In the St. Petersburg Times and the Salt Lake Tribune: "The leaders of the backlash may talk Christ, but they walk corporate," Frank writes. "Values may 'matter most' to voters, but they always take a back seat to the needs of money once the elections are won."
"Vote to stop abortion; receive a rollback in capital-gains taxes. Vote to make our country strong again; receive deindustrialization. Vote to screw those politically correct college professors; receive electricity deregulation."