A Special James Hartline Report
October 13, 2006
Christian Voter Guide
"Here is a trustworthy statement: If someone sets his heart to be an overseer,
he desires a noble task. Now the overseer must be above reproach,
the husband of one wife, temperate, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable,
able to teach, not given to drunkeness, not violent but gentle,
not quarrelsome, not a lover of money. He must manage his own family well
and see that his children obey him with proper respect. If anyone does not
know how to manage his own family, how can he take care of God's people."
I Timothy 3:1-5
(JHReport) We at the James Hartline Report believe that elected officials have the same kind of responsibility that pastors have over their congregations. In reality, both elected officials and pastors are shepherds of God's flock, and as such, we must use the same Biblical criteria for choosing those candidates in the political arena as we would the pastors of our churches. To choose a good Christian to oversee a church while electing an untrustworthy, immoral person to oversee a community's children, laws and finances just does not make any sense. Thus, we at JHReport are utilizing the basics as outlined in the first book of Timothy as a basis for presenting our recommendations for the upcoming November 7, 2006 election.
Our 2006 Christian Voter Guide will be presented in four parts: (A) Part 1 - Our "A-List" of highly recommended candidates are those individuals that we feel come as close as possible to meeting Biblical expectations for being sound, moral and trustworthy leaders. We feel that these leaders have a proven history of demonstrating an allegiance of looking out for the best interest of our communities, families, children, and are people of integrity, sound judgment and courage. We are confident that these individuals will not crossover into the morally repugnant arenas of supporting abortion or homosexual lifestyles. (B) Part 2 will be composed of those candidates that we are neutral about. They are fair individuals, but we see some problems, either in their previous actions, beliefs or finances that run counter to the teachings of Christianity. (C) Part 3 - The Prodigal Party List - This is our list of people we are highly opposed to. These are individuals who have a history of dishonesty, betrayal to the cause of the Christ, or we believe that they are simply interested in promoting their own personal interests or their political party without respect to the negative consequences to our society. (D) Part 4 - Our recommendations for the ballot propositions.
- The "A - List" -
These are the candidates that have been reviewed by the tough standards
of the James Hartline Report. We have confidence that these are the best
individuals in a crowded election field that we can trust to maintain Biblical
integrity and sound judgment once elected.
76th District California State Assembly
Write-In Kim Tran
San Diego County Superior Court Judge #36
Larry "Jake" Kincaid
U. S. Senate - California
The Honorable Richard "Dick" Mountjoy
U. S. House Of Representatives - 53rd District
John "Woody" Woodrum
Grossmont Unified High School District
Richard "Dick" Hoy
California State Senate - 36th District
Jim Gibson, Trustee
Vista Unifed School District
This information has been provided by the James Hartline Report.
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Stayed tuned for Parts 2 thru 4 in next week's James Hartline Report.
You will find out who we feel are the most dangerous candidates to
our moral standards and who is saying one thing to the public, but a whole
different story behind closed doors!
It is time for a good old fashioned political revival!
And let it begin with us, by voting ONLY for those candidates
we can truly trust! All others need not apply!
We encourage ALL Christians to turn out on November 7, 2006 for this
critical and nation-changing election.
"All it takes for evil to prevail, is for a few good men to do nothing!"
James Hartline, Publisher
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