James Dobson won't be happy about this story. USA TODAY says that in this election cycle family values the religious right doesn't have the umph...
James Dobson won't be happy about this story. USA TODAY says that in this election cycle family values the religious right doesn't have the umph...it once did. I guess bashing gays is out for 2008. Hey, James---where's Karl Rove when you need him?
Cafferty: It looks like family values aren't the campaign issue they used to be. "USA Today" reports that in this election cycle, so-called "family values" are lower on the agenda. Of course, Republicans have made family values a staple of their political campaigns for three decades now.
Randall writes: "People have finally figured out that family values was just a red herring, a Republican bumper sticker slogan which was used to keep people from paying attention to the real issues, i.e. the Iraq war, the skyrocketing deficit, the recession we're in, a lack of single-pay health insurance for everyone, and a government that has never worked for the people, but only for the military industrial complex and for big business."