Anti-Gay Black Pastors Telling Congregation To Stay Home On Election Day
8 months ago
Group of pastors see no winner between Obama and Romney.
A group of black pastors feel that voting in this year's presidential election will be like picking the lesser of two evils. Which is why they are telling their congregations to stay home on Election Day.
The pastors do not agree with President Obama's gay marriage endorsement, and they don't like the fact that Mitt Romney of the Mormon faith, which used to ban blacks from priesthood.
Rev. A.R. Bernard, founder of the predominantly African-American Christian Cultural Center in New York tells the NY Daily News, "When President Obama made the public statement on gay marriage, I think it put a question in our minds as to what direction he's taking the nation."
Rev. George Nelson Jr., senior pastor of Grace Fellowship Baptist Church in Brenham, Texas says "I would never vote for a man like Romney," because he believes that Mormonism is a cult.