Thursday, December 06, 2007

More Religion

Just one more question since Mike Huckabee is a Baptist Minister shouldn't that disqualify him for running for President based on separation of church and state? Would Huckabee, who has said that he doesn't believe in evolution

http://www.foxnews.com/wires/2007May04/0,4670,Onthe2008Trail,00.html

And that abortion should be outlawed

http://www.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/mike-huckabee.htm

But that notwithstanding again the fact he is a minister should disqualify him under again separation of church and state.

5 comments:

Robert E Wilson said...

I don't get this one at all. Being a Minister in no way, excludes him from running for President. He has the right to pursue his religion. Even your previous post states this.

Bill C said...

Would having an intern calling you "God" in the oval office come under seperation of church and state?

Erik said...

Again I'm asking a question Robert IF we have separation of church and state we should not have a minister. I never said one religion or another has a difference BUT pastor's rabbi's etc. people who will force their religious views on us shouldn't run.

Erik said...

Again though that applies if we have that rule.

Erik said...

Mind you also I never said Baptists couldn't run I never said anyone couldn't run just I wonder about preachers, etc.