In "My Memo to Conservative and Evangelical Leaders," Joseph Farah writes:
Recently, high-powered Christian public-relations consultant Mark DeMoss sent a memo to unnamed conservative and evangelical leaders urging support of a non-evangelical, non-conservative candidate for the presidency in 2012. . . .
The premise of DeMoss' memo is that Mitt Romney's values about life, marriage, character and integrity are shared with conservatives and evangelicals. And that is just plain not true.
Go here to read Farah's "Memo to Conservatives and Evangelical Leaders."