Why is it that when conservatives/Republicans speak of matters of faith and religion they are criticized by the press and liberal politicians, and are described as imposing their religion on the nation, but when Bill Clinton (remember his "healing" prayer sessions with Jesse Jackson after the Lewinski affair became known?) or Barack Obama (he speaks of his "Christian Faith" while trying to force the Catholic Church to abandon it's long-standing beliefs and doctrine, and after sitting for 20 years in the church of Reverend Wright and listening to the hate that this man spewed from his pulpit all that time) talk about religion, the press is silent and doesn't consider their words to be at all a breach of the church and state divide. Why does this double standard exist?
It exists because the press and liberal politicians know that Clinton and Obama are lying through their teeth about their "faith", and the press admires how they can use the words of conservatives to defeat those same opponents. On the other hand liberals know that conservatives really mean and live by the words of faith they express, and the press scorns them for this middle class naiveté.
So liberals improve their standing by lying and conservatives are ridiculed for stating the truth, and both sides are using very similar words, only with different meanings and audiences. There's really nothing new in any of this. Conservatives (like Rick Santorum) need to continue to speak the truth without making a sermon out of it, and a majority of voters will reward them for it in the end.
The Obamas of the world are pure evil, and they must be voted out of office before they completely destroy this great nation, regardless of the enlightened words they use to try to convince us of their so-called "Christian Faith".