BabeWilliams wrote:So, is everyone over here in favor for Obama???
I'm not allowed to vote, but if I was this is what I'd do. I'd be going to McCain-Palin. I'm not racist or anything, but I think it would be cool to have a Man-Woman team thing going on. And being that they're Republican, they're pro-life. Which I'm all for, if our family didn't believe that way I would be here today.
I feel sorry for Palin sometimes too. She was getting bashed because her teenage daughter is pregnant. Can anyone honestly say, they don't know someone who was or is a teenager while having a baby? It happens all the time, it's no reason for her to be bashed.
She's also being bashed because of her Assembly Of God religion. I go to an Assembly Of God church, and I'm just fine. This is America for God's sake, freedom of religion.. HELLO!!
Megan, we're not talking about freedom of religion and I never said Palin could not go to church if that is what she wants, fine with me. If I were an American and I'd have to vote, I'd be worried reading just the two lines below.
http://www.spiegel.de/international/wor ... 40,00.html
More than once, vice presidential candidate and current governor of Alaska Sarah Palin has shown a habit of investing secular matters with religious meaning. A $30 billion gas pipeline in Alaska was "God’s will," the war in Iraq was a "task that is from God."
How am I supposed to take someone like that seriously? Someone who believes that the war in Iraq was a task from God? Hello, she's a politician after all and is supposed to do what is best for her country, not what some so-called God whispered in her ear.
They'd call the men in the white coats here in Germany if somebody, especially a politician, acted that way and even worse justified his actions because God told him so - best example, Bush.