Evangelicals are having a difficult time deciding, apparently. For the life of me, I cannot understand, at this point in the race, why any evangelical would endorse Rudy or Mitt. The one is clearly not pro-life, family, or marriage, the other seems unsure. Is it really just a pragmatic decision for evangelicals? Are there no principles? Is life sacred? This early in the race, there is the possibility that a dark horse candidate might pull it off (as Clinton did in the 90’s). Huck may just do it. He is clearly the most reliable pro-life candidate in the race. This article fleshes out where evangelicals are landing. Huck is starting to attract more endorsements. Bob Jones went to , as did Wayne Grudem. , of course, endorsed Rudy this week. Dobson has not declared, but he is supposedly leaning toward Huckabee. I think it is good that evangelicals are broad-based like this, but I still am not sure why someone would endorse Mitt or Rudy so early. This story offers a good overview of the situation.