Many of you saw the comments made by Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels last week when he said the next president "would have to call a truce on the so-called social issues" so he or she could focus on the fiscal problems facing the country.
Sadly, Gov. Daniels is not alone in his way of thinking and it's not a new concept. During the last presidential election – many reporters, Republicans and Democrats suggested the same moratorium on morality. The political winds began to whisper of stopping the discussion on morality and starting the discussion on the "important issues."