Coming from his usual critics, this is unlikely to trouble the president as he heads for the summit, but he faces growing pressure to give greater pri
July 6, 2005

Coming from his usual critics, this is unlikely to trouble the president as he heads for the summit, but he faces growing pressure to give greater priority to the environment from one of his most loyal domestic constituencies: the religious right....read on

It's nice to see Evangelicals talking about more than two issues. Hopefully this will start a new trend. The problem I forsee is that you can't raise money unless you're bashing judges or gays, but this is a nice step.

From Plutonium Page: Focus on the Family, which has been at the forefront of campaigns against abortion and gay marriage, says it cannot support "any issue that seems to put plants and animals above humans" No big surprise there.

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