The most annoying feature of this seemingly interminable campaign process leading to the primaries is the obsession with the religious beliefs and philosophies of the candidates. Of relatively superficial relevance, this nonissue is continually advanced by editorial and syndicated columnists, media talking heads and religious and secular leaders alike — all content to serve pabulum in lieu of substance.
Amen to separating politics and religion
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