Amen, sir.

There’s a lot to criticize about Miley Cyrus’ hypersexual VMA performance. But there’s a great deal to learn from it, too, namely this: We can do better.

For conservatives to win the culture war, we can’t just sit on the sidelines and point out what’s wrong with popular culture; we have to engage. We can’t change the public’s perception of conservatism without having something to offer that’s better than the status quo.

Exactly. There are positive role models out there for young women, for all of us:

Not only is Grace talented, but she’s got a good head on her shoulders and a solid moral compass. Last night, she shared her feelings on the Miley Cyrus Affair:

Indeed. Cyrus herself is certainly culpable:

But the blame doesn’t lie squarely on her shoulders. She is surrounded by people who ought to know better:

Exactly. And in Grace’s mind, what Cyrus needs more than anything is our concern and compassion:

This poised young woman is proof that the youth are not a lost cause. And if conservatives choose to ignore role models like Grace, we deserve to lose.