Friday, September 17, 2010

Open letter to Christine O'Donnel

Dear Christine,

I bet you are flying high today with all this news coverage and especially after four years of attempting to launch a political career. You must be so excited to bask in this primary victory.

As a fellow evangelical Christian I have my eyes on you; I want to see if you are representing my faith honorably and I have to say some questionable things have come to light.

Is it true that you deliberately smeared your opponent with lies? Did you really engage in a whisper campaign accusing him of being gay?

If you did I need to remind you that the Bible states the following:
  • Leviticus 19:11 Ye shall not steal, neither deal falsely, neither lie one to another.
  • Exodus 20:16 You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
Is it true that you've had financial difficulties? Lost your house in 2008? Didn't pay off your school loan in 1993 therefore not getting your diploma until 2010 when you finally paid off that debt? Do you really owe 11K in back taxes? Is it true that you owe payments to staffers, consultants, and volunteers from the 2008 campaign?

If you did I need to remind you that the Bible states the following:
  • Psalm 37:21 The wicked borrows and does not repay, but the righteous is gracious and giving.
If you are having this much trouble living within your income status, then how can you speak the following with conviction?

"Voting to spend money we don't have has become the appealing option for too many politicians. The men and women of America know this is not sustainable," O'Donnell said.
Be careful Christine, the Bible speaks of false prophets walking amongst us, I truly hope this isn't your true intentions.

Regards,

A concerned Christian