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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    No offense Im just being as honest as possible but I have absolutely no words to describe this type of delusion and total lack of reality, its as if some of your posts live and breathe in a vortex of bias, non-objective, partisan, hyperbole and yet at the same time you are totally void of any reality of such.

    Its quite shocking and staggering at times.
    Sorry, but I didn't buy into the smear campaign on Palin. She is a true conservative and a great American, who is quite intelligent. She energized me enough to vote in 2008. Of course I didn't know just how bad Obama would be. I thought he couldn't be much worse than McCain. Anyway, I did vote for McCain, and it was less painful because she was on the ticket.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Sorry, but I didn't buy into the smear campaign on Palin. She is a true conservative and a great American, who is quite intelligent. She energized me enough to vote in 2008.
    And yet you choose an unknown over Palin this time around.............................. What soured you on Palin?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    the problem with that is shouldn't that be his thought process for EVERYONE, not just Muslims?
    While I agree 100% with you last statement theres a poster in this very thread who as said many times his bible is more important than the constitution or the united states, and thats fine thats his right but his religion would never be question because its christian thus the issue people are having with the statement.
    well, I would imagine that while such a poster is correct in their personal life, they would be remiss indeed if they were not willing to enforce the laws of the nation first. Either be willing to enforce the laws of the nation and only the nation, or refuse to take the position - those are the only two legitimate positions.

    the problem with comparing the two faiths, is that the founder of Christianity specifically made the point of arguing that government and faith should be seperate, while the founder of Islam made the opposite argument.

    It is possible to fully live a Christian faith in a 'Christian' country with an utterly secularist government. the same is not true of Islam - as it is antithetical to the teachings of that faith.

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    well, I would imagine that while such a poster is correct in their personal life, they would be remiss indeed if they were not willing to enforce the laws of the nation first. Either be willing to enforce the laws of the nation and only the nation, or refuse to take the position - those are the only two legitimate positions.

    the problem with comparing the two faiths, is that the founder of Christianity specifically made the point of arguing that government and faith should be seperate, while the founder of Islam made the opposite argument.

    It is possible to fully live a Christian faith in a 'Christian' country with an utterly secularist government. the same is not true of Islam - as it is antithetical to the teachings of that faith.
    That is one of the big differences between Western culture and that of the Muslims. It took a while for Christians to get that way, but separation of church and state (even if that phrase is not in the US Constitution) is an important part of our culture now.

    Maybe one day the Muslims will follow suit, but as of now they seem to want to have a government run at least in part by the clergy. They will never be free as long as that is the case, regardless of the so called "Muslim spring". Maybe one day they will realize it.

    Yet, individual Muslims seem to like it here in the US, where they can practice their religion, sans the stoning of adulterers and so on, yet not have it a part of the government.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by DashingAmerican View Post
    Realistically, the voters he lost by picking Palin as his VP he gained by picking her. Meaning the number of voters he lost for picking her, he gained from voters he didn't have in the first place.
    realistically not true, he lost more "votes", she help gain some popularity and mommentum and offered a twist but that QUICKLY wore off after she talked and even her own party decided she shouldnt talk and should be low key
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Sorry, but I didn't buy into the smear campaign on Palin. She is a true conservative and a great American, who is quite intelligent. She energized me enough to vote in 2008. Of course I didn't know just how bad Obama would be. I thought he couldn't be much worse than McCain. Anyway, I did vote for McCain, and it was less painful because she was on the ticket.
    Sorry but what you said changes nothing, it actually helps support my post even further because you cant even see you are supporting my post
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    well, I would imagine that while such a poster is correct in their personal life, they would be remiss indeed if they were not willing to enforce the laws of the nation first. Either be willing to enforce the laws of the nation and only the nation, or refuse to take the position - those are the only two legitimate positions.

    the problem with comparing the two faiths, is that the founder of Christianity specifically made the point of arguing that government and faith should be seperate, while the founder of Islam made the opposite argument.

    It is possible to fully live a Christian faith in a 'Christian' country with an utterly secularist government. the same is not true of Islam - as it is antithetical to the teachings of that faith.
    except the fact that everything YOU said is YOUR opinion on the two faiths and nothing more LOL
    there are Christians on this very board that want the law in their faith and their faith only as there are Muslims out there that want the freedoms of America and are fine with their religion being just that, theirs for them not thiers to be forced on all.

    so again my post stands and shows his reaction was a judgmental stereotypical one that shows clear bias.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    So answer his question. Can someone swear in on a quran and be trusted to follow American law over sharia law?
    As far as having yes men in your cabinet, there are people in Obama's cabinet that he's never even talked to in 2 plus years. He gets his advise from the likes of Union Thug Richard Trumpka and any number of radical czars that hold his same values.
    I have no problem with Cain wanting to do the same. He wants to be 100% sure that those he appoints will uphold our laws and Constitution. He wants them to be on the same page he is.
    to answer your question the answer would be YES and just like we trust them to hold up AMerican law over christian law.

    To act like this isnt a concern for most if not all religions is niave, bias and or bigoted.

    Want to see the hard core chrsitians that could not be trusted to support american law? simply visit a abortion, gay equal rights thread or one about musilims vs terroist threads.

    Now is that all christians? absolutley not but they are out there and ignoring them while focusing on others is where people have the problem
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Dayam, talk about being a deer caught in the headlights Herman Cain didn't even know what the Palestinian Right of Return is ... Chris Wallace had to tell him what it is! And then Cain proceeded to make up a position on the matter on the spot! Haha!!

    "The right of return ... ? The right of return ... ???"


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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Sorry, but no.............................
    His own people would tear him to shreds as an Uncle Tom. He'd either change completely, or go down in flames. Imagine what the media would do to him.
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