If you would like to comment on The Chosen One programme, please click here to find an e-mail form.
Simply fill in the form, complete with name, e-mail address, town and country and press the send button.
Due to the high number of e-mails we get we cannot guarantee to publish every single message we receive, however the e-mails published will reflect the balance of opinion. We may also edit some e-mails for legal reasons and for purposes of clarity and length.
The views expressed on these pages are not necessarily the views of the BBC. The e-mails published will be reflective of the balance of opinion received.
If Bush wins on Tuesday, just what 'favours' will he owe his God-fearing, gun-toting supporters?
Billy Brindle, Bolton, UK
I am pretty sure that the majority of America wants Kerry (by a clear margin if you counted the popular vote). As for the rest of the world Kerry is the Holly grail of stability that Europe urges.
The mix of politics and religion particularly in the Republican party sends chills down my spine. State and religion should have no direct relationship otherwise you create regimes such as those Bush includes in his "Axis of Evil"
LMT, Northampton UK
I am appalled to see that tonight's programme features the absurd Michael Moore. Nothing could illustrate better the retreat from factual reporting demonstrated by the BBC in recent years. Moore is a propagandist of the worst kind, praying on the gullible and semi-literate by means of half-truths and distortions. That's ok if you're a politician but reprehensible if you purport to be a maker of documentaries. Presenting fiction as fact is not the sort of thing Panorama should be doing and by giving people like Moore a platform you are providing him with credibility he does not deserve.
Robert Fellowes, Hereford UK
The BBC may edit your comments and not all emails will be published. Your comments may be published on any BBC media worldwide.