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C.O.G.I.C. follower sees need for God in Whitehouse for productive decisions

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Like President Obama, author Franklin Watson believes the controversy over the President’s birth certificate is an unnecessary distraction. In Let Me Finish: People Thoughts and Opinion. The Good. The Bad. The Hateful. And the Evil (published by Trafford Publishing), Watson examines how multitudes of opinions can get blown out of proportion and impede solutions.

Inspired to write his first book People Thoughts and Opinion, also published by Trafford Publishing, after the presidential election, Watson expounds the need for God in leadership – even in the White House – in this second book.

“I was watching American citizens. It was like Americans were split into two portions because some do not think the president was born in America,” said Watson. “However some opinions of him were so disgusting I became horrified. People's thoughts and their opinion as Americans are sometimes scary; it almost makes you sometimes ashamed and afraid of being an American.”

In Let Me Finish, Watson explains how all officials should practice what they preach. Without God’s direction and understanding, Watson says our elected officials are on an unwise path to gain finance and power, leading only to the destruction of themselves and our country.

A follower of the Church of God in Christ, the largest Pentecostal group in America, Watson presents current issues in the context of his religion, showing how differing opinions and perspectives can also lead to brainstorming and powerful resolutions.

About the Author
Franklin Watson grew up the son of a sharecropper and a housekeeper in a family of 11 children on a cotton, cattle and rice farm in rural Arkansas. Growing up, attending church was a demand in his family; and Watson found his faith in the Church of God in Christ founded by Bishop Charles Harrison Mason.

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