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Should a presidential candidate’s religion be a factor in an election, or is it a personal issue?


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Best Answer Sooner28 says

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    arizonataylor 4 years ago

    I fully understand what you are saying. If religion affects political views, it should be a matter of public record. However, can this be taken too far? Do candidates deserve some privacy?


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    arizonataylor 4 years ago

    Does religion guarantee moral character? Would you feel that any religion guarantees character or just some religions?

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  • Sooner28 4 years ago

    When your vote effects other people, it is their business! I have a gay brother, and when people vote for homophobic candidates, it effects my brother directly. You'd need another justification for saying "it's no one else's business."


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    arizonataylor 4 years ago

    What if that religion runs counter to American ideals and moral codes?


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