Mosso ’06 Figures Out Conservatives

In today’s Daily D, Tim Mosso ’06 complains that voters identify Republicans as the party of “moral values.” Mosso is not indignant, however, that voters prefer Republicans to fight the War on Terror.

“Americans place ‘moral values’ very low on their list of priorities in choosing a leader,” he writes. And right he is: in the recent election, the War on Terror and Iraq were the priority for 34 percent of voters, while economic issues followed with 33 percent. Moral values constituted the priority for only 22 percent of Americans.

Mosso also ejaculates that “only conservatives can channel these spirits” of moral rectitude. The Dartmouth Review holds its séances every Monday at 6pm.