I work with and support a great many Christian conservatives. As a group, Christian conservatives are reliably honest and full of conviction and passion. As I have said before, a political axiom is if a group promises 100 volunteers, plan for 100, but expect 10 or 20. With Christian conservatives it is exactly the opposite. If they promise 100 volunteers, expect 100, but plan for 120.
The media is busy planting seeds of discord by saying that Christian conservatives want McCain to lose so America will get what it deserves, thus waking America up. Articles such as the one below point this out:
“One experienced, credible activist in Christian politics who would not let his name be used told me that Huckabee, in personal conversation with him, had embraced the concept that an Obama presidency might be what the American people deserve,” wrote Washington Post columnist Robert Novak.
Novak is called "The Prince of Darkness" for good reason. He is just another reporter painting the darkness just before the dawn a deeper shade of dark. I do not believe Christian conservatives, as a group, are jumping for joy over McCain, but I know they are aware of family issues, economic issues, and the possible Supreme Court vacancies. I also know they are not whiners. Christian conservatives will work their tails off within the Party system to make substantive and positive changes.
I hope their leaders have not obtained "stuck on stupid" lessons. It is too critical and their ceding the White House to ultra liberals would be critically, nee criminally, stupid.