Voting Question for Single-Issue Catholics?

Candidate A is running on the following platform:

 1. Abortion should be illegal under all circumstances.

 2. Outdoor religious services should be prohibited.

 3. Clergymen should not be permitted to wear clerical garb outdoors.

 4. Church buildings should be confiscated by the state.

 5. Religious weddings should have no significance (civil marriage for all).

 6. Clergymen should not be allowed to inherit property (except from close family)

Candidate B

 1. Abortion should be legal.

 2. He does not favor any restrictions on the church.

Candidate A’s position on religious organizations reflects the law of Mexico, as set forth in its Constitution. Abortion is illegal in most of Mexico.

For whom do you vote?


Tim:  Don't forget, under our system of Government, we live under a Constitution, but in the words of Charles Evans Hughes, the Constitution is what the judges say it is.  Candidate A, if elected, will get to appoint Justices to the Supreme Court, who may justify #2-6 as public health and safety issues necessary to counteract decades of documented church abuse of young children.

3 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    There would be no such slate of candidates. The odds of getting even a single candidate with such views past the primaries are already too astronomical to even consider. Getting two candidates would exceed the number of infinite universes that could possibly exist.

  • Tim
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Since I live in USA and not Mexico and we are under the US Constitution and not Mexico's issues 2-6 are non issues because they will obviously be struck down by any court that upholds the constitution.  

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Whichever one likes 18 year old girls more

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