Black Religious Leaders Rally Behind Romney
With less than three weeks to go before the Presidential election, and polls showing a tightening of the race, some in the black religious community are advocating that their congregants stick with their Biblical beliefs and vote against President Obama.
Our goal is not to campaign against President Obama or any individual candidate. We seek rather to call people to vote above their emotions, party affiliations, and even their personal opinions, and to vote Gods values, said Dr. Alveda King (pictured), niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Executive Committee member of nonprofit group, God Said.
In the last election, it was reported that almost 95% of black people voted for Obama in 2008s historic race. But this year, some are re-evaluating their position, given Obamas declared... [via Queerty]
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