Saturday, October 07, 2006

The Stench of Desperation

I don’t believe it. James Dobson is now saying that the whole Foley scandal has "turned out to be what some people are now saying was a -- sort of a joke by the boy and some of the other pages":

We condemn the Foley affair categorically, and we also believe that what Mr. Clinton did was one of the most embarrassing and wicked things ever done by a president in power. Let me remind you, sir, that it was not just James Dobson who found the Lewinsky affair reprehensible. More than 140 newspapers called for Clinton's resignation. But the president didn't do what Mr. Foley has done in leaving. He stayed in office, and he lied to the grand jury to obscure the facts. As it turns out, Mr. Foley has had illicit sex with no one that we know of, and the whole thing turned out to be what some people are now saying was a -- sort of a joke by the boy and some of the other pages.

I know I should not be surprised, but I am. But then, when I think about what is at stake for the good Doc if the GOP continues to implode, I guess I understand. If it’s bye bye Republican control, it’s gonna be bye bye Snake-oil Dobson. (be still my heart)

Other reactions:

Spongebob holding hands with Big Bird on a video about tolerance is shocking homosexual brainwashing. Exchanging lewd e-mails with Republican congressman is good clean fun.

John Amato:

Dobson is convinced a rumor about a prank is more plausible than every piece of real evidence there is. He's a scam artist in the first degree and a fake religious figure that raises huge amounts of money by selling snake oil. He has no shame defending Foley, but (I'm sure you know this) his real purpose is to shield the GOP because if they lose in November then his power diminishes.

John Aravosis

When one of the top leaders of the religious right describes a child sex predator as participating in little more than "a joke," you know these disgusting excuses for Christians no longer stand for family or values, or God.


Are there any people of conscience left among evangelical Christians? This man is one of your self-proclaimed leaders, and he thinks 52 year old men asking 16 year old boys to measure their penises is "a joke"? Absolutely sickening.

I love seeing the mask drop on these hypocrite evangelical leaders. Daddy Dobson's Focus on the Anus is scrambling to defend the politicians they've bedded down with over the years, and I'd like him to keep on defending their behavior. Bring it on, Daddy D.

James Dobson, it's now clear, has no idea what the character is of the Republican House leadership that he has counted on to support his hate agenda. Please stay the course, Daddy, because you're going to go down with this ship.

It sure isn’t pretty watching these pathetic frauds desperately grasping at anything that might possibly right the sinking ship, even if it means those pesky "Christian Values" need to be put on a back burner.


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