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Phil424 Wrote: May 10, 2012 8:07 AM
I should have said - As for me and my Evengelical house we will vote to remove the Kenyan abomination.
Texas12 Wrote: May 10, 2012 11:18 AM
Phil, I would have more confidence in believing you are an Evangelical if you had spelled "Evangelical" correctly.
DEmike Wrote: May 10, 2012 10:22 AM
MC: That’s odd. Conservatives usually oppose the employment of ethnocentricity, at least when done by liberals. What do you suppose he meant by “abomination”?
McD2004 Wrote: May 10, 2012 9:40 AM
I believe Phil was talking about B.O.'s heritage, not any Kenyan political issues. Remember B.O. is 1/2 Kenyan and his grandmother said he was born there. Also remember B.O. stinks (saw that on a bumper sticker in CA of all places).
DEmike Wrote: May 10, 2012 9:01 AM
Phil: I don’t recall either candidate saying they would intervene in Kenya in any manner. What is your concern with that country that it should be an issue in this election?

Editor's Note: This column was coauthored by Ken Klukowski.

Elections are about choices, and 2012’s pivotal election showcases two very different visions for America’s future. Governor Mitt Romney is quickly consolidating the Republican base to enthusiastically support him this November. His speech this weekend at Liberty University illustrates these efforts, providing an opportunity to underscore Romney’s embrace of American exceptionalism in both his public and private life.

Liberty University is the perfect venue for Governor Romney to make his case. With over 50,000 students, it’s America’s largest Evangelical school. Founded by Jerry Falwell, it’s affiliated with the largest...