I didn't "picture" anything.<quoted text>
I realize you think my way of thinking is a pic of a big bearded man dressed like a viking who rules his family with an iron fist, but you would be wrong.
My wife and I are one. We believe in a God who says the man is to rule His house with Godly wisdom.
The man is to give himself up for his wife, as Christ gave Himself up for His bride the church.
We to work together on any and all issues, and if we reach a point where we just don't know, then my wife chooses to let me choose what we should do.
Just like this last presidential election.
We were torn on who to vote for.
Obama was a no brainer for us, becouse of his stance on gay marriage and abortion, and just about all other issues.
Romney was a morman, and we did not want morman to be in the American spotlight, even though we knew it would be between obama or Romney.
Yes there were more running, but history shows that "most " people are cookie cutters and either vote D or R.
We vote according to the person running and their values.
You are the one who seems to think there must be one "in charge". You are the one who is wrong.
Again, my husband and I work until we agree. It's the way it's done in any good partnership.
I see you are just as bigotted against Mormons as you are Muslims. No surprise there.
The fact that you seem to feel a spouses should both vote for the same person says much about you, and really has nothing to do with the subject.