There are two ways to approach a political campaign: you can run
against someone, or you
can stand for something. In the last five days, Americans have gotten a good
look at both -- the Democrats, whose main argument for Joe Biden is "he's
not Trump," and the Republicans, who are focusing on the clashing
policies, not personalities. In a wild 2020, where nothing is predictable, at
least one thing is: This is the year of political contrasts -- and the parties'
conventions are no exception.
Read the entire commentary here by Tony Perkins at FRC.