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Almost 120,000 Christians pledge to vote for Jesus Christ as president this November

Almost 120,000 Christians pledge to vote for Jesus Christ as president this November

In a "Say No to Satan" campaign led by Bill Keller, who claims that he is "the world's leading Internet evangelist" because of his LivePrayer.com website, Christians are pledging to write in Jesus Christ for president this November.

Within days of Keller's press release announcing the campaign, around 14,000 people signed his online pledge committing to write in their savior's name on the presidential ballot.  Keller claims that the current candidates represent "a two-headed coin with Satan on both sides" and that no Christian in good conscience can vote for President Obama, who he says is a "true enemy of God," or GOP presumptive nominee Mitt Romney, who he characterizes as "a 5th generation member and a priest in the satanically inspired Mormon cult."

In just a month's time, almost 120,000 people have signed Keller's petition, according to his website (see screenshot above).

Keller proclaims, "Now is the time, this is the moment. God may be done with this nation, but His people can make our stand for righteousness, say NO to satan, and help lead this nation back to the Almighty and His Truth!!!"

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  • CuteGun

    Wow, 120,000 people willing to throw away their vote. Don't they realize this doesn't make them good Christians, it makes them idiots. Keller is a terrible person and should be excommunicated for using the Lords name to incite hate and ignorance. I'm voting for Obama because he actually tries to do what Jesus would do: take care of the less fortunate, love thy neighbor and give everyone an equal opportunity to make a choice.

    • thank you. keller really is a terrible person, and a convicted felon.
      his claim that he has 120,000 signatures is a lie.

    • Lord Knightyme

      How can someone be excommunicated when they can simply start their own Denomination? As it is there are 30,000+ denominations now, and i suspect that some of the denominational founders were excommunicated.

  • The irony is, a large majority of them are probably birthers.

  • Drew

    Jesus can't be President, he wasn't born in the U.S. and didn't live to 35 years old.

    • sffilk

      Doesn't seem to matter to these "people,"

    • joel

      jesus is only way

  • Scott

    At least this is effectively keeping 120,000 uneducated, misinformed people out of the voting booths. Please get the word out about this so we can make it 1 million strong by November!

    • Justin

      I was about comment on how angry this makes me, but I read your comment and couldn't agree more. Anyone and everyone dumb enough to pledge this doesn't deserve a vote; and are essentially making their vote obsolete. Spread the word!

  • Anyone that does this is a fucking idiot. But the fact that they are still following a nomadic deity shows the level of intellect.

  • So who is going to be vice president? I can't wait to see if he wins! What is going to happen when he doesn't show up?

    • Deborah_B

      I suppose the VP would be Peter, standing on a rock. After all, in "our Christian nation," we know that we're one great big huge church. (That's sarcastic.)

  • Mimosa Greer

    Well… I have to say if *actual* Christ would be leading the country … the rich would be paying their taxes ("render under Caesar what is Caesar's and unto God what is God's"). We would immediately abandon any wars we were in, welfare and education would be well funded, and health care would be available for all… oh, and prostitution might just be "decriminalized". Not sure we would get the government that the people signing the petition are looking for, but I would be OK with it. *sigh* it makes me wonder if they actually *read* that Book and understand what kind of man Christ actually was. In this day in age he would be (still) be considered a political radical with dangerous ideas.

  • Allah Ackbar Its a trap

    But Jesus isnt a citizen of the United States, he cant be president 😀

  • I don't think he is eligible… I mean, neither of his parents (either of the guys who claim to be the father) is an American, and the guy was apparently born in Israel.


  • anonymous

    Jesus is not president. He is King of Kings

  • skater60

    Hopefully most, if not each and every one, will be a Republican.

  • this is what felon keller's "ministry is really all about, money.
    he is always behind on his bills and begging for more.
    "As we are down to the last 11 days of June, please be in prayer with me for
    the operational finances we need to bring in right away. We are still $10,000
    short of covering our May operational budget, and it is critical that we bring
    in those funds right away. I am pryaing for 2 people who can overnight or wire
    $5,000 to cover that shortfall. Please contact me and I will get you our FedEx
    or bank wire info.

    As we prepare to take advantage of new doors the Lord is opening for us to
    have a highly visible place in the marketplace to help lead this nation back to
    God and His Truth, I'm simply asking you to pray today and seek the Lord what He
    is calling you to do to help me to cover this $10,000 immediate need, and the
    $40,000 we need for our June operations. That is $50,000 over these next 11
    days. Nothing is impossible with God!" – bill keller, liveprayer 6/20/12

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  • joel

    if you want free bible study feel free and open http://WWW.jw.org and get online study or you can send your address to get bible study or send as post at australia box280 ingleburn nsw 1890.

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