Suffice it to say that I'm admire the choice of John Edwards as a running mate. His speech on the two americas was one of the more moving campaign moments during the primary and spoke to the heart of what sort of country we can be.
The day of this decision, Kerry was visiting the African Methodist Episcopal Church's convention in Indianapolis. That convention ended up making history when it selected it's first woman leader, Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie.
And the Presbyterian Church's assembly approved a resolution which described the U.S. invasion of Iraq as "unwise, immoral and illegal" and has condemned "in the strongest possible terms" the torture and abuse of prisoners by the U.S. military there. In the religion debates which will be a part of this election, actions like that of the PCUSA should be a voice which is heard.