I think I get you now - you have a bigoted attitude against any candidate for president who has religious roots - unless they're islamic.
No on both observations...
1. I don't like canidates that use their religious ideologies as a means to making laws in regards to US citizens...Nor do I like voters that use their perferred religions to vote those politicians into office...
I firmly believe that religion has no place in our goverment policies nor at the voting booth.
Nobody cares about focusing on the issues and what canidates are doing about those issues...They'd rather focus much more on whether that canidate is the same faith as them
and where they do their shopping...
Voters like you vote on fancy packaging, not what's in the box.
Probably much of the law has it's roots in religion - there is a law against murder because people think it's wrong. There are laws to help the poor because of the influence of charity requirements of the abrahamic religions. I don't like anti-religious bigots who think they can prescribe why people should vote this or that way.
A vague statement - nobody could decipher it. What precisely does "place" mean?
You don't get it - people use that as a broad indicator of the person's character and what he'll do in office. I'm an agnostic, and I have a christian guy watch my house when I'm on frequent trips. Why? Because I know Christian ethics, and I know my house and all my stuff is safe with him.
The apt description of an Obama voter. They're enchanted by a black guy who actually CAN conjugate the "to be" verb.