Robertson’s Support of Giuliani

Pat Robertson’s recent declaration of support for Rudy Giuliani shows what we’ve known for quite some time. The so-called ‘evangelical Christians’ are not by any stretch of the imagination united. They are as divided as Christianity itself is. You have Robertson supporting Giuliani one hand. On the other hand, you have certain other forces in Christianity going out of their way to avoid supporting twice divorced, abortion waffling, Giuliani. For example, the Moral Majority is throwing its support to Mitt Romney in spite of the fact he’s a Mormon. I think this article says it best:

This election is forcing the evangelical community to decide whether it is more important to choose a candidate who shares their views or someone who can beat Democratic front-runner Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York.

Where is the evangelical support for Huckabee? The only black eye he has with them is his ‘moderate’ stance on immigration. He’s a Baptist minister, he’s soundly against abortion and gay marriage, yet the evangelicals ignore him. It’s the cash that counts but when it comes down to backing a candidate, the evangelical crowd shows its confused side. I just wonder if Pat Robertson knows about Rudy’s dressing in drag habit?

Now that’s an Odd Couple!

Robertson’s Support of Giuliani Underscores Evangelical Divide

Rudy and Pat

Rudy in Drag


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  1. Charlotte on

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