Paul  Weyrich

Now that FRC Action is publishing this excellent ratings system, Members of Congress may argue for a higher score. And they should. In doing so they could discuss with voters their motivation for voting as they did on important social issues. One can hope that this will provide more transparency and accountability among our politicians. The American public will be the primary beneficiary if Members show concern about their pro-family voting records and begin to address the issues forthrightly.

Paul Weyrich

Paul M. Weyrich is the late Chairman and CEO of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation.
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