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Good Religions and Bad Religions

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?

Submitted by Frankie Rader (United States), Jul 20, 2008 at 15:23

In this Country, a person is not identified by his Father's Religion. Many people born of parents Catholics, Jewish, Protestant , do not necessairly stick with the religion they were born into.

There are good people in bad religions and bad people in Good religions, only God knows what is in their hearts.

In the U.S.A, Conservatrives, Chrisrtian Coalition etc say that you should be a Christian to become President. If that is the case then the Jews in this Country can't be President..

This Country is supposed to have freedom of Religion.

The Evangelicals think they are the only ones going to Heavven. I think they may be in for a surpise when they get to the Pearly Gates. We don't need another President who thinks God tells him to go to war.

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