The polls have been close and its hard to tell who’s voting for who.
In these times of doubt and fear, fanatics and political leaders are taking their stance, and sharing their opinions with the public. Church leaders have also taken on the same role
One Sacramento pastor, Dr. Phillip Goudeaux, shared with his 20 thousand plus-member church that although Obama was his man in 2008, this time around, he won’t be getting his vote. Shortly thereafter, he received death threats.
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