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Wednesday, October 27

Conflicted Evangelicals Could Cost Bush Votes

Oh my gawd, many evangelicals are christian after all. They are starting to get it. They don't all have it yet, but they are thinking. Maybe they will decide to stay home on November 2nd.

There is a God! Here's Proof.

"I'm very antiabortion, but the reality is the right to life encompasses a much broader field than just abortion," he added. "If I'm a proponent of life, I have to think about the consequences of not providing prescription drugs to seniors or sending young men off to war."

That kind of talk, coming from a conservative Christian who might ordinarily be inclined to vote Republican, could portend trouble for Bush.

This kind of news makes me realize that people are basically good and they can spot evil lurking behind a bogus "pro-life" stance.

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