According to one East Tennessee blogger, God will call us all to judgement and tops on his list will be whether or not you voted for Obama for president.
At least, that's about all I can discern from his most recent post:
"There is little doubt that Mr. Obama's election is the greatest singular evil that has ever befallen this country-but the die is cast."
He must have missed out that whole terrorist attack on 9/11. Who knew that American History began sometime around November 2008?
There's more to his post, as he talks about The End Times and his Catholic faith, and the Rapture and various other of his religious thoughts.
Another blog, by writer David Waters, tells of a Catholic priest in South Carolina, Rev. Jay Scott Newman, who refuses to offer communion to anyone who voted for Obama - and notes the odd hypocrisy:
"Newman is denying communion not to those who have conducted or received an abortion, and not to those who enact laws that allow for abortion, but to those who cast a vote for a candidate who supports abortion rights. In effect, he's saying that thinking is now mortal sin. He's saying that having an opinion is a mortal sin. He's saying that freedom of speech and thought is a mortal sin."
Is it now a church-goers duty to report on who they voted for or against in order to qualify for membership?