Would you vote for an atheis?
October 11, 2006 4:17pm CST
Say there's a national election going on. You have two candidates to chose from. One is only moderately qualified(ie. experienced, trusted, proven) but had the same religoin as you. The other was very smart, honest, forthcoming but was an atheist. Would you vote for an atheist if his views matched yours other than religoin, or would the mediocre candidate of your own faith get your vote? Force
• United States
22 Oct 06
Oh yeah, thanks. I stay home alot too. Some people will vote with a certain group to which they belong. Be it a political party, church, union. It's best to make individual choices based solely on the person involved. In many cases staying home sends the best message. Force
1 Nov 06
Since in America.... The beauty is that religeon and state are supposed to be seperate. This said, I wouldn't want to know the person's religeon but only their resume and list of things that they are behind. You know, what they stand for politically only. I don't care about what church they subscribe to. What difference does it make if they are an Atheist? This wouldn't effect their career.