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Evangelical Iowa; Will it Matter?

It’s a bit ironic that a nation built on Judeo-Christian values mocks a candidate who stands on religious conviction or openly courts those who do. I understand the divisive value of mockery in political and media matters however, in the social/public domain it remains a seemingly counter-intuitive stance.

Kennedy never even considered an Executive Order requiring National Allegiance to the Vatican. Nixon never proposed legislation ordaining The Religious Society of Friends (Quaker) as the National Faith and yes, we managed to survive Carter’s Baptist and Reagan’s Presbyterian leanings.

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