Big mistake to vote for Palin.I don't want (and neither do millions of other Americans), that type of Christianity in government.Or having any influence in USA society.Time was that particular "strain" of Christian expression (as exemplified by Palin & Company), was largely ridiculed as "Hillbilly" Christianity, and was caricatured as such. We laughed at these people as oddities and misfits, lunatics and fanatics, as indeed they are.I'd like to see it fade back into the depths of the Appalachian Mts., or the depths of the South again, never to rise in any form of influence again.
No. It is even simpler than that.....Christians vote...
Wouldn't be easier to standarize this type of ballot instead of the punch card?
You're an okay guy, Mr. Sonnen.I prefer the Baldwin-Castle ticket with the Constitution Party, but you are still an okay guy!
Wait... I thought that Obama was running for the Socialist party?
I agree with the anonymous poster above. I am a Catholic, and would prefer not to vote than voting for Mrs. Palin. The Republican party and its leaders have not demonstrated Christian values thru their actions to me or to the world. On the contrary, the political tricks they perform seem to be inspired in some diabolical book.I don't see much of ethical and morals in their yelling and racist campaign either.
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