Monday, November 03, 2008

Again, Which Campaign Claims One Is A Racist For Not Voting For Obama?

"Claire Ayendi supported former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney in the Republican primaries but is now fully behind McCain. For the Nigerian who grew up in lefty Silver Spring, her spiritual journey began when she was 12 and went on a church mission trip. After graduating from James Hubert Blake High School in 2005 she decided on Liberty, and as a freshman in this politically conservative environment her ideals took shape. In addition to opposing abortion and same-sex marriage, she is against social welfare programs and overtaxation by the government.

"In any other campaign, Ayendi's views would be in synch with those of most Liberty students, but in a year when the nation has its first black presidential nominee -- a candidate with an African father -- Ayendi is taking enormous heat. Black students make up 9 percent of Liberty's population, and many are putting aside their convictions on abortion to vote for Obama. And there is Ayendi sitting behind the "Vote for McCain" table. She has been accused of racial betrayal."

Read the whole article here. This young woman knows what the left stand for and it isn't humanity or freedom.

Wise beyond her years: "Then she makes a proposal. 'The Monday night before the election, we are gonna do a day of prayer at the Helms school,' she says. 'It's not a Republican or a Democrat thing. It's not an Obama or McCain or whatever thing. It's just, 'Let His will be done.' Ultimately what matters is that we are all Americans. I know, Monday night we are all supposed to be phone-banking, but God is more important than this.' "

1 comment:

Kristy said...

Your right God is more important! I always love to see what you have to say, you are such an intelligent woman.

Kristy