Wouldn’t you know — Richard Land is a man of the people. Or so he told NPR’s Terry Gross when she asked why he supported the war in Iraq when so many other religious leaders did not. Maybe, said Land, it’s “because I was democratically elected by my rank and file and the others weren’t.” Continuing with his might-makes-right philosophy, Land brings some “really bad news” to NPR listeners, which may not have picked up on these tidbits of wisdom: the next Republican candidate for president will look a lot like George W. Bush; socially moderate Republicans are “vestigial relics” that can’t win a primary west of the Hudson; and the debate over religion in the public square “is over.”