Thought it might be worth noting Dobson’s response on his show last Thursday to criticism of Gen. Peter Pace. As could have been predicted, he went nuts, going in for a shot at that evil new phenomenon known as cohabitation, which those wild kids out in “the culture” are practicing everywhere these days:
“If homosexuality is moral, so is living together out of wedlock and sleepin’ around and doin’ the other things that are so common in the culture today. And yet two Democratic candidates for the presidency and one Republican candidate for the presidency came out and said General Pace was wrong, he shouldn’t have said that.”
The Man-on-Dog Aesthetic
A steamy scene from Rick Santorum’s upcoming feature
Rick Santorum claims he’s getting into filmmaking:
Less than three months removed from his congressional career, the former Pennsylvania senator said in an interview last week that he is planning two film projects in part to counter what he characterized as the stream of left-wing documentaries coming from Hollywood and independent filmmakers.
The first project, Santorum said, would explore the relationship between radical Islam and the radical leftists in various countries around the world, including Latin America. It would be about an hour.
The second would be a longer, broader documentary that he said would aim to ”change the culture of America.” He declined to go into specifics about the proposal.
Steve Sailer SucksÂ
I’ve added a new link to my blogroll, Steve Sailer Sucks. This is a high quality blog devoted to relentlessly attacking someone who sucks.
Sailer’s racist profile of Barack Obama is out, by the way. Unlike in Vdare, Sailer stops just short of calling Obama a “wigger.”
Â A Familiar Scenario
“Mainstream” conservative operative mingles with neo-Nazis, neo-Nazis bash Jews (“revolutionary Jews” to be exact), “mainstream” conservative goes home, keeps job. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve watched this happen…
I Learned It From Watching You, DobsonÂ
Ever wonder how Tom DeLay became such an ethical man? Here’s how he described his spiritual “resurrection” to Focus on the Family’s Citizenlink:
As you alluded to a little while ago, Dr. Dobson’s video, Where’s Dad?, had a profound impact on you. Explain a little bit how watching that film, which urged fathers to put their wives and kids first, turned you back toward Christ.
Well, I will always be grateful to Congressman Frank Wolf, who’s close to Dr. Dobson, who had a ministry of going to freshmen congressmen’s offices and sitting down with them. His whole strategy was to invite them to come to a Christian Bible study.
And then he would, as part of his presentation, have you sit down and watch Where’s Dad? And everything Dr. Dobson said in that video that was wrong about being a dad â€“ that was me. And I recognized it; I broke down. I didn’t immediately start going to Bible studies, but Frank Wolf wouldn’t give up â€“ and then I started going to the Bible studies and I was led back to Christ.