Leaders of the Christian right are thinking of bolting the Republican Party in 2004. Such a move would deal a severe blow to President Bush�s re-election effort.
Though Christian voters played a pivotal role in electing Bush in his razor-thin victory over Al Gore, NewsMax has learned that major figures in the evangelical movement, including James Dobson, are talking about withholding support from the Republican Party.
Conservative religious activists cite the latest insult: the Republican Party�s failure to rally behind Sen. Rick Santorum, whose comments about the upcoming Supreme Court case on consensual homosexual acts triggered a national firestorm.
This is just plain stupid. The Republicans in office might be spineless political hacks, buy hey! there our spineless political hacks. As the Democrats continue to be the abortion party and the majority of Libertarians also firmly behind abortion we have no where else to truly turn to. OK so the Republicans have been slow on pro-life and moral issues, but the alternative is political parties that will firmly advance the culture of death.