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Der Sturmbannführer

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#31 15 years ago

"not to mention I can't think of any presidents that were not Christian."

and all past presidents used reference to a god and said god bless america and blah blah blah, so to say anything about bush is redicoulus... seriosuly, do you people have anything better to do than uselesly bash??...




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#32 15 years ago

His foreign polocy is based on religion his victory is based on homophobic creationists does that not bother you. What the pope says controls who is elected in out country. I wish there was a atheist president who was neither Liberal or Conservative. A good leader I could trust. That would earn my vote




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#33 15 years ago

his policy has nothing to do with religion at all, the popes voice means very very little in the elctions. yes i would very much like to see a atheist president, however i doubt you would see much a difference at all...




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#34 15 years ago

some athiest guy tried to remove the word god from bush's speech , he went to court , the judge said he had no power to do that, lol




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#35 15 years ago
What the pope says controls who is elected in out country.

Umm, the majority of Christians in the United States are not Catholic, but Protestant. Historically, Americans have been distrustful of the Pope.

You'll note that Kerry did even less of that. "We won't hold our soldiers hostage to cheap oil" and "We'll tie up the loose nukes in Russia" is about as specififc as he got.

No, you're wrong. You only heard the soundbites on the news. You never saw any of the campaign rallies, and probably didn't watch his acceptance speech either. http://www.johnkerry.com (look under "on the issues") has a full and specific list of what he planned to do. But I do think that Bush might have a slight problem keeping religion and government separate...more so than past presidents. His whole outlook, on things such as Iraq and terrorism, is influenced greatly by his religion. It's affecting his judgment.




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#36 15 years ago

its not effecting his judgement, remember he dosnt do all the decisions on his own... and i being a non-religous person, agree with the war/etc.




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#37 15 years ago
Der Sturmbannführer "if Bush hadnt gotten us into a hole with his war[s]... i dont think we would have any enemies to worry about." wrong, we had the same eneiumies before 9/11 as we do today, the war is just an excuse at the right time, in the future when this is all over, and its a textbook item, ppl will look back and laugh at ppl like you and your comments, and this is not a speculation, it is a fact, it happens with every major event in history wit hevery major politician/leader...

i really dont think so. if the 'terrorists' wanted to have killed Bush, they would have already went after him. oh...and....its "people"... its hard to aurgue with someone when they spell like a child.




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#38 15 years ago

I'm glad I live in the secular UK. I have a deep mistrust of anyone who publically talks about god. Religion has no place outside ones home or church, let alone in modern democratic government.

To be quite frank, whenever Bush opens his trap, it disturbs me :eek:




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#39 15 years ago
Big {Daddy}I'm glad I live in the secular UK. I have a deep mistrust of anyone who publically talks about god. Religion has no place outside ones home or church, let alone in modern democratic government. To be quite frank, whenever Bush opens his trap, it disturbs me :eek:

Exactly my viewpoint maybe I'll go live there before our president wraps himself up in another war because of some voices in his head and gets me drafted. If the war was like WW2 or whatever I would serve my country but Bush's voices and not a good reason for me or any brave American to die.




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#40 15 years ago

"oh...and....its "people"... its hard to aurgue with someone when they spell like a child."

wow, dont u feel special aeg. your bs about bush is being washed out with reality, so you counter with flaming me... a typical move for a democrat/liberal or anyone who needs to fight by hitting below the belt to acheive a victory... i type to communicate as quickly as possiible, i couldnt care less how fancy my text looks, and i would hardly say thats spelling like a child, children have hard enough time spelling their own names...