Saturday, April 23, 2011

ABC News Scrutinizes Faith of GOP Candidates

Obviously ABC News recognizes that Christians decided the 2010 elections and so these liberal journalists have decided to "unchristianize" the conservatives running for president, thus ignoring their hallowed separation of church and state mantra.

For background, read Proved: Tea Party Movement is Christian

UPDATE 5/8/11: Media Prepare Anti-Christian Campaign for 2012

-- From "Republican Presidential Hopefuls Get Religious Scrutiny Before 2012 Primary Campaign" posted at ABC News 4/22/11

. . . as voters begin to scrutinize the lives of a wide-open field of unofficial GOP presidential contenders, several personal histories might raise red flags in some religious circles.

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's transition from the Catholic Church to evangelical Protestantism in the 1990s . . . could hurt his appeal among some Catholic primary voters, several Catholic political activists said.

[Donald] Trump has also been put on the spot by Christian evangelicals for his two failed marriages. . . .

And then there's former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's Mormonism, which stunted his bid in 2008, and could remain a touchy subject with religious conservative voters in 2012.

Religious leaders in Iowa and South Carolina . . . [are] really looking for genuine religiosity, which may be a problem for some Republican hopefuls who've stumbled along the road to Damascus.

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