that God is sovereign over the affairs of nations, do you think that Donald Trump’s presidency has been evidence of divine blessing or divine judgment? I admit that perceiving divine purposes in human events is a task that cannot be proved with certainty one way or another, but when I look over this list of 30 actions, it appears to me to be far more characteristic of divine blessing than of divine judgment. If others disagree, I respect your right to have a different opinion, but that is my view"
In my thread a leftwing democrat forum member went on to respond with Scripture about helping the poor. The inference there was that democrats help the poor and Republicans do not.
That is a common belief, and a total lie.
Who has heard the phrase, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for life."
This is so applicable today: Democrats love to give a man a fish and feed him for a day, or in our case they love to give people free cheese and food stamps. Republicans want to teach a man to fish and feed him for life, or in our case, create a strong economy with good jobs and allow all Americans the dignity or earning a living. Democrats do not seem to grasp the concept of personal dignity and the Godliness of a honest days labor.
So, when it comes to helping the poor, Republican policies are best. A rising tide lifts all boats
Under President Trump we reached the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years, and in case anyone forgot, Trump achieved the lowest Black and Hispanic unemployment rates on record. As I say, a rising tide lifts all boats.
And as for social issues like sodomy (gay marriage) and killing (abortion) etc., well we all know what God says about those.
Go with GOD and go with GOP
ABC News October 4, 2019, 2:30 PM
The Labor Department's job report said that 136,000 jobs were added last month and unemployment fell to 3.5%, its lowest level in 50 years.