My hope is not in a man, or woman. My hope for this nation is not in McCain, nor Obama. I'm sure that the news media, and the internet folks, and the email politickin' can dig up dirt on all the candidates....and apparently, they are. Should we expect anything less? I mean, after all, they are all human beings who sin and who fail to be all that they should. So, my hope is not in man.
Now, I will vote for McCain/Palin, not because they're so much morally better than Obama/Palin. I will vote for McCain/Palin, not because Obama had connections with terrorists. I will vote for McCain/Palin because they are conservative in their worldview. That's why I will not vote for Obama/Biden. McCain/ Palin best represents my Christian worldview on issues that are very important to me; things like abortion, and taxes, and the gay agenda, and gun control, and the environment, etc. But, I will tell you right now that it would not surprise me to find out that McCain did something bad 15 years ago, and some reporter has dug up the story to tell us all about it. It would not surprise me at all to find out that Palin said something, or did something that the news media will try to make a big deal out of. I'm not voting for McCain/Palin because they are error-free and sinless. I'm voting for a fallen man and woman who best represent what I feel is important for our world. And, God help us if a liberal, socialist like Obama/Biden gets elected. We will be in for some hard times in many, many ways if Obama/Biden get elected with a Democratic controlled Congress to back them. God help us.
But again, my hope is not in McCain/Palin. My hope is in Jesus. And, this world will not ever be made right until the Lord returns and makes it right. So, yes, I will be voting for McCain/Palin, but my heart cries, "Come quickly, Lord Jesus!"