Billy Graham’s recent message to Christian citizens has drawn fire (because it has political implications, does it not?). It is newsworthy, given his past role and general reticence (and infamous Nixon ‘endorsement’) in political matters. He has been America’s minister to presidents in general, having met them all beginning with Truman. Timothy George comments on the Graham statement at the Colson Center. I agree on the main three points of concerns to American Christians: life, marriage and religious freedom. They are truly at issue in this election, even though most of the talk has been about the economy. (Moral bankruptcy is worse than fiscal bankruptcy, is it not?)