Hard to disagree with this:

Not only is Obama showing how faith would shape policy in his administration, he's being so bold as to criticize Bush's faith-based program for not going far enough in opening the federal social services spigot to churches and other faith-based groups. In effect, he's out-Bushing George W. Bush in one of the President's specialty areas--connecting faith and public policy.

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