Skip to comments.UPDATE: FocusAction Launches Weekly Election Commentary
Posted on 08/21/2008 6:00:11 PM PDT by XR7
New video feature will zero in on the issues and events - an online video series to keep you up to date on the election. Host Stuart Shepard gets insights on the presidential race from Tom Minnery, senior vice president of government and public policy at Focus Action. Family advocates from across the nation will appear in upcoming episodes.
"This is a challenging year for Christian conservatives to sort through where the leading candidates stand on pro-family issues," Shepard said. "We'll cut through the hype and the campaign ads and shine a light on how they view the sanctity of life, the defense of marriage and religious liberty in the public square.
"We'll also talk about the events of the week and how that plays into the election."
Watch the video.
Both John McCain and Barack Obama are leftist politicians, so Christian conservatives as well as all other conservatives and all of the rest of the U.S. are truly in trouble, no matter who the next POTUS is.
McCain is a “leftist” politician?
Pray tell, how do you come to that conclusion?
There are already plenty of people here on FR that truly have a decent laundry list of problems with John McCain (my apologies ahead of time to things that I may have missed), and here are some of my problems with McCain: McCain believes in man-made global warming and believes in all legislation to the “cause of a more greener world”=move all technology back 200 years as well as destroy all of the world economies through new regulations and new, massive world tax increases; he votes against tax cuts more than he votes for tax cuts; he is a believer in political correctness on all of the issues instead of truly being for commonsense on all of the issues; McCain is truly for McCain’s personal interests much more than he is for any conservative causes; he helped create and voted for “campaign finance reform” legislation, which actually is unconstitutional and presently takes away from free speech and created the ongoing problems with all “527” groups; he votes for amnesty for illegal immigration legislation, including, but not limited to, “pro-amnesty for illegals” legislation that he worked with Senator Ted Kennedy on; Senator John Kerry almost made McCain his VP in 2004; McCain has truly come close to switching parties and becoming a Democrat at least once; McCain frequently talks about “willingly working with Democrats”, but he also doesn’t just as equally say that he’s willing to work with Republicans; during McCain’s entire duration as a U.S. Senator, he has been a “maverick politician” on most issues instead of just being a conservative Republican on most issues, so he frequently attacks both conservatives and Republicans on a variety of issues; he’s presently floating the idea of having a pro-choice VP, despite him saying that he’s pro-life; he still has that “Keating Five” Scandal that he truly needs to explain fully; McCain truly hates conservatives, despite trying to presently appeal to them in order to get their votes on November 4. The majority of conservatives truly still have a lot of problems with McCain on a variety of issues, and I’m sure that I haven’t even scratched the surface on all of McCain’s problems with the majority of conservatives.
Or, are you just being sarcastic with your questions?