I saw just some of yesterday's republican's convention
was carig for daughter and was not able to see it all the way through, and saw none of nights
last night's coverage....
all I heard was God, God, God ... how many times was God mentioned?
Is God on the ticket?
I was turned off !
I do not care if a candidate believes in a God or not.
but I do expect that they keep their own belief to themselves
OUT of MY government
Answer by RyansMom001 at 7:36 PM on Aug. 30, 2012
Answer by dullscissors at 8:03 PM on Aug. 30, 2012
Answer by Iamgr8teful at 11:32 PM on Aug. 30, 2012
Answer by baconbits at 1:45 PM on Aug. 31, 2012
Answer by lga1965 at 2:47 PM on Sep. 1, 2012
Answer by anime_mom619 at 9:32 PM on Sep. 1, 2012
Considering that Article VI states that "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States", it certainly seems that religious beliefs are THE test that Americans want their elected officials to pass. I don't care whether Obama is a Christian, a Muslim, agnostic, or whatever. What I care about is that he is familiar with the Constitution and with protecting the rights of citizens. What I see from the GOP is a desire to impose the beliefs of the Religious Right upon all citizens, which is a frightening proposition. They really do sound like the American Taliban, especially when they are making this election about who is the most devout and most religious, and who they think will make those religious beliefs into laws that govern all citizens - Christian or not.
Answer by jsbenkert at 9:07 PM on Sep. 2, 2012