reply to post by bigbert81
First you will find with me, my friend, is that I am not the usual people you argue with on here.
I do not completely support any one given candidate and I am a proud card carrying member of the Republican Party.
The simple fact is this:
If you, or anyone, do not take into consideration every single piece of information about a presidential candidate when casting a vote, you should not
That includes, his church, his youth, his college days, finances, drug use, associations etc...
This is not a job in a garage or fast food restaurant, it is the single most important job currently in the world.
A person that submits their name for this position, and then cries fowl, or others cry fowl for them, when any area of their lives is looked into, is
either a fool, or hoping to hide something.
I will assume Obama is not a fool.
The giving up of private information when entering the public arena is not some secret that has been shoved on him at the last second. Every single
politician understands this, and accepts it when entering PUBLIC office. Heck, even in my position in Public Service, I have to accept some of my
private life will never be private.
All of the lib attempts at diversion from this subject, only causes more and more people to look at it and wonder exactly to what extent it will
effect a potential president.