By Stan Guthrie
Most political pros and pundits will tick off what they see as the key issues for voters in the 2012 campaign. The economy, debt and deficits, jobs, gasoline prices, and Obamacare usually appear near the top of every list. Also appearing, but much farther down, are some of the so-called “social issues,” such as abortion, so-called gay rights, and, now, access to contraception.
Religious liberty, however, makes almost none of the lists, but it should.