Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Question of the Day

The election of Barack Obama is historic. The United States has looked beyond the color of person's skin and judged on character. Another historic election comes to mind, that of John Kennedy, the first non-Protestant president.

I have one question. Could a non-Christian be elected president?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

America hasnt looked beyond race. America elected him because of his race.

shira0607 said...

No, we voted for him because his of his ideas and goals for this country. McCain could have won if he had moved beyond the divisive tactics of politicians like Palin. There are no 'little pockets of real' America. We are all Americans.

Jack said...

Obama wasn't elected because of his color.