it just dawned on me a while ago. Do you vote using the same morals that you preach? As in, do you vote for canidates, that stand for the same things that you believe?Or do you leave your beliefs at home when you go to vote and do just a straight ticket? The reason I ask is, locally, we have several "religious people" who will constantly pester the general public and put on a big show about how rightous,and pure of heart they are. Then, when election time rolls around, theses same people will vote in the totaly opposite direction. This has always confused me. Example; Lets say for sake of arguement, that I believe in same sex marrige, evolution and several other things. Well at voting time, I go down to the polls and vote a straight rebuplican ticket. Now would that make sense? I guess it's from my father where I get my voting habbits. I look for the one who closest resembles what I believe in. I see so many who turn a 180 when it comes to voting and as soon as it's over with,go right back to being the "religious" person that they claim to be,or are trying to appear as. Now this is meant to encompass all elections,not just the presidential one. So, does your record at the polls reflect who you claim to be,or who you really are? Just food for thought.