I just watched evangelical leader Rev. Jim Wallis talk about the health care plan. My jaw dropped to the floor. My eyes bugged out of my head. He must have "misspoke". I have never heard an evangelical talk this way. It has to be a joke. First, he said Jesus never healed for "profit". Then, he said it's the responsibility of all Christians to make sure every person in this country has health care (from an evangelical? That boggles the mind.). Now came the part that really shocked me. He said that the "death panels" were, now get this, "Bearing False Witness". Not only was he saying it is a lie, but he was condemning the lie with a Biblical Phrase. He was saying flat out it is against God. Now comes MY question. Considering this guy is the most Christian guy I have heard in 40 years, I'm talking the kind of Christian that actually talks about doing good and what's right, what do other evangelicals think about him? Is he on the "fringe" of the religious "elite"? With this kind of message, he must be hated on the right. Is that the case? This is a serious question.