She has her special contact lenses so she could read the thin teleprompter built into her podium ?
Notice she was usually looking down as she was speaking.
 October 20, 2016 at 2:15pm
Once again, this has nothing to do with Repukes. The statement was “there is no such thing as a Christian Democrat.
I am not a Republican. I do, however, know plenty of Christians (those who have an active relationship with our Lord and Savior) who happen to be Republicans. While they are questioning their loyalty to the Republican party, their loyalty to Christ is unwavering. However, the GOP public platform does not advocate abortion or homosexuality (at least not outwardly and/or not yet). As stated, it’s a pretty easy litmus test. As to your false equivalency (thanks utopiabuster!), poor decisions in wartime does not equate to a platform that endorses continuing to murder babies in the womb.
 October 20, 2016 at 12:06pm
Nice try. Over 55 million babies killed with Democrats championing continuing the atrocious murders.
No one said Republicans were good Christians. There is just no way a Democrat can be a Bible-believing, Spirit-filled, maturing Christian. The absolute easiest litmus test is: as a Christian, do you believe abortion and homosexuality are societally acceptable?
 October 19, 2016 at 2:43pm
Exactly. Press 1 for Spanish, press 2 for Arabic, press 3 for Ebonics, press 4 if you’re a White Racist English-speaker.
Which is the core to the belief that you cannot trust a politician. They regard it as a sacred right to compromise their values in the name of "political expediency". How do you trust someone who's very faith is negotiable?
One wonders what's on the menu in your Christian cafeteria?
Being a cafeteria Christian is basically required to even be one.
You cannot obey the entire Bible in modern society.
October 19, 2016 at 12:03pm
Dattebayo, I appreciate your input about Corpus Christi since that is one part of Texas I don’t have personal knowledge.
JCTEM, I have seen many Killary bumper stickers in Houston and Dallas. However, I don’t think I have seen one yard sign for the Sick Evil Witch.
 October 19, 2016 at 11:55am
I’m not sure the German people who do see through this have any more ability to change their leadership than we do. I’d like to ship every politician in Washington permanently to Africa.
I agree with Gromack–Africa is WAY TOO CLOSE! I’d put them on a rocket ship and just send them to a destination unknown. Let them float around in space.
[-1] October 19, 2016 at 11:29am
“90% of legal Hispanics in Texas despise the riverjumpers and 36% of them will vote for TRUMP.”
I have family who live next door to first generation border jumpers. My 7 y/o nephew announced to me the other day that he was for Hillary (of course, I immediately corrected him. Was rather easy. He’s 7.) The neighbors told him Trump would build a wall. They have family in Mexico they visit as well as they hope can also cross the border freely as their parents did.
 October 18, 2016 at 5:26pm
Don’t be so sure about Texas. It has changed a lot over the last 10 to 15 years. Houston has a lesbian mayor, Austin will vote for Killary, San Antonio is largely Hispanic (remember Drumpf’s wall), Fort Worth gave us Abortion Barbie and Dallas has had a large influx of liberals move in.