David talks politics with The American Spectator Online, in their cover story called, “Mitt’s Evangelical Breakthrough.”
I have to say, my husband nailed this interview.
“We need someone who can tie economic progress to strong families and cultural vitality,” French explained. “The war on terror is a values issue. Do we have the moral fiber to beat the jihadists or are we too weak to live in freedom?”
The article states what we’d hoped for a long time now: that people would see that Gov. Romney is the conservative alternative to Giuliani and McCain.
Things are looking up for Mitt Romney. Not only has the outgoing Massachusetts governor been getting reasonably favorable press from usually hostile places but, courtesy of George Allen’s Macaca moment, his position in the 2008 Republican presidential field suddenly looks more secure — the most viable candidate to the right of front-runners John McCain and Rudy Giuliani.
Read the article in its entirety here. It’s a must-read for people who don’t want the Republican party to be taken over by its liberal element.
By the way, David, your great job portraying EFM’s positions on the Governor does not make up for your aversion to changing lightbulbs around the house.