• Yes

  • No

56% 18 votes
44% 14 votes
  • If i was American and i liked his/her policies.

    Posted by: reece
  • If I agreed with their views and they don't want to bring damn Sharia law into America.

  • It's stupid to vote against some because of their religious beliefs. What matters is their performance as POTUS, not how they worship. Honestly, I think people have a right to keep such beliefs secret if they so choose - it really isn't anyone's business.

  • If I liked his policies, sure.

  • As long as he did not force his religion onto the public.

  • If he was a defender of Liberty and a constitutionalist, sure.

  • assuming he/she doesn't force it down the public's throats.

  • Religion should have no affect on, what actually matter are their policies.

  • It all depends. Do I agree with their views? How devout are they?

    Posted by: benhos
  • Depends on their ideologies and views on everything. If I agree with what they wish to implement, sure. However I highly doubt I will agree with anything they have to say lol.

  • Honestly I do have deep reservations about a muslim being president. I have reservations about devout CHRISTIANS being president even though I am a christian, so If a person who was running for president flaunted being devoutly muslim, or even just moderately muslim, then I would have questions about their likely conservative stances on social issues. It wouldnt be impossible for a Muslim candidate to get my support, but they would have to be a damn near perfect candidate for that to happen, which would mean that them being Muslim is nothing more than an aspect about them, not a quality they turn to for their political stances and beliefs

  • If he's a Muslim Head of State ("President" has honorable connotations) he is mandated by his religion to make everyone convert. Fortunately, he has the First Amendment to contend with, until he does an executive order a la Obama.

  • Why would I, I do not believe in Islam and I afford it no merit

  • Depends on how much they let their religion influence their policies. Most likely no though.

  • At this time, no. Maybe in the future, if Islamic terrorism no longer exists. I'd have to feel certain that the religion would not adversely affect the rights of everyone. At this time, I don't have that certainty, and I do require certainty, not wishful thinking. My opinion could change in the future, depending on what the future brings.

  • No, they will destroy america

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TBR says2015-09-20T15:39:26.9102899Z
I have a hard enough time voting for a Christian. Is any of his policy was based on the koran or Hadiths, no.
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T15:40:05.4272328Z
Will he be the best candidate?
imabench says2015-09-20T15:42:20.4460983Z
TBR my sentiments exactly
imabench says2015-09-20T15:42:44.5794530Z
Why is it that I cant say 'im in the same boat with ya' without it getting censored? F***
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T15:45:05.9163590Z
It'd be easier if it was assumed that he was the best candidate and you agreed with them more than the others, that way you could think whether or not you'd not vote for him just cause of his religion.
tajshar2k says2015-09-20T15:46:43.8434923Z
Thats a pretty large assumption. Religion influences peoples thoughts.
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T15:53:54.0733446Z
Then you're just asking if you'd vote for a president who's socially conservative, and I wouldn't vote for any socially conservative, therefore his religion hardly matters here.
tajshar2k says2015-09-20T16:01:15.5561746Z
But the chances of him being muslim and not being irreligious are very minuute
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T16:02:49.9679798Z
What? Did you just say if he's a muslim he won't be irreligious? Because I think the same thing applies with Christian presidents.
tajshar2k says2015-09-20T16:04:59.9985718Z
The chances of a Christian president bringing his religion into the law are far less. Muslims are more religious in general
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T16:06:37.8542406Z
Do have any real evidence of that regarding Muslim politicians in America?
tajshar2k says2015-09-20T16:10:45.2406264Z
There aren't really any muslim politicians in America, but I can look at other countries and make assumptions. I wouldn't trust him even if he said. Only if his previous track record shows his strict seperation of state, and all the other candidates were garbage?
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T16:14:46.9485758Z
Well if you're going with that, I would have trouble voting for any religious president that touts their religion when campaigning.
tajshar2k says2015-09-20T16:15:03.9485860Z
I wouldn't really care if Obama was muslim, because is previous actions aren't religious based.
tajshar2k says2015-09-20T16:15:44.1661594Z
Exactly, thats why guys like Ben Carson and Huckabee are idiots.
UtherPenguin says2015-09-20T16:47:26.9815513Z
Doesn't America already have a Muslim president? Barack HUSSEIN 0bama.
Varrack says2015-09-20T16:48:46.9018882Z
Define touting their religious beliefs while campaigning. Simply stating your beliefs shouldn't be a big deal.
imabench says2015-09-20T16:54:44.9335474Z
Uther I know youre trying your best to not be a sh** troll, but know that you are failing miserably and need to stop
reece says2015-09-20T17:02:50.9717200Z
@imabench I took it as -- he was mocking the GOP.
UtherPenguin says2015-09-20T17:10:30.2445520Z
@imabech I'm flattered :D
chandlerrouse says2015-09-20T17:42:46.7712206Z
If he qualified for the job, his religion is irrelevant, McCathyism people.
chandlerrouse says2015-09-20T17:43:37.7211472Z
I agree with Imabench, utherpenguin trolls every single poll.
PetersSmith says2015-09-20T18:37:30.0425308Z
Hold on, I vote no on the atheist one out of presumption of a radical atheist and get attacked, but you can vote no on this one out of the presumption of a radical Muslim and not get attacked? That makes total sense.
imabench says2015-09-20T19:12:57.0887019Z
Thats because a radical atheist is far less likely to have stances on issues be affected by his (lack of) religious beliefs than a radical muslim. Muslims are kind of notorious for being socially conservative on a lot of social issues, whereas Atheists dont have that kind of image on them when it comes to social issues.
imabench says2015-09-20T19:13:49.3022366Z
Reece, uther isnt just trolling the GOP, he is actually a terrible troll. When you criticize him or point out his idiocy to him though he pretends to take it as a compliment, which is what a sh**ty troll does
Midnight1131 says2015-09-20T19:17:45.7217521Z
Imabench is going full alpha troll right now.
Renegader says2015-09-21T01:05:33.4513478Z
The best trolls are those who walk the thin line between sanity and absurdity.

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