Is it “religious bigotry” if we don’t want a Muslim to be president? A religion is a powerfully defining factor in what someone’s world view, beliefs, temperament, ethics, values and personality is. It also defines what kind of people and groups will have influence on that person. To say that it’s “religious bigotry” to consider someone’s religion a factor when choosing whether or not to vote for them is totally uncalled for. I don’t know a whole lot about the Mormon religion, but I feel I would be obligated to learn a whole lot more about it before voting someone from its ranks into the presidency. It would be a dereliction of duty by a web site or media outlet to not report on the faith and try to educate people on it as much as possible when someone from it is this close to the presidency.
You’re presenting a false dichotomy, and I don’t respond to those. That having been said, I fully expect you to do your due diligence in making that type of decision. That’s not the bigotry (what a ridiculous notion). And you should vote your conscience, it’s your civic duty. Now, go peruse some of the moronic jpegs and technicolor theo-babble, and you can get all the bigotry you’re willing to stand. They’re on many a thread.