Originally Posted by scottwww
Which candidates claim to not have a faith or religion?
None -- Hence my comment above stating maybe I wish for the perfect world -- where the candidate would be valued on what he/she proposes for this country, not weather he/she believes in God. Believeing has no positive consequences on the leadership and we have seen negative (not that it means they would repeat with the believer in the office).
As e90im mentioned many times -- brushing the proofs off just because you don't know the answer and resorting to something out of this world could be dangerous in real-life situations...
I also value Democrats for that -- for not involving that matter too much into the whole debate. Republicans just have to beat it in EVERY debate... Simply not necessary...