Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Values Voter Debate News Coverage

GOP White House hopefuls detail salvation experiences
Some of the Republican presidential candidates who took part in last night's "Values Voter" presidential debate in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, spoke candidly about when they accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.

Second-tier GOP candidates vow to combat homosexual activism
Republican presidential candidates were asked on Monday night what they would do as president to combat the homosexual agenda. The responses ranged from defending marriage and family, to countering the influence of that agenda's adherents in America's schools.

Keyes: Other GOP presidential candidates lack moral courage
Former Illinois Senate candidate Alan Keyes says he officially entered the 2008 White House campaign because the current field of presidential candidates from both parties has failed to address what he labels the "moral crisis" facing America. He claims he's the only candidate who would apply The Declaration of Independence principles to American laws and lives.

Ron Paul told to 'stop blaming America' for 9/11
Longshot Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul used last night's Values Voters presidential forum in Florida to once again blast his fellow GOP White House hopefuls for their support of the Iraq war.


Major GOP Candidates Skip Values Voter Debate
Atlantic Online - 10 hours ago
Last night, instead of Monday Night Football, I watched streaming video of the Family Research Council's Values Voter debate in Ft. Lauderdale, ...


Mike Huckabee Wins Wacky “ValuesDebate - Ron Paul Places Second
Lone Star Times, TX - 5 hours ago
I actually watched an hour or so of the “Values Voter Debate” last night, although after tuning in, it was more like watching with fascinating curiosity a ...


Values voters move into the driver's seat
September 18, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern

Last night, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Rep. Tom Tancredo, businessman John Cox, Sen. Sam Brownback, Rep. Ron Paul, Rep. Duncan Hunter and Ambassador Alan Keyes (in the order of their random podium placement) faced 53 questions from pro-family leaders at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

I'm writing this on Monday before the event, but I want to be on record with five predictions.

Source: http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57685


Top GOP Candidates Skip Social Issues Debate
Evening Bulletin, PA - 10 hours ago
The absence those candidate drew criticism from the debate's moderator, Joseph Farah. After describing a values voter as "someone who cares about the family ...



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