The thing I don't understand about Christian conservatives is the whole redistribution of wealth upward thing. Seems to me like Christians ought not to be so stingy with social welfare and taxes and the like. I'm not necessarily making an argument for the effectiveness of social welfare programs... Just that it seems to me like many conservative Christians defend their purses like their own necks. Conservative Christians want to defend the life of a human until the moment it is born, and then if it would cost them as much as a penny to provide health care for that child, they are against it. It seems like they only want to defend life when it costs them nothing. I've got no problem with being pro-life, but show some consistency and continuity and be pro life throughout the life of a human, and put your money where your mouth is. I don't know the details of Buzz's politics, and am not saying anything about him personally, but I consistently find the conservative Christian thing to be anything but orthodox to Christianity.