Which nominee for president are you most scared of to be in office?

@vellibiz (297)
United States
August 29, 2008 9:29am CST
I just wanted to know everyones thoughts, You mostly hear who is most pre-pared. But i think "who your most scared of to be in office might be more direct".-im an obama hopefull, but im often scared of what change might bring.
4 responses
• United States
30 Aug 08
I am not scared that John McCain will win, I am slightly nervous that most Americans are not advanced to the point of Obama's beliefs and my own. Most don't realize what it truly means to be prochoice, and this is a major issue to me. The next president will decide who will take the bench for several slots of the highest court of our land, which could devastate Roe v. Wade, and other better legislation to come in the future - we have a long way to go to reach our evolutionary best! I am prochoice for parents deciding when to euthanize their elderly relatives or their children, if either interfere with their life. We need to be able to make choices about our lives even after a "baby" is born; why should our rights be revoked then? Why should someone have to pay for their mistake of deciding to keep their baby? We should be able to change our mind! I think Obama will help us to achieve this goal, but he just hasn't made the next evolutionary thought-jump! I say, survival of the fittest! What use do they have for society if they are unwanted leeches? We need a change in America, and I am excited to see Obama take a stand for it!! Obama WILL be president, he must!
@newtondak (3950)
• United States
29 Aug 08
It scares me to think that it is even possible that Obama might be elected president. Our country can not wait a decade for something to be done about our energy crisis - action needs to be taken immediately. I also am fearful of his views regarding the ward and also fear that actions he might take could endanger our troops further.
@dogsnme (1265)
• United States
29 Aug 08
I believe in the Christian principles this country was founded on and Barack Obama's pro-choice stance and his stance in favor of gay rights are just two examples of how his and the Democratic Party's position are strongly anti-Christian. As long as they keep this anti-Christian attitude toward these and other issues facing America, they will never get my vote.
• United States
29 Aug 08
The thought that oNObama could be president scared me spitless! How ever I think that McCain's choice for VP of Sara Palin will be a great help in seeing that does NOT happen.