They use to call them themselves the “Moral Majority” but finally figured out that they weren’t a majority in this country. So, after a slight makeover they’re rallying the faithful in an effort to get a candidate who’ll toe-the-line and be a good spokesman for their special interests.
A gathering of religious conservatives drew nearly all the GOP presidential hopefuls to a single stage yesterday. It was a time for showing their Christian credentials and absolute willingness to be a puppet for Conservative ideals.
The Faith and Freedom Coalition's two-day conference proved that the religious right still plays a major role in the nominating process, even if it's less organized than during the Christian Coalition's heyday and economic issues are dominating the early campaign.