It's not really a secret which of the two political parties is the one most likely to lecture us all about moral values. I'll give you a hint, it starts with an R and it rhymes with 'epublicans.
And that lecture often comes in the form of a finger point, usually aimed at our faces or genitals, because that's where the sin comes out.
See if you can identify which Republican presidential candidate is actively judging your lifestyle choices simply by their pointing finger.
(Answer key at the bottom. Not that you need it. You got this.)
How'd you do? Here's the key!
Did you figure it out, while feeling sufficiently out-moraled by these values-driven fingers? Hooray, that means you're a well-read, informed American! Even if you're a terrible person in their eyes!
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