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  • OT: VOTE REPUBLICAN

    Filed at 7:29 am under by dcobranchi

    Or go to Hell. Literally.

    “Whether Republicans deserve the power they were given, the alternatives are downright frightening,” Dobson told more than 3,000 attendees at the Pittsburgh “Stand for the Family” rally.

    …But if a politician shares his principles on issues from judges to marriage “and is committed to the God of the universe, and from my perspective, Jesus Christ his only begotten son … it would be a sin not to go to the polls and vote for him or her,” Dobson said.

    Hey, Cav, save me a seat, OK?

    7 Responses to “OT: VOTE REPUBLICAN”


    Comment by
    COD
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 10:07 am

    The mysterious lost 11th Commandment – Thou shall vote Republican.


    Comment by
    Cavalor Epthith
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 10:20 am

    And foolish me I was going to go shopping this morning! Is there any way sir that the GOP and their lackeys will not attempt to steal this election cycle? How did America go from butt kicking SuperPower to the Land of the Sheeple? How is it they cannot understand that 9/11 was not an attack on “American values” but on American foreign policy?

    BTW, Dr. Cobranchi you know you are so very well respected in our dimension that you have a villa waiting for your arrival, hopefully many, many decades from now.


    Comment by
    Andrea R. in Missouri
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 11:12 am

    I’ll see you all in hell then.


    Comment by
    Unique
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 12:45 pm

    “…But if a politician shares his principles on issues from judges to marriage “and is committed to the God of the universe, and from my perspective, Jesus Christ his only begotten son … it would be a sin not to go to the polls and vote for him or her,” Dobson said.”

    What!?!
    Has Dr. Dobson never heard of a liar?

    I can SAY I’m the Queen of Sheba; that don’t make it so.


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 12:59 pm

    Why should they attack American values. As the GOP yesterday decided that torture is an American value, it seems we have a lot in common with the “terrorists” now.


    Comment by
    Cavalor Epthith
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 2:33 pm

    Touche!


    Comment by
    JJ Ross
    September 23rd, 2006
    at 8:15 pm

    Said it before,say it again — the core problem in all of this is that there IS no “we/”