Ok, I’m no fan of Republicans, but why is this considered a normal thing to do during an election season but this is considered bad politics? Why is no one shouting separation of church and state here? I thought politicking inside a church was forbidden by preachers or does that not apply to mayors? Isn’t it a pure example of telling parishioners how to vote? I think all politicking from pulpits should be outlawed or it should be allowed. Personally, I don’t want religion mixed with politics no matter who’s speaking, so I’m on the side of keeping both arenas completely separate. Somebody explain what I’m missing here, because apparently I don’t get it.