Tuesday, January 16, 2007


Sam's Club

Andrew Sullivan puts two and two together and comes up with a plausible rationale for a Sam Brownback candidacy: It seems that the white evangelical base has turned against the war. That's the group that has heretofore been most supportive of George W. Bush.

That's also Brownback quintessential group -- conservative on all the major social issues, but with the added twist that he happens to be a converted Catholic and has a serious interest in
African disease and poverty.

His take on these issues -- and reflecting the growing anti-war sensibilities of the evangelicals --makes him an immediate threat to Mitt Romney AND John McCain.


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