Social Conservatives Still Looking for a Candidate in Iowa

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Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney gives away paperback copies of his book, 'No Apologies,' after addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference in February 2011.
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With less than a month until the Iowa Caucus, social conservatives still do not have a clear choice for in the GOP primary. Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich have been leading in polls, but both candidates have come under fire for their lack of conservative bona-fides. And as for Bachmann, Santorum, and Perry it's an open question whether they can gather enough conservative voters to pull a win. To make matters worse the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition has declined to endorse any candidate. What is a social conservative to do?

Dr. Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, tries to answer that question.