Status of American Politics: February 2005 Archives

Given the history and immense strides the religious right have made in politics since being invited into the Whitehouse in the Reagan Administration as advisors to policy, American government is at a turning point and her future will have much less in common with her past.

What candidate running for President or Senator can now afford to alienate the religious right? Virtually none! If they are running with an intent to win, they cannot alienate the religious right with their campaign platform (which the Democrats have just discovered). And if they seek reelection, they cannot afford to alienate the religious right in policy and law making.

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