In response to:

It's Hard to Be a Republican

gcarlson705 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 3:08 PM
No - Perhaps it is because we value our constitution in that we believe in the separation of church and state. It is detrimental .for a free society. While I am a Christian, I know many atheists with higher moral ground than many self proclaimed Christians. . It is people like you who politicize God that give the people of faith a bad name. God is not an American, a Republican, nor a christian or a Jew or a Buddhist or Muslim - The tragic mistake is those thinking that "god" is on their side..Thats the sort of stuff terrorists are made of.
ColdWolverine Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 8:53 PM
G, I've always wondered what article of the Constitution mentioned the separation of church and state. Where is it in there?
Even when the economy is terrible, when the incumbent Democratic president has not been able to demonstrate success on job creation or growth, and even when the standard of living for Americans is declining on his watch, the country will choose a Democrat "who cares about the problems of people like me" over the Republican. That alone is enough to make Republican heads spin for some time.

Many established beliefs about presidential politics have been proved false by Obama's reelection: 1.) The idea that, when unemployment is above 7 percent, incumbents fail; 2.) The notion that incumbent presidents who...