July 3, 2006

Fits in well with one of my earlier rants

Welcome to Ethics Daily.com!: "Anyway, between now and the November general election, I wonder what other faith concerns will be brought into the fray. Since political advisers have learned how to use faith as a way to mobilize and energize parts of the electorate, most candidates feel compelled to demonstrate their spiritual credentials.

In fact, one thing to watch for is a correlation between poll numbers and fervent faith. Low standings in the polls mean more public affirmations of Jesus. [emph mine]"

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