A daily struggle is being waged for the hearts and souls of evangelical voters who have become a very significant voting block in recent elections.
Here is how the argument goes for Obama supporters: Obama will receive a significant share (one commentator estimated as high as 45%) of the evangelical vote because young evangelical voters are now more concerned about caring for the poor and justice issues other than abortion.
Really. There are a lot of fluid voting blocks at this time as witnessed by the recent primary contests. Women voters, blue collar voters, Catholic voters, and yes — perhaps — evangelical voters. But it’s hard to imagine that evangelical voters who are some of the staunchest right-to-life voters in the country will suddenly — within a short time span of four years — turn their backs on the unborn.
Obama didn’t help matters by picking a fight with Dr. James Dobson, the revered head of Focus on the Family. It is laughable to imagine that Obama has more expertise on the bible — duh– than Dr. Dobson.
As the dust settles closer to the election, a sizeable block of voters, including those who are evangelical, will look deeply at the abortion issue and see what Obama cannot hide, no matter how hard he tries. He is without question the most pro-abortion individual to ever run for president.