A Philadelphia pastor may have violated federal tax law by endorsing George W. Bush from the pulpit of his church during the Republican National Convention last night, says Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
During the convention, the Rev. Herbert Lusk of Greater Exodus Baptist Church was brought into the convention hall via satellite hookup. Lusk, speaking from his church in North Philadelphia, addressed the cheering delegates and said, "We are supporting Gov. Bush, and we are supporting him because we know that he understands that we must give faith a chance."