| SamoneLenior wrote:|
| Flowing-Ice wrote:|
so what if a poor person chooses republican?
theres more to their choice than money. and there should be more to yours too.
people that have religious morals almost always choose republican. why would you want them to do otherwise? I don't understand that argument.
if a republican or democrat is voted president, will their economic situation really change? they're already poor. they will continue working their minimum wage jobs. what would be the real difference?
I know that
Not true. I have religious morals and I don't usually vote republican.....and all the religious people I know/associate with feel the same way. I may not support gay marriage and all that other stuff liberals do, but I have kids to feed and whom ever I feel will make it less likely that I won't be able to feed them is my ideal candidate. I have no room to judge....I have to answer to God for my own actions - no one else's and everyone else has the same obligation.
I think Mitt Romney is an angry, egotistical tyrant who doesn't want anyone who does not explicitly agree with him to have any say - oh yeah, and he is very disrespectful, especially for a self professing "Christian"......but on a side note, a person who shouts from the mountain tops that they are Christian usually can't be trusted, JMHO. It is usually a rouse to throw you off of their true motives. Paul Ryan is too busy looking at his own reflection in whatever may be reflecting it at that moment, to sacrifice his "good looks" with stress and all that comes with the second highest office in the land. I dunno if he's ever noticed, but men who go into the job of Commander in Chief age at an alarming rate. I can only imagine that the right hand man doesn't have it any better.
Edited by nicks_hotmama06 - Nov 05 2012 at 3:43pm