No problem.I was feeling annoyed at people when I responded....sorry.
If he/she followed the path of small government, more freedom, and less taxes I care not of their religion (of course, freedom of religion would be a must).
'The whole universe is going to die!'
It should have clued us all in that President Obama's campaign rhetoric was nothing even close to his lifestyle, religion, associates, words, voting record, etc., but the people were suckered in by slick oratory and a rockstar persona.
I hope America will never be that gullible again.
"I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it." --Benjamin Franklin 1776
With that said, I might hold my nose and vote for him anyway, depending on who he was running against.
Are you coming to bed?
I can't. This is important.
Someone is WRONG on the internet! -XKCD
No. I wouldn't vote for this person. I don't view scientology as a religion but as a very dangerous organization set up to con people out of their money.
No way would anyone who shares my values ever have anything to do with this "religion".
"Yes, but are you a Protestant atheist or a Catholic atheist?".- Northern Irish joke
Ok lets say a guy runs for the presidency. His political beliefs are the exact same as yours, he was the governor of his state for 8 years in which the state prospered in. He is honest and trustworthy and basically great in every way.
However for a religion he is a follower of the Egyptian sun god Ra, son of Isis, would you vote for him?