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Did a quick search to find that it is estimated that there are 20 to 40 thousand Christian organizations.
My point being is that in our society today the very definition of what it means to be a 'Christian' varies wildly, as does the definition of 'conservative'.
As a Christian I wouldn't want any of the candidates to be my pastor, on the other hand, I wouldn't want any of the pastors I've known to be my president.
As a citizen under a secular government I'm a pragmatist, I'll support the candidate who I believe puts America and her citizens first, NOT the NWO Globalist agenda. Mundane stuff like borders and stopping the illegal alien invasion, bringing manufacturing and the jobs that go with it back to the U.S., supporting my constitutional rights like the Second Amendment, a strong de-feminized military...
My choice is Donald Trump


I agree with this article to some degree, but a President's religious beliefs have a large impact on how he will govern, whereas a mechanic's beliefs don't have that much impact on his technical work. Can you expect an atheist to defend the rights of the unborn? I doubt it. Can you expect an atheist to stand up against the radical homosexual agenda. Again, I doubt it.

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