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Would you vote for a non-Christian President?

Would you be willing to vote for a US President who wasn't a Christian?

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Asked by Friday at 10:18 PM on Dec. 30, 2008 in Politics & Current Events

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  • yes

    Answer by flutterfae at 10:18 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • yes

    Answer by HonorTrustLuv at 10:23 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • I don't think politics and religion should EVER mix. If they are going to be a good leader who cares what they believe in. I think it's something they should keep to themselves.

    Answer by happyathomemum at 10:23 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • nope. i just wouldn't vote if i didn't feel like the candidate didn't reach my expectations

    Answer by krazyash023 at 10:24 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • yes, so long as he/she would be a good President

    Answer by okmanders at 10:25 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • No because I am a Christian and not just by name... Don't you think most real Christians will say no and non-Christians will say yes... ??? I would have reworded the question, if I were you.

    Answer by Anonymous at 10:25 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • yes

    Answer by heatherama at 10:34 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • For those who said no, why not?

    No, anon, I don't think so. I have met Christians who wouldn't dismiss someone just because they don't share the same faith. How would you have worded the question?


    Answer by Friday at 10:36 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • no, i would not. some issues that come up in govt. do reflect on one's moral/spiritual beliefs. certain 'social' issues like abortion. if i felt one way about abortion, due to my religious/christian beliefs, and i was considering someone who had no religious convictions, what would make me think he/she represented my concerns about abortion? just like anyone's personal matters what personal convictions the person on the ballet has, if any. not that a non-christian would always feel differently than i would; you tend to vote for people who hold similar beliefs/convictions as yourself. when it comes down to it, voting is is convictions, christian or not. does that make sense?

    Answer by thehairnazi at 10:37 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • NO WAY!

    Answer by Anonymous at 10:39 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

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