Agnus Daily has a funny, yet poignant voter guide for all Catholics, especially those who believe that promoting "social justice" holds the same weight as the evil of abortion.
About a month beforehand I start to become obsessed about the daily ebbs and flows of presidential elections. Checking in with Drudge a couple of times a day, reading The Corner at National Review, listening intently to the sound bites on Rush Limbaugh has become part of my daily routine. However, this is the first year I have put a sign on my van, attended a political rally, or sent folks on the other side of the aisle information to help change their minds. The only thing I had left to do was vote. So I did. The absentee ballot was signed, sealed and delivered a few days ago to our town in Maine.