Evangelical leaders and the Santorum endorsement: The old guard’s last stand

That’s the title of my piece today in the Washington Post’s “On Faith” section.  Here’s the key paragraph:

In their quest to endorse a so-called “true conservative” these evangelical leaders have pushed well beyond their core competencies. I have enormous respect for many of the participants, but they have no more knowledge (and often less) than their rank-and-file supporters about finance, housing, and the military. Maybe, just maybe, their rank-and-file supporters are less interested in arguing over who’s been pro-life the loudest and longest but instead on which pro-life candidate can also trim the debt, keep Iran in check, and begin to restore the economic portion of the American dream.

And after you read the Post piece, check out our new book:  Why Evangelicals Should Support Mitt Romney (And Feel Good about It!)

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