Talk2Action: It's easy for some to assume that Bush's nods to the religious right are a matter of lip service over substance. But on matters of S
September 7, 2007

Pat Robertson Talk2Action:

It's easy for some to assume that Bush's nods to the religious right are a matter of lip service over substance. But on matters of Supreme Court nominees, for one, it is clear that the President did more than that.

From evangelism at the Pentagon to the selection of judicial appointments, it is increasingly obvious that the conservative Christian, Establishment-Clause-hating influence on our nation's executive branch is in fact very real.

One has to wonder if the next Attorney General will be friendly to the religious right. Nevermind.

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