Wow! That ought to scare the crap out of liberals. If there is one thing they value, it is abortion. A true-blue bleeding heart liberal can't get enough of killing babies in their mothers' wombs.
Christians are on the march, and we give President Obama all the credit for rallying the troops.
From One News Now:
Christians bringing values into voting booth
"New findings show that the 2010 midterm elections saw the highest Christian voter turnout ever.
'We had a very high Christian voter turnout two years ago, but they did not bring their values with them,' explains David Barton, founder and president of WallBuilders, which is an organization that supports the moral, religious and constitutional foundation on which America was built.
He says only one percent of voters considered marriage to be an issue in 2008, but that statistic reached 53 percent this year. Moreover, only six percent of voters thought abortion was an issue in 2009, but that margin jumped to 30 percent by last month's elections.
'You [clearly] have Christians showing up. Not only did they show up this time, they actually brought their values with them,' Barton notes. 'And not only did they bring their values, they voted their values.'
But despite the massive increase in voter turnout, he laments that none of the national news outlets covered how socially conservative this year's election was. 'It's all been a focus on economic issues and Democratic versus Republican. All that's fine, but it's really the social issues that just absolutely flourished in this election,' the WallBuilders founder points out.
As he explains, not only did this election see the highest-ever percentage of Christian voters for a midterm, but it was also the highest Christian voter turnout in a non-presidential election. As a result, 81 percent of the new senators -- 13 of 16 -- indicate they are pro-life, outweighing the 14 percent who entered Congress in 2008. In the House, 81 of the new 97 members, or 84 percent, are pro-life -- effectively doubling the 40 percent elected in 2008.
Barton deems the state results equally compelling, as several weighed in on the marriage issue. The legislature in Maine, for example, had passed a same-sex 'marriage' bill, but the state's citizens vetoed it in a statewide election and replaced 22 of the legislators who voted for the measure with 22 pro-marriage lawmakers.
These comments were made recently on American Family Radio's Today's Issues program."