In my 80 years, I have never seen such emotion over a presidential election. When it comes to the debates, most people have no objectivity: If their candidate throws up on the podium and runs screaming off the stage, some would still proclaim he or she won.
Some say it is doomsday in America if their candidate is not elected. I do not believe that. As a Christian, I have two obligations: first, to ask the lord for guidance in who to vote for, and second, to pray for whoever is elected.
There is a sign in front of a local church that says, “No matter who is elected, Jesus is King.” That should be the position of all of us who call ourselves Christian. I refuse to be hag-ridden by an election.
William R. Geddings Jr.