StlSluggers wrote:I would be considered as part of the religious right, and I'm not even voting that way this time. I'm looking for someone to shrink government. Give me that, and I'll be able to handle a lot of other things that would normally irritate someone of my bent.
That's basically how people should vote; I'd say policy is more important than religious affiliation any day, but there are still a lot of single-issue voters out there, on both sides. But your attitude is basically what's going to shape this election; are people going to make compromises to vote for the best candidate, or are they going to snub someone based on one or two things?