First, I'm guessing (since I'm not God or Obama) but I don't think Jesus would even vote, let alone pick a candidate. Jesus was about our salvation and our relationship with God, independent of what political party was in power.
Second, remember who Jesus had the most problems with? The religious types. Pharisees, I believe. Most of them upset that Jesus wouldn't save them from the tyranny of the Romans.
So I'm thinking that Jesus probably wouldn't file a ballot in this election.
None the less, I find it hilarious that democrats are trying to seize on the religious right quoting the only Bible scripture they seem to know, Matthew 25:40.
"The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'
No where in this passage does this imply that the government implement a program for each of us to take care of his brother. In fact, most of the Bible is intended to be a guide book for our personal relationship with God, not a road map for government guidance.
In addition, using democrat logic, where's the separation of church and state so many democrats live and die on?
I think religion is important that it helps identify the moral framework candidates live and govern by. But I'm kind of tired of campaigns trying to manipulate our individual religious experience for their gain. So stop it.