If this is honestly the way that a significant number of voters in America think, then we have got such a serious cultural divide in this country that I can't even begin to imagine how to bridge it. I have even spent more time living and working with hard core Christians (when I was in AmeriCorps in the South) than a lot of liberals I know, but this comment pretty much floored me. From the LA Times:
Joe Hester, an accountant, said he would vote for Talent because the incumbent "supports family values and I think McCaskill is too liberal for our state…. I'm a strong Christian, and I believe if you take care of the values, God will take care of the rest."