Nope, I am worried what millions of living in the dark ages Christians can do.Christians have a strong tendency to vote against their own best interest.I'd really like to understand why they do that.<quoted text>
lol What, you are afraid of a few Christians on a chat board?
President Obama's recent proposal, the "Buffett Rule", which would place a minimum tax rate of 30% on millionaires, failed in the Senate with a 51-49 vote. Only one Republican voted for the bill, falling nine votes short of the 60 vote super majority it needed to move to the House of Representatives.
Though the "Buffett Rule" failed in the Senate, if a 60% threshold was needed among the American people, the bill would have passed with flying colors. 72% of Americans support the "Buffett Rule".
Whether it's religion, fear or simply a case of misinformation, conservative voters have been getting the wool pulled over their eyes for years and it's not only affecting them, but the entire country. The Democratic party is far from perfect, but more often than not, their policies represent the best interest of the majority of the American people.
Poor Christians all they know is fear.<quoted text>
It seems now that non believers are using the law to keep believers quite. Can you say hypocrite, hypocrite?