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Thread: President's Faith
12-22-07, 02:01 AM #1Ninja In TrainingVerified LEO
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What role should the personal faith of a President play in his/her decision-making?"Sometimes doing the right thing, is not doing the right thing."
12-22-07, 02:15 AM #2
I'm religious - and I say not very much, to none.
Our government was not meant to be entangled with any religion. Run by moral "god fearing" people - YES. But not by a church. Faith should not be a big role at all.
I know that some people make a big deal of faith around election year because it gives them an opportunity to play on ignorance and hate as a means of gathering more votes - ie, "he's Mormon, he's Catholic, he's Agnostic," etc.
If one votes solely along their faith I tend to see that as a prime indicator of ignorance, and another person who got stuck in the dark ages.
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