Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Is Brownback the One?

We were pleased to meet Senator Sam Brownback at a Family Research Council event in Washington, D.C. last Monday. His remarks to the group (as were his remarks later to the thousands at the March for Life crowd) showed the Senator to be relevant, knowledgeable, personable and direct. He spoke of his passion to fight for such key moral issues as the right to life and marriage, his opposition to using tiny humans as mere stuff for research, his enthusiasm for the work of pro-life pregnancy centers, his vision for a rejuvenated Republican Party, his adopted daughter winning a recent spelling bee, and more.

Interestingly enough, what he did not talk about (until I asked him directly) was his running for the G.O.P. nomination for President which he had publicly declared just a couple of days earlier.

And, for more on that matter, I supply this link to the very useful Brownback for President site.

This is, without a doubt, the Republican Party's best candidate to emerge thus far -- an infinitely better choice than the likes of McCain, Romney or Giuliani. Simply read through Brownback's stand on the issues of life, marriage, reforming the U.N., the culture, religious liberty, taxes, and the New Homestead Act -- and I believe you'll agree.

So, c'mon; let's give Sam a hand.