‘We are all called to love’
At CPAC Chicago last weekend, Foster Friess, who served as conference chairman, spoke with Lawrence Sinclair about the 2012 election and the state of the country.
Noting that in the Wisconsin recall election Gov. Scott Walker had decent support among private sector unions, Foster said there is an opportunity now to unite seemingly unlikely coalitions of those who want to move the country in a freer and more prosperous direction.
He said those who appreciate America’s founding values need to find better ways to articulate their views, from finding healthcare solutions to stopping the war on the poor caused by President Obama’s costly energy policies.
And, amid all our political debates, we should remember our primary responsibility: “We are called to love,” Foster said.
Watch the interview here from Sinclair News (17:23).