A very interesting email I received this morning...
Dear Mr. Hoefling,
First, thank you for embracing the Christian values that I believe God wants us to embrace. But let me ask plainly: while I personally believe in the principles you espouse, the world does not and will not. It therefore brings into question the fair assertion that the number of people who will vote for you seems mathematically unrealistic. How and why do you think you have the ability to overcome the odds that the majority of people will not vote for you?
Peace and grace,
Thanks for your inquiry, xxx.
According to Gallup, about 70% of the American people still self-identify as Christian. Now, you and I both know that much of that is cultural, not spiritual. However, if even one-third of that 70% would stop compromising self-evident truth, and America's core moral and constitutional principles, and vote for me, I would win.
It's really that simple.
In any case, we're trying to turn American Christians back to morality and principle, win or lose. That is bound to bear good fruit, no matter the outcome of any particular election. Isn't it?
For Life, Liberty, and the Constitution,