Re: Should presidential candidates be expected to talk about their personal beli
Ideally, a good candidate should just listen and address the needs of his/her constituents. A candidates personal beliefs should only be known if it will effect the way they run the country. The idea behind democracy is to elect someone who will represent what the majority of people want to see happen in their country. If a candidates personal beliefs are going to interfere in what the greater good wants, they he/she should not be running for any candidacy anywhere.
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