Recently, there was a letter published from a "Christian" perspective castigating the Obama administration and the health-care reform act it promulgated. While there are certainly moral questions raised by this legislation, there were some errors included in the letter, most egregiously that the health care law funds abortion.
Regardless of these errors, however, there is something more significantly wrong with the perspective of the authors: There is a failure to realize there are costs, perhaps equal, to voting for Mitt Romney. Certainly our Christian conscious should be given pause with the whole-sale adoption of Paul Ryan's budget, which cuts support for the poor and elderly, two groups which Jesus especially commends to us.
I, of course, acknowledge neither candidate is perfect, and the difficult moral decision selecting a president represents, but to paint one as the emissary of Satan, and the other as a saint, is short-sighted and, more importantly, cannot represent a "Christian" perspective.