Ah, the warm glow of the political circle continues to encompass us until November. And this year it seems like in addition to electing a Commander-in-Chief, we are also electing a Pastor-in-Chief, a religious leader, if you will – – at least if you listen to some of the pundits.
A few months ago BeliefNet interviewed John McCain and asked him what religion he thought the President should be. The Republican presidential candidate told Beliefnet he’s uncomfortable with a Muslim president but felt Mitt Romney’s Mormonism is a non-issue. Any religion is okay, according to McCain, so long as this candidate “will carry on the Judeo-Christian tradition that has made this country great.”
Very interesting . . .