View Full Version : Dobson changes his mind about voting in this upcoming election
05-08-2008, 09:45 PM
If the puppetmaster has his way,McCain will jump when he says jump.. McCain is already courting the right's favor.. Geeeeeeeeeeeeeeesh .More on McCain and his catering to the religious right,http://www.pfaw.org/pfaw/general/default.aspx?oid=25053
05-09-2008, 04:58 PM
Dobson wants to have a hand in the next election after all? Color me stunned... oh, wait, I'm not. What does he do other than meddle in politics? If he stayed out of this, he'd have to go home and focus on his own family for a change, and he couldn't stand that.
05-09-2008, 09:02 PM
What concerns me is he(Dobson) talks about family values and the santicity of the unborn fetus, but what about the value of all life? What about the concerns our citizens face today with healthcare, jobs, medical, wanting to end the war in Iraq and our troops. Our troops are being redeployed again and again when they suffer from PTSD, and brain injuries and other serious health problems and injuries. Iraqi people are suffering too, from this war . Why not support families by helping them ?Addressing the concerns and seeing that LGBT people have concerns about their welfare and their families as well?More and more evangelicals are seeing that playing partisan politics isn't working and they are addressing their concerns about different issues as well. 64% want this war in Iraq to end for example, and people are tired of divisive poilitics/Over 300.000 homes are being forclosed on.Jobs have been outsourced in record numbers. I don't know what the religious righ'ts priorities mean when they talk about family values but shouldn't that mean all families?
What also concerns me about McCain is his dismal attitude and approach to reality, "Face it folks the manufacturing jobs are gone, deal with it." Or we are going to be involved in wars and more wars. as if we could indefinitely pay for more costly wars without collapsing within our own state of affairs. or having a major collapse of our country. Education, medical care, poverty, jobs, the environment,skyrocketing gas prices, and food and other necessities. Those aren't answers . He may call himself a realist but he has a pretty pessimistic view of the future. We can't buy into that view.
06-14-2008, 11:02 PM
Wars will bleed us dry, unless we make them real wars. To keep afloat we'd need to go around and just stomp all over the world. Hurray imperialism.
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