Live Blogging the Values Voter Summit in DC

18 10 2007

Filed under:Washington Briefing, Values Voter Summit, Conservatism, Christianity, Politics

I’m off to Washington, DC, this Friday to live blog the 2007 Washington Summit: Values Voter Summit.

Joe Carter, head of FRC’s Web Communications, has organized a Blogger’s Row, sponsored by Americans United for Life, for this year’s event.

So far, other bloggers include:

Matthew Eppinette – Americans United for Life Blog
Erick Erickson – RedState
Soren Dayton – eye0n08
Matt Anderson – Mere Orthodoxy
David All – TechPresident
Marc Ambinder – The Atlantic
Michael “A.J. Sparxx” Illions – Polipundit
Melinda Penner and Amy Hall – Stand to Reason Blog
Justin Hart – MyManMitt
Jim Geraghty – NRO’s Campaign Spot
Jon Henke – Fred File [the official blog of Fred08]
Dan Nejfelt — Faith in Public Life
Rob Neppell (aka “NZ Bear”) – TruthLaidBear, The Victory Caucus
Anastasia Uglova – NBC Universal’s PoliTalk.com

The 2007 speaker line-up is packed:

Dr. James Dobson, Tony Perkins, Gary Bauer, Sean Hannity, Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, Chuck Colson, Ken Blackwell, and many more.

Nine Republican presidential candidates have accepted invitations to speak including: Fred Thompson (Tenn.), Mike Huckabee (Ark.), John McCain (Ariz.), Sam Brownback (Kan.), Mitt Romney (Mass.), Rudy Giuliani (N.Y.), Duncan Hunter (Calif.), and Tom Tancredo (Colo.), and Ron Paul (Tex).

All the Democrat presidential candidates have declined their invitations. So much for values. Only when it’s leftist “values” will they perk up, such as those peddled by the Kos Kids and their annual konvention.

If you register online use promotional code PNCH4CRD to get in for $50 (instead of the usual $95).

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