My wife and I do not have, never had, wedding rings at all. What's the point?
There is no requirement of a particular religion, or any religion, to be the President. Why do people keep making a big deal out of it?
I think that would be for two reasons...
1) People just don't like him. Making being critical easier on all the details of his life. This is normal. No matter how well or with flawed Bush was going to run the country, his speaking skills were attacked from day one. So this always happens. I find it absurd to ask why. Every aspect of a president life is questioned by someone.
2) There has always been questions about Obama. Yes, the birth certificate, and all that stuff gets flushed into the nix. But there are many things, that all thrown together, makes it all seem like the man is lying. Is it any coincidence that his college entrance application was conveniently misplaced or lost? Was it due to Obama taking advantage of foreign aid and getting into college after applying as a non-citizen? This is but one of the questions, that if it was a Republican, would be investigated and never forgotten. But many passes have been given to Obama and the mainstream media refuses to do it's work. So people are left to their own conclusions and ideas.
The fact that he leaves out the mention of god with certain talks, is not seen abroad with his wife, and many other aspects makes some question his truthfulness. If he came out and said he was Muslim, would any really care beyond bigots, racist, and purists who would call him the liar he is?
I don't see him as a man of one faith or another. Your right, who cares. I see him as lying, manipulator, who has had questionable...and continues to have questionable connections, divides this country not based on anyone asking questions of himself but rather by the actions of himself, and a person who has called me an enemy.
I say let the people ask all the questions they want. Obama has not been truthful about half of his life, his intentions for the country, or anything else. I'm just surprised how many folks were fooled by a slick slogan of change, and promises of some Utopian society and the idea that the government would provide everything to the point they would not need to do anything ever again. It reminded me of clips of the people who in a fervor, followed Hitler in the early days with some of the same promises. Like a politician could ever do these things to begin with is unrealistic. The poeple need to ask all the questions they want.
So appreciate the naysayers. Appreciate those that question politicians....it's not like they have a proven track record of truth anyways. And appreciate the public who raise questions, some worthy, and some not so worthy, when the main stream media is more busier making comments about how they "get tingles up their legs" instead of being the impartial voice of the people.
And if the president can call people "enemies", and suggest they are crazy because they "cling to their religion and guns".....why question anyone with any question. They have a right to say anything about the president. If it's good enough for the president to do this crap, I find it questionable why anyone throwing mud back the other way is any less for it.
I think the overall questioning of the president is for many reasons. Religion is just one part of the missing puzzle.