Why the GOP is Struggling
Whether they acknowledge it or not, the GOP has a genuine moral values problem. I have written about this subject over at the American Spectator and at my blog Ankle Biting Pundits. Essentially, the GOP has completely and thoroughly alienated its base, perhaps because it believes their electoral strength in 2004 was based on something other than what the exit polls said it was: moral values.
Now my friend Charmaine Yoest from the Family Research Council brings to my attention some very troubling survey data regarding the GOP’s failure to represent its base while in control of Congress.
This is a genuine problem. The GOP is losing ground on its signature issue. Things may have to get worse before they get better. Fortunately – and here is where the self-promotion kicks in — there is a fascinating new book coming out titled In Defense of the Religious Right …