Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Election Perspectives

Just a few scattered thoughts and links on Election Day...

~I'm thankful to live in a democratic nation, where I have the right to help choose my leaders

~I don't like either of the major candidates and feel that our two-party system is deeply flawed

~This provocative post at Cerulean Sanctum challenged and convicted me as a pro-life voter

~This provocative post at Between Two Worlds challenged me from a different point of view, and drove home the significance of this election in light of the abortion issue

~Derek Webb is giving away his album Mockingbird again, for one week only, in celebration of the election. I downloaded it and blogged about one of my favorite songs from the album when he gave it away back in October 2006--don't miss this opportunity to get it for free! It's a powerful CD with beautiful melodies and very in-your-face, make-you-think lyrics, including:
"There are two great lies that I've heard / The day you eat of the fruit of that tree, you will not surely die / And that Jesus Christ was a white, middle-class Republican / And if you want to be saved, you have to learn to be like him"

~Most of all, I'm thankful that regardless of who wins this election, our sovereign God is on His throne.


Mother of Dog said...

I'm not a Christian, in fact I'm a Jewish woman, and I'm sure we disagree on many points. But I wanted to tell you on this Election Day - that I think you are a lovely woman and I read your blog. I feel that the only way I'm a conscious liberal is to read and try to understand how others think about the world.

Best to you and your family!

Anonymous said...

Amy, I downloaded the music and can't wait to check it out!

Michelle M. said...

Great post, Amy. Thanks for the links.