Pat Robertson: value voters summit represents “a narrow slice of Evangelical thought”

“More dissension among social conservatives?”—asks Tommy Oliver in a race42008.com post titled Pat Robertson: “I’m not sure that group in Washington is representative of evangelicals across the spectrum”

I am shocked by some comments coming from none other than Pat Robertson. Here’s what he had to say in a report filed by David Brody for the 700 Club:

“David, I’m not really sure that group in Washington is really representative of evangelicals across the spectrum. This is the Family Research Council, and some of those James Dobson supporters, and I just think that’s a narrow slice of evangelical thought…

“This talk is just totally quixotic. This 3rd party, certainly not now, when all they’ll accomplish is making sure this person they dislike gets elected”

etc., etc.

… “More dissension among the Arlington Group?”—concludes Oliver. “In the interview, Robertson seemed very skeptical of the whole event, and very open to Giuliani.”

Conclusion: Are Evangelicals rallying to the Romney banner?—hardly. Why is it that everything Romney touches, or everything that touches Romney,—e.g. straw polls, voters’ summits, key endorsers—gets instantly discredited?

Also see:

out-of-touch Evangelical “leaders” stunned by Huckabee upset at the value voters summit—prepared to sigh, shrug, and coronate Romney as their Lord, G_d, and King—oh, the irony!

yours &c.
dr. g.d.

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