Originally Posted by TJJEEP
I see where Scott2.0 is coming from but I think he is underestimating the amount of religious right people who would rather give up the fiscal conservative part before the religious aspect. In speaking with some coworkers who are very religious, in discussion I brought up abortion and gay marriage and if the GOP were to favor those, how would they feel about that. They said that they would not vote at all if that were the case.
I think the abortion issue is particularly deep for religious people and asking them to compromise on that isn't going to happen.
Exactly my point. That goes to show those far right religious folks are more concerned with promoting their agenda than promoting a fiscally responsible nation. The true fiscal conservatives will not allow religion to get in the way of a balanced budget forever.