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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by 4boys4joys, Oct 2, 2007.
Who would you vote for ?
Since there are more than 10 nominees the Republican poll will follow.
None of the above. It was not an option, so I didn't vote in this one.
If I had to vote Democratic, I'd vote Obama.
He has the charisma to change "business as usual" in Washington.
I voted for Dennis Kucinish because any republican could beat that nut job :laugh:
You only get ten slots. Wish I could have put that on both.
Neither did I, as I am (for obvious reasons ) not allowed to vote in US presidential elections.
Which one(s) are against abortion on demand?
:wavey: Maybe you could replace "undecided" with "none of the above" 'cause if one is undecided, there really is no need to cast a vote at all... JMHO...
I do not know how I could go back and edit that. Great idea though !!
i wouldn't pick any of them for the position of dog catcher...so leading the free world is out of question.
Amen Bro. bobbyd, preach it!
If I had to vote for one of these - I won't - I would probably vote for Obama.
He also has the charisma to be the *gasp* anti-christ......
Unfortunately choices aren't a whole lot better on the other side.
I can't vote...
I changed my mind, i would vote for Kucinich because i had some Keebler cookies over the weekend, and i love that elfin magic he uses to make them!
I am undecided who to vote for. I am not a democrate or republican but as I have become a christian and grown in morals I have gone more for the republican side. It seems democrates, for the most part, have started standing up for whatever the people want wether biblically right or not. I am not saying I wont vote democrate but Hillary wont get my vote. I don't believe in a woman leading our country. Obama is muslim and don't think he should even be on the ballet. Some people vote for presidents, like they pick the preacher, they sit under every week. The one who says what they want to hear is the one they support. America needs to turn back to God and vote for the man that will stand strong for the country and not leave God out. I trust that we as Christians will pray and vote for the man we feel God wants in office and not who we want.:type:
If I had to vote Democratic (and I don't) I would vote for the weakest one so he would be easy to beat...
I am not looking forward to this election.
I am glad that you've becoma a Christian and agree that your beliefs affect for whom you vote.
That being said, one's religion does not disqualify someone running for office. In this election, the candidates claim various denominations -- Catholic, Baptist, Methodist and even Mormon.
Further, Obama says he is Christian and attends church in Chicago.