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Dr. Dobson Speaks Out for Sarah Palin

Dr. Dobson just said on the Dennis Prager show that if he were to go into the voting booth today, he would “pull the lever” for John McCain and Sarah Palin.

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5 replies on “Dr. Dobson Speaks Out for Sarah Palin”

I so agree with what William Wallace wrote.

I feel exactly the same way.

For some reason, James Dobson and Focus
on the Family has taken a different road.

What is a more important ‘job’ than being
a good mother and caring for young children.

When did motherhood become so insignificant that a man can do it just fine?

God made men and women different.
Did ya know that?


With one child that has Down Syndrome, and other who is underage, pregnant, and unmarried, Sarah Palin should do the right thing, and “focus on the family.”

I am surprised that Dr. Dobson is supporting Sarah’s bid for V.P. She has more important work to do.


Ok great, so now what if John M. dies in office?
She’s been a GOVERNOR of a 180,000 population state for TWO YEARS.
You want her as President?
Nice lady, but get some chops first please?
No, this is a sad day for the Republican party. John McCain in his desperation, has gone for the “I got a woman to counter your black” card.
I didn’t like him as my choice and this doesn’t make it any easier to “pull the lever”.
We needed a STRONG, EXPERIENCED conservative, like Fred Thompson or Mitt Romney.
Oh well, better hope Big John doesn’t bite the big one if they win.
So we are down to Joe Biden or Sarah Palin for President perhaps? Ouch.

Hi, Bill–

There is no perfect candidate (well, excepting either you or I would run…)and I do understand that Sarah Palin’s history of experience is thin…but it certainly would not be called non-existent.

She has around a total of 8 years of political experience before she became governor, I believe…and a bit less than 2 years as governor. She has been a mayor, and has served on an ethics committee concerning oil and gas

You know what I like about her. She “gets” it. She has crusaded against the political machine that has been prominent in Alaska, and actually “blew the whistle” on the state GOP chair…She’s ready to drill and pro-life.

She’s gutsy and courageous.

I’m a bit conflicted about her having a tiny baby.

A shrewd move on John McCain’s part; exciting, invigorating.

I predict a Republican victory in November.
(comment posted also on Bill’s site.)


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