Monday, September 17, 2007

Ultra-Conservative Farah to Quiz Republicans

Farah's base is the ultra-fervant Christian and Jewish religious... his questions on values are going to surely be designed to further the agenda of those who see absolutely no wiggle room on answers attendees might give. If the answer isn't in line with Farah's - the negative campaign will begin against the Republican candidate... The four front-runners have every reason to stay away... if they desire to encompass those who hold religious beliefs, but aren't so "in-your-face" my way or no way about those beliefs.

Republicans debate 'real values' tonight

WND Editor Joseph Farah moderator for presidential showdown in Florida
Posted: September 17, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern

Note: Live video streams of the debate are available from the American Family Association and

By Joe Kovacs

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The latest Republican presidential debate takes place here tonight, but all four of what some in the national news media call the "top-tier candidates" will not be on the stage.

Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson have all chosen not to participate in the Values Voter Debate being moderated by WND Editor Joseph Farah.

"Isn't it amazing they all have more important things to do to get elected president than to meet face to face with Christian and Jewish leaders who represent millions and millions of votes?" asked Farah who called them "gutless wonders" in a column previewing tonight's event.

"I tell you it is gut-wrenching fear that kept them away. They are scared to death of the questions. They're scared to death they won't have a good answer. They're scared to death they might say something they will live to regret."

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