GOP needs spokesperson
I get the feeling the Republican Party needs a spokesperson to kind of found out the discussion presented Tuesday past (Index-Tribune, Sept. 20, "Wants divorce from Republican values, "and, "GOP religious zealotry.")
First off, personally, I haven't heard anyone "crowing their religion to the skies." I do watch Fox news and if rumor is correct, that would be the usual source for that kind of coverage. I have heard positions on religion, but no crowing.
The other point is, the Republicans being the party of "no" and people starving in the street as a result of their intransigence.
To that, remember, the Democrats owned Congress for the last two years of the Bush administration and the first two of Obama's and really, what kind of financial shape is the country in today?
Perhaps the Republicans are saying no to spending more of the money we do not have on another stimulus package that didn't work in 2009 and probably won't work any better today.
J. Michael Harris