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Q&A: Which candidate will truly bring the issue of MORALITY to the forefront?

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Question by Why?: Which candidate will truly bring the issue of MORALITY to the forefront?
As a country, our morality has gone down the tubes. Which candidate do you think would do a better job of bringing morals back to our culture?

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Answer by TERESA V
John McCain!!

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21 thoughts on “Q&A: Which candidate will truly bring the issue of MORALITY to the forefront?

  1. Jen says:

    Depends which ones you want. Both sides have morals.

    You have to take the good with the bad, though… freedom of religion, might weaken your favourite but allows others to have their rights too. Gun laws, might make the streets safer for kids, or might outrage some people cause your country is based on the right to bear arms (back when you were the revolutionaries…) Laws to protect women’s rights, offend those who want every baby born. Laws to force every baby to be born, would offend those who want women to have a say in their own lives.

    As for the good old days… what was moral about lynchings? Internment camps? The depression? 🙂

  2. animalcrazy says:


  3. Linda (McCain / Palin 08) says:

    Definately McCain

  4. Joseph M says:

    Sarah Palin.

  5. dpsimswm says:

    Which candidate has written about this in a Christian magazine?

    The magazine’s name is Sojourners. Check it out.

  6. RxGirl704 says:

    Um.. you *are* talking about pol-it-ti-cians here.. right?

  7. bikerphilosopy says:

    Obama, He has taken the High road in this campaign.

    hope my answer helps

  8. johnmeing says:


  9. Tucker says:

    It is not the business of the law to make anyone good or reverent or moral or clean or upright.

    Being moral is an individual responsibility, not a state obligation.

  10. Professor Oglevee says:

    Well all I will say Republicans lie, cheat and commit adultery. Some are wall street thieves.

  11. Mogollon Dude says:

    Neither both have skeletons in the closet and have been bought by the international banker crooks .

  12. louie666pwu says:

    Obama: faithfully married and father of two children.
    McSenile: adulterer. Slept with current wife while still married to first wife.
    You choose.

  13. Griz says:

    Palin and McCain by a mile

  14. pablo_asawa says:

    Neither..are you made me throw up in my mouth

    Obama is a crime lord from Chicago adn old Man McCain is a

    ???who the heck knows what he is? but we don’t want no stinking

    Puritan running the POTUS..these guys get people Whacked if they

    don’t like them..sometimes whole countries get whacked

    now its our turn to get in the Pickel Barell

  15. notvery_likely says:

    Depend what your values are

    Traditional values (ie: traditional marriage, anti abortion, war against drugs etc) probably John McCain because he’s a republican

    New values (gay marriage, woman’s right to choose, support for medical marijuana etc) probably the democrats. I.E. Obama

    Isn’t that the way it always is?

  16. don c says:


    For a guy campaigning on family values, John McCain has broken up a lot of marriages. When he met his first wife (a swimsuit model), she was married to another man. After breaking that marriage up, she stuck by him loyally as he went off to war and was a prisoner for 5 and a half years. When he returned to America, though, he found out that she had been in a car wreck and wasn’t as pretty. So he had a series of affairs, by his own admission, and dumped his wife and adopted family for a younger, very rich blond (now Cindy McCain.) Cindy, the daughter of a wealthy Budweiser beer distributor, was addicted to prescription narcotics and even stole hard drugs from a medical charity that she ran. In February, 2008, the New York Times ran a big article about the unusually close relationship between John McCain and a young telecommunications lobbyist named Vicki Iseman (who looks uncannily like Cindy McCain did when SHE was 25). They became so close that his staff, convinced they were having an affair, confronted both McCain and Iseman, telling them to back off. Now, a lot of people have criticized the Times for hinting without actually saying that McCain had sexual relations with that woman. But really, it doesn’t matter. It’s a matter of record that he accepted money and favors from her, spent a lot of time for her, and did favors for her clients. Among other things, McCain wrote two letters — from a draft provided by Vicki Iseman — to the head of the Federal Communications Commission — which was way out of line, since McCain headed the Senate Commmerce Committee, which controls the FCC. McCain’s pressure was so outrageous that, even though McCain was in charge of funding his commission, the FCC commissioner wrote a letter back rebuking him for his interference, at the height of McCain’s “ethics in government” campaign.
    So, was McCain sleeping with her, hoping to sleep with her, or being subconsciously manipulated by a cute young woman? It doesn’t really matter. He was being led by his groin into ethical violations. Let’s face it, he was 64 at the time and is 72 now. Whether he is still cheating or not, he seems to be led by his dick; witness the videos of McCain checking out Sarah Palin’s butt during the speech where he introduced her.

    Compulsive Gambler
    John McCain loves to play craps (dice), at the $ 15 dollar minimum-bet tables if not higher. This has been confirmed by his top campaign aides over the years (Mark Salter and John Weaver). His longtime friend Wes Gullet says they would play in Vegas for 14 hours at a time, (10am to midnight), and that McCain is superstitious, blowing on the dice and such. It’s not hard to see his love of gambling in his political choices, such as Sarah Palin for VP. All very exciting when he’s gambling his own money or his campaign; but if it’s America’s security at stake, his gambling might be a bit less charming.

    “The thought of [McCain] being president sends a cold chill down my spine. He is erratic. He is hotheaded. He loses his temper and he worries me.” — Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi, who has known McCain for 35 years

  17. Pfo says:

    I don’t think any of them will, not now, not ever. People will do as they please; their morality is their own, and they follow it (or don’t).

  18. FT-5 says:

    One person’s Morality is another person’s sin….

    If you are inferring that Sarah has a high standard or Morality, I’m sorry there is a difference in preaching morality and living it..

    If you are inferring that Obama has a low standard then you are wrong in looking at the way he lived his life..

    Bottom line.. this question is nothing but a garbage question trying to insight a disagreement upon YOUR opinion as to what is good moral standings…

    I agree that this country needs better moral standards, but that has to come from within your own life not governmental regulations!

  19. Amanda S says:

    Lets see, John McCain left his wife after she became disfigured and a month after their divorce was finalized married his mistress. There area also rumors around DC that Johnny cheats on his current wife as well.

    I would go with Obama.

    It’s funny, at first when I read your question I thought it said MORTALITY – in that case def. McCain!!

  20. yeeluke says:

    Obama for sure, your morals start at home with your family.
    Obama because he will not accept money from large corporations which by the way are given huge tax breaks/back handers.
    McCain cheated on his first wife with his current wife, his last wife was in a car accident he left her 1 month later hmmmm talk about morals.
    It take a person to know morals to restore them.

  21. truthsayer says:

    Obama has been quoted as saying that “secularists should make way for faith and morality”… I wish he would take his own advice! Obama not only voted AGAINST the “Born Alive Infant Protection Act” he also stood up before the Illinois legislature and expressed his view that “infants born alive because of a botched abortion should not be entitled to medical care..” And this is why he was voting against it!

    I think this gives us a lot of insight to the real Obama. In my opinion, Obama is, without a doubt the most liberal, unprincipled candidate ever to run for President.

    I believe that one of the most important functions of the President is to nominate Supreme Court Justices… There is no doubt in my mind that McCain would make the better appointments, and that the appointments that Obama would make would cause a further errosion of morality in America.

    More: — Washington, DC ( — “Abortion advocates are defending votes Barack Obama cast in the Illinois Senate against a bill that would require medical facilities to provide appropriate medical care to babies who survive botched abortions….”

    By the way, good question.. The apathy that exists on the morality issues is disturbing. It seems that even most “conservatives” like ourselves, are more concerned about the economy than we are about morality.

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