Finally the Republican Party "MAY" have given conservative Christians, who don't support Bush's plan for the war in Iraq, a candidate. That candidate is Sam Brownback (R-Kansas). Brownback is a conservative Christian who does not support Bush's planned escalation of the war in Iraq. Unlike the other conservative candidate Mitt Romney, Brownback does not have a bag full of liberal votes to try to explain away. Above I said that "the Republican Party "MAY" have given conservative Christians a candidate". The reason I said "may" is because (a) the election is still two years away and he has only formed an Exploratory Committee, (b) he is still a bit rusty, and (c) McCain, Romney, and Giuliani will get all the media attention leaving candidates like Brownback and Huckabee out in the cold. So the '00 Republican primary campaign is probably going to be repeated in '08. The true conservative getting booted for some guy who the party believes can win. Of course it would look like Bush would have taught them not to do that. What is Bush's current poll numbers again? 41% according to Rasmussen. I think we can do better. At this time my support is with Sam Brownback.