Ahhh, tis the time for political discussions. What think ye? I am the bad guy according to, well, everyone I know. My opinion is to go with what the Bible says about leaders. A leader should be a believer, one who lives in the fear of G-d and is faithful. Just. That leads me to believe that no matter what, we should vote for the leader who best fits this description. However, most people I know feel that voting for someone who doesn't fit that description is the right thing to do if the one who fits those qualifications has no chance of winning. In fact, some have told me that by following my conviction to do this, I am actually helping the unrighteous ones win by not giving my vote to someone who fits that description better, even if a little known candidate fits it better. What do you think? Is it wrong to vote for a leader who has zip chance of winning but fits the bill for someone willing to stand strong in his/her faith and not waver even if it means being unpopular, or do I vote for one who isn't as strong of a believer, but is closer to it than the next candidate? And right now, based on the two main parties, I have an easier time believing Obama fits that description better than Romney. Perhaps this is because I am quite familiar with the LDS faith and the very false beliefs it holds onto. I find it more dangerous to Christianity than even atheism, because it purports to be the truth and is very deceitful in posing as a Christ centered belief system. What do YOU think the Bible teaches us about voting?