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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Jun 23, 2008.
Which are really important to you?
Duh!! I really expected the choices would be things like snap, bridge, poker, beggar my neighbour, or perhaps hearts, diamonds, clubs, spades. :laugh:
Yikes! Someone who would say "I have a problem with a black president" needs to get straightened out...
As well as the six folks, as of now, that voted that they have a problem with a woman president. Such an attitude being shown tends to reinforce the unfortunate view that some ultra-conservative Christians are potentially misogynistic.
What have politicians got to do with playing cards?
We really need more choices, and no eight year, professional polititian clans, either. The choices this time are espesically dismal to me.
Black, white, male, female, young, old - doesn't matter to me.
I would have a problem with a pro-abortion president!
I don't think we have ever had a pro-abortion president. Pro-choice, yes, but not pro-abortion.
At this point I have only a problem with Bush. I prefer he stays in Crawford the rest of his term.
I will accept anyone else who steps up to the privilege of commander and chief. I did chose the age selection only because I know that is a high stress job and I don't think any job is worth your life and health.
Nice play on words. Are you a politician too?
In America today, pro-choice = pro-abortion.
That's true. It's simply saying that there is no right or wrong. Whatever you choose is right.
OK, as for presidential choices, I prefer someone who stands for the truth. Where are you going to get a politician like that--an honest politician? To me that makes as much sense as saying "a God-fearing atheist." I'm sorry, but politicians no longer instill any confidence in me.
It is you who is playing on words.
Not really, some people believe I don't tell you what to do in your house and you do the same with me. Now if I come in your yard,that's a different story...
Liberals use "prochoice", conservatives, "proabortion" in relation to the abortion issue.
As to the poll question, it doesn't matter to me. Either way, the Kingdom of God is neither diminished nor enhanced by whomever is elected.
This is a poll people! You vote your conscience and that is it. If you want to remark on a particular person's view then start a discussion in a discussion forum.
I have no problem with a black, white, red, yellow or brown POTUS.
I have no problem with a man or woman POTUS.
I have no problem with anyone older than 35 as POTUS.
I do have a problem with the choices we have been handed.
As "other" is concerned, I do have a problem with any person that is not going to lead this nation in the direction that I am not comfortable with.