I don’t care much for the latest attempts to discredit Mitt Romney on the basis of his religious preferences.
From what I know, it wouldn’t have appealed to the founding fathers, either.
In a breaking story appearing at the end of last week on CNN’s Political Ticker, we once again hear that a few evangelical leaders seek to create a litmus test for the Presidency—and that according to one’s faith.
I don’t know how many of you are following the emerging Solyndra scandal (and I do mean scandal).
National Review Online is reporting the story—complete with links to several previous reports—but for some reason, I haven’t yet heard it break on the major networks. Now that may be because I use CNN as my main source of news. But in any event, much of it appears lost on the world.
My main gripe has to do with how quickly this shows the President began breaking campaign promises after taking office. [Continue reading]