Saturday, June 07, 2008

Religious Right Figure Gets Chills: Obama Could Win 40 Percent Of Evangelicals - Politics on The Huffington Post

Religious Right Figure Gets Chills: Obama Could Win 40 Percent Of Evangelicals - Politics on The Huffington Post: "'With clients like Focus on the Family, Franklin Graham, and Campus Crusade for Christ, Mark DeMoss may be the most prominent public relations executive in the evangelical world. A former chief of staff to Jerry Falwell, DeMoss became then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney's chief liaison to evangelical leaders.'

In a new interview with Dan Gilgoff for BeliefNet's God-o-Meter, DeMoss explains the lack of religious enthusiasm for McCain and predicts a potential major shift to Obama."

1 Comments:

At 1:09 PM , Blogger Tor Hershman said...

If’in ya’s been enjoyin’ moi’s blog, Pete, you obviously ain’t been paying attention.

How much does Attention make these days?
It most likely gets, not earns, less than a burning stake but only a wee tad more than minimum wage.

Ain't it a hoot, moi GENERALLY prefers religious people over the atheistically inclined when I'm forced to deal with either or; I suppose that’s why I put some parodies (e,g,. When the first is moi’s most disliked by Christians, the second is vastly disdained by Atheists.
“Krispy Krishna” is the one Hindus find less than thrilling, “Oh, Osama” covers the Muslims and God folk in general.)

as a single recording but of course....."Hey! Hey! We're The Humans" covers we'ins all.

Stay on groovin’ safari,
Tor

 

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