Obviously, I disagree... besides the disastrous track-record our current faith-based leader has exemplified, people that buy-into -- whole-heartily -- such non-sense are truly unfit to lead.
Whoa... Ok, for the most part these people are benevolent, but their belief system is the foundation of tyranny... as is all faith-based religion.
Groups that admit revelation (i.e. - knowlege based not on evidence or reason, but revealed dogma) is scary... Such people can -- and historically have -- been EASILY manipulated. Hitler started out a close ally of the Catholic church... And his following, as those who have followed other cults-of-personality, are exactly the same type of (sorry) simpletons: Ready to cast aside reason for the mass-appeal of "following" and becoming one of the group...
Anyone who can accept that a 19th century 14 year old boy met god in the woods in upstate New York... and translated his "word" by looking at a stone in a hat doesn't have a firm grip on reality. That is an obvious statement that shouldn't even have to be made. I think such non-sense should disqualify (via the exercise of informed public opinion, not via the law) these people from public office... Such beliefs should be held up to public ridicule: which they obviously deserve.
There are plenty of reasons to lead a good, moral life... none of them necessarily include the belief that ancient Israelites came to America 1600+ years ago and setup a civilization... Folks who need "god" to do good are not "good people" -- they are slaves of fear.