Shopping at Wal-Mart isn't about making the world a better place, because that isn't what shopping is for.
Liberals believe evangelicals lack moral gravitas because we don't attach our beliefs to our purchases like an overpriced service plan.
According to Syracuse University's study, "Religious Faith and Charitable Giving," people who attend religious services regularly are 38 percent more likely to identify themselves as conservatives. They are also 25 percent more likely to donate money than those who don't (91 percent to 66 percent)—and this isn't just giving in the collection plate: the religious are more generous with nonreligious causes as well. They are also 23 percent more likely to volunteer time (67 percent to 44 percent).
Don't just read the quotes above, you HAVE to read this whole article. It's so good, and it's writer so insightful, that I'll vote for whoever Nancy's voting for. Luckily, that happens to be Mitt!