Political junkies continue to pore over the results from last week's election. One question that has been on many minds is to what extent Barack Obama's religious outreach was successful.
Last Wednesday morning, I woke up to the disappointment that California's Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, was most likely going to succeed.
Poor Cal Thomas.
The nationally syndicated conservative pundit is a plaintive voice crying out in the evangelical wilderness. Thomas doggedly keeps calling on Religious Right politicos to repent, and they just keep saying no.
Barack Obama's historic election as president has dominated the news, as pundits pour over the results in an effort to explain what went right for Obama and wrong for John McCain.
Religious Right forces did everything possible to keep Barack Obama from winning the White House.
I get several Religious Right updates every day via e-mail. One of the most interesting is a daily roundup of tidbits of interest to Religious Right followers put out by the Rev. Donald Wildmon's American Family Association under the auspices of a phony news service called "One News Now."
Tomorrow, the 2008 election will be over, and the staff at Americans United can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
It's Halloween, so I'm going to scare the bejeezus out of you.