By Aaron Blumer Jan 12 2016 PoliticsMarco RubioRubio’s Awkward Balancing Act Between Evangelicals and Catholics 1076 reads There is 1 Comment Signs of severe groupthink Aaron Blumer - Tue, 01/12/2016 - 6:35am RD is often (always?) looking at things from a far left perspective... the Liberal groupthink in this one is pretty glaring. Mt. Everest sized false disjunction: you have to either care about evangelical interests or care about the common good (because these don't go together at all) Oblivion on presidential history: Presidents and candidates have talked this way about the common good in both parties for many decades... maybe for more than a century. (How long would it take to find it in Lincoln?) Unabashedly assumes (but does not support) that by favoring Ted Cruz, Iowans clearly don't care about the "common good" So the whole thing makes perfect sense if you do a good bit of equivocating on what "common good" means, generally leaning toward something like this: "common good" = the causes we on the left believe to be best for everyone. As for the video, haven't seen it yet... don't see any problem w/the parts quoted. Views expressed are always my own and not my employer's, my church's, my family's, my neighbors', or my pets'. The house plants have authorized me to speak for them, however, and they always agree with me.