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10. Mitt Romney is asked if he believes “every word” of the Bible
8. James Dobson tells a reporter he does not think that Fred
7. Barack Obama distributes a campaign flier describing himself as
6. Hillary Clinton said we need to “inject faith into policy”
5. Mike Huckabee explains his rise in the polls by invoking the
4. Tim Russert asks all the Democratic candidates to “name their
3. John McCain says the Constitution established the United States
2. Barack Obama asked a congregation to help him “become an
1. Mike Huckabee tells a crowd: “What we need to do is to amend the