Whoopi Goldberg asks… Can a Christian be President “for everyone”?

Carly Fiorina
Carly Fiorina

Whoopi Goldberg asks presidential candidate Carly Fiorina if she can be a candidate “for everyone” because of her Christian beliefs.

Ok, let’s just assume for a moment that logic is correct and apply it to other scenarios…

Can a non-Christian candidate be a president “for everyone“? How will they represent Christians without Christian beliefs?

Can a Democrat candidate be a president “for everyone“? How will they represent those with Republican or Libertarian or Green Party values?

Shall I go on? I think not. Whoopi, that was a stupid question. No candidate will ever agree with you, or anyone else, 100%. No candidate can be a president “for everyone.” It’s never happened. It never will. You just have to decide which qualifications for candidacy are most important to you when you cast your ballot. It’s an individual decision.

And if you find that candidate who matches you 100% let me know… I have yet to find one, even my own husband!

You can see the video here.

Photo credit Gage Skidmore

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