This sort of thing has got to give his staff headaches. Dean then:
Some Dean supporters privately say Dean’s admonition for southerners to stop voting based on “guns, gays, God and school prayer” is offensive to many voters.
“Coming to the South during the church hour on a Sunday morning to tell southerners what they should believe is not the way to reach out to southern Democratic voters,” Edwards said.
Presidential contender Howard B. Dean, who has said little about religion while campaigning except to emphasize the separation of church and state, described himself in an interview with the Globe as a committed believer in Jesus Christ and said he expects to increasingly include references to Jesus and God in his speeches as he stumps in the South.
I hope my prediction about him winning the nomination is right.