Yes, I would, his beliefs shouldn't matter
No, he needs to believe in God, even if he agrees with me
I voted yes as It does not matter to me the Presidents religion. Its the policy that counts. That said I would not support a president that trampled the beliefs of others based on the lack of a belief on his/her part.
Religion has no place in government. Our founding fathers lived in a time where over 90% of the people came from Europe, which was predominately Christian. Many But that doesn't mean that those who are atheist are therefore more likely to be immoral. We are punished for what we believe in this life. I would also like to point out that some of the most bloody wars in history were caused by religion. Just as many famous psychopaths are theists as ones that are atheist. Just as many thieves are theistic as atheistic. Just as many people athiests put others before themselves as thiests. There are just as many great thiests as great atheists who have done good for Humanity. Neither is worse or better than the other, so what does it matter if a president is a theist or an atheist? They are both capable of doing good and doing bad, they are Human. Humanity is imperfect, as Christianity is so fond of telling us, so how can another Human do worse than another just because he doesn't believe that there is no free will? (To counter any arguement against my previous statements, if god knows everything, he knows what we will do. If he controls everything he controls us and thus there is no freewill. And if something is imperfect it cannot be created by something that is perfect. Perfection CANNOT create imperfection, so the thought of a god is illogical.) Religion shouldn't matter, and preaching that people should be tolerant of others as my pastor (when I was younger and believed this stuff) always told me, and then turning around and attacking homosexuals, Islam, atheists, etc. etc. to the extent of wars that have killed millions over the years. It is insulting and it pains me to say I once agreed with that and did the same thing. I am now an atheist due to my father and how he showed me that Christianity was illogical. Does it make me more prone to hurt others because of that single fact? I would hope that such a trivial and private matter not be a determining factor in how I treat others. I would hope the person who represents my country wouldn't use his beliefs as a determining factor in his policies. That would be against the very things the US Stands for. If we elect someone based on a trivial matter, we are simply undermining the system we as Americans believe in.
12.2.20 So many aberrations, so what exactly is normal? patriot act and acta invalidated most of the legislated bill of rights.
truth is honour