Jake Tapper left a campaign spokesman for Roy Moore stunned after he incorrectly asserted Muslims can't be elected officials because politicians are required to swear on the Bible. Many are asking why politicians don't swear on the Constitution—rather than a holy book—and believe swearing on the Bible violates the separation of church and state. But others note the oath is ceremonial, and elected officials should be allowed to swear on a religious text if they choose. What do you think? ⛪
Should politicians be allowed to swear on the Bible?
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