Evangelical conservatives: Environmental efforts "should not be portrayed as pro-life."

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The real story is that we have evangelical organizations so focused on the green agenda they are now willing to try to co-opt "pro life" for their causes... not to mention that they think http://creationcare.org/blog.php?blog=19 ]the resurrection of Christ is about global warming .

And The Hill's E2 Wire post is a study in bias-via-loaded terms.
"Religious right" (now a pejorative term)
"bashes" (look at http://www.cornwallalliance.org/articles/read/protecting-the-unborn-and-... the actual statement from the alleged conservatives)
"for supporting epa rules" (not quite what they're bothered about!)

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