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Bringing the crazy

November 25, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here’s James Dobson responding to the Kathleen Parker column I mentioned the other day:

Whatever she once was, Ms. Parker is certainly not a conservative anymore, having apparently realized it’s a lot easier to be popular among your journalistic peers when your keyboard tilts to the left. She writes that “armband religion” — those of us who “wear our faith on our sleeve,” I suppose, or is it meant to compare socially conservative Christians to Nazis? — is “killing the Republican Party.” Lest readers miss the point, she literally spells it out. The GOP’s big problem? G-O-D.

That’s right, Dobson is seriously entertaining the idea that Parker was calling Christians Nazis by using the expression of wearing something on their sleeves.

Quite the intellectual giant Dobson is.

Categories: 2008 elections, Religion
  1. December 1, 2008 at 9:51 am | #1

    If you are looking for intellectual giants, do not look on the religious right. There’s a kind of mental illness going on there, and obsession with fantastical beings and certainty and simplicity, that obstruct their normal reasoning powers. They are lost to us.

  1. November 28, 2008 at 10:27 am | #1

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