Warts and all, I like Trump, he’s not my first choice but what he says is refreshing in this day and age.
But CWA, Concerned Women in America, a Pro-Life group, as in Iowa, has come out against him again and no offense to anyone, I commend them for doing this. Per the link, the Susan Anthony list has too. I agree with this too.
Fiscal, social conservatives attack Trump in SC**
Fiscal and social conservatives who attacked Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Iowa began to do the same thing in South Carolina today, eight days before the South’s first presidential preference primary.
The Club for Growth said its political arm would spend about $1.5 million to broadcast an anti-Trump ad in South Carolina.
Meanwhile, a group of anti-abortion activists urged South Carolina Republicans to vote for anybody but Trump on Feb. 20.
The anti-abortion activists denounced Trump during a press conference at Bob Jones University in Greenville, where four Republican presidential candidates are scheduled to campaign later today.
“Donald Trump doesn’t exemplify the same values as evangelicals,” declared Tonya Shellnutt of Rock Hill, state director of Concerned Women for America, one of the groups represented at the press conference. “I cannot see his heart, but what comes out of his mouth should shame us all.”
Trump spokesperson Hope Hicks did not immediately respond to an emailed offer to give a rebuttal.
Other groups represented at the press conference were the Susan B. Anthony List and Upstate Young Republicans.
All that said, some poll comes out showing Trump roaring up towards 40% popularity nationally with Republicans.
Something definitely for all Christians, Social Conservatives and Pro-Lifers to pray about.
Add On: It seems Trump made a promise of no more profanity, Mediaite has such a story.
**Christian conservatives pivotal in the South, and feeling under siege **
*]Same-sex marriage and abortion stoke anxiety
*]Even saying ‘Merry Christmas’ is out
*]Frustration with GOP’s unfulfilled promises
Because of their opposition to issues like same-sex marriage, abortion and others, many Christian conservative voters in the South and elsewhere feel their faith and the moral code by which they live is under siege and look to the political arena for support.