11.08.2007

Politcs again? I can't seem to help myself...

I'm in the middle of my early morning routine, just finished devotions and am on to my second cup of coffee and a healthy dose of Today, and couldn't resist posting on the latest '08 election news:

PAT ROBERTSON HAS ENDORSED RUDY.

Not that Pat Robertson is my example or political go-to guy by any means, but this is an interesting turn of events: "...there they were Wednesday morning, Robertson endorsing Giuliani, the former mayor of New York, as "an acceptable" Republican "who can win the general election" for president."

And in other news, Sam Brownback publically endorsed John McCain on Wednesday.

Interesting read on this topic:

http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/11/07/conservatives.endorsements/index.html

Who knows if any of this will be significant but I had to share.

4 comments:

Jill said...

And Bob Jones has endorsed Mitt Romney. All I have to say to that is, "Hmmmmmm...."

Marlo said...

I was just about to say the same thing as Jill!
Also, I heard on NPR last night that some famous drug dealers from NY are endorsing Guliani. (They were calling it an "undorsement.")

Glenn said...

Emily,

Check out this article by Randy Alcorn about Mike Huckabee, and then click on the links to Huckabee videos on various issues.

http://randyalcorn.blogspot.com/2007/11/why-i-support-mike-huckabee-for.html

In my estimation, Giuliani is not the man of character and principle that Huckabee is.

My challenge: make up a list of character traits, life actions & achievements, and positions. Then, in 2 columns (one for Giuliani, one for Huckabee) check which man comes closest to the character ideals and political positions you hold to.

After you make the list, I'd love to hear the results.

Emily said...

Sorry, Glenn, I've made my choice after careful consideration and thought. As shocking as it may seem to you and others, I truly believe he is both electable and up for the task of being our president.