Obama Too Liberal And McCain Is A Pain!!!

@Rozie37 (15499)
Turkmenistan
July 28, 2008 11:46pm CST
I registered to vote this year for the first time, but I do not think that I will be voting for either candidate. The fact that Obama has allowed himself to be known as a Christian, I would expect him to do more to represent Biblical laws. As for McCain, I can not appreciate anyone who stoops to scandulous accusations to acheive their goals. People suggest that I vote for the lessor of the two evils, but for me, it is far too close to make such a call. So I believe that I will be voting for the same guy I have been voting for the last few years, God almighty. He is the only one who ultimately decides who takes office anyway. What do you think? http://www.knx1070.com/McCain-Takes-Aim---Obama-s-Character/2679136
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@devylan (695)
• United States
31 Jul 08
So, based on this logic, no one should vote.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
1 Aug 08
anyone can vote, this is simply my opinion.
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@devylan (695)
• United States
2 Aug 08
Are you still not voting?
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@ClarusVisum (2163)
• United States
29 Jul 08
"The fact that Obama has allowed himself to be known as a Christian, I would expect him to do more to represent Biblical laws." Such as? Just curious.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
29 Jul 08
Being against abortion and homosexuality for starters.
@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
30 Jul 08
I will have to investigate some of this. But the fact of the matter is, you are talking about things that God did or ordered done. God is the only one who should give or end a life. Anyone else is attempting to do his job. These people were being punished by God, the only just judge. God gave us dominion over animals, not people.
• United States
30 Jul 08
Just find me one verse where God says that life begins at conception. On the other hand, if I remember Genesis correctly, life begins at the first breath according to the Bible--I do believe the phrase "breath of life" is in there somewhere around when God creates Adam and/or Eve.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
29 Jul 08
I feel the same way. I am not sure who to vote for. I just hope and pray which ever one gets voted in will do the best job for our country.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
29 Jul 08
If my life depended on voting for one or the other, I would seriously be in trouble. God selected the winner before the foundation of the world, so our little vote doesn't make a difference at all. the person who wins is the one that God has chosen for such a time as this.
• United States
29 Jul 08
I don't know how you can think God is behind US elections, considering the disastrous Presidency we've been through. I wouldn't insult God by associating him with someone as incompetent as Bush. :P
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
29 Jul 08
Rosie you are right it is God's choice. Even though I didn't agree with some of the stuff Bush did. He was made president of our country for the last 8 years. I don't think a lot of things that the president does is all of his choice I mean there are people behind him that do make choices also.
@Polly1 (12648)
• United States
29 Jul 08
This election is a tough call. I was really hoping that Hillary was going to get the nomination. I don't like either one of the canidates. What the heck are we going to do. We need somebody that is going to do something, the ways things are going now in our country is not good. what is it going to be like. We can't afford nothing now. People are losing their homes, its a tough world out there.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
30 Jul 08
The things that are happening now were prophesied in the Bible many years ago. The fact of the matter is, it is going to get much worse before Jesus returns. The only hope now is in trusting in God's unfailing mercy.
@Polly1 (12648)
• United States
30 Jul 08
You got that right!!!!!!
@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
29 Jul 08
If I were American, I would vote for the candidate who is for traditional marriage, against abortion, and against giving special privileges to homosexuals and saying that if you quote Romans I you are guilty of a hate crime. And the worse thing about Obama is that he does not want babies who survived abortions to live. That can be carried to the extreme. I would vote for McCain. You can always get him to change his views on stem cells and just limit that to adult stem cells once he gets into office. With Obama, you cannot do that. And all candidates tell nasty things about each other. This is mild compared to previous campaigns.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
30 Jul 08
The biggest problem that I have with McCain is the continuance of this war. If it were not for these wars and McCains covert prejudice. I would have no problems voting for him, but I just don't like him and the war is what is sucking away all our financial resources.
• United States
5 Aug 08
I am right there with you Rozie. A politician is a politician and really cannot be trusted to do the things they say they will until they get in the office and prove themselves to be a man of their word. God is my president.............my everything! and it is on God that I depend. Have a good one Rozie and God Bless!
@tombiz (2039)
• Philippines
5 Aug 08
I understand your situation and you are not actually alone with your predicament. A lot of people are confused which of the two would be the better choice. At the end...some could not yet decide whom. It is either they will vote an independent candidate or they won't vote at all. Although I am not in the USA and I am not supposed to meddle with this American affairs...I am always following the election heat...starting from the hot primaries between Obama and Clinton. But personally I would go for Obama had I been a voting American.
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• Canada
20 Apr 09
Well, the election has come and gone, and Obama has won. I'm glad he won over McCain (even though I'm in Canada, my husband is an American citizen). Obama is a Christian, albeit a very liberal one. Some Christians choose to take the Bible in context using it as a guide, others choose to take it absolutely literally.
• United States
30 Jul 08
Just write down on the voting that I vote for neither that should get to the point and don't fill in either candidates name on the card.
@chertsy (3804)
• United States
30 Jul 08
I just read that Obama wants to keep troops in Iraq, and I have heard and read that he wants to take them out of Iraq and place them in Afghanistan. So if this is true, he's up there with McCain with troops over seas. So, we are screwed either way. If we keep this up, we will end up in a war against Iran, and our troops have already reached their breaking point. If he's saying he's a Christian, that's good for him. Bush did the same and look what that got us. I just want someone in office that won't blow smoke up my butt. If he's going to screw us over, to just tell us so we can prepare for it with some lubricant.
@twallace (2675)
• United States
29 Jul 08
Your the first person that really said something that makes alot of since about this election. Let The Creator(God) be the one to decide. That is right on point, no matter what either of them say or do that will be the final decision maker in the election. This is one election that they have really went below the belt. With commercials and news interview of one another, as you would say talking about each other. So everyone will have to wait until Nov. to see who will be the winner. Then that will be the start of a bigger problem fixing the mistake of the president that is leaving office. If they can't make it better they will be blamed if it gets worst. Have a good one.