or at least that’s what I assume from comments he made recently. In case you missed it, over 2 months ago I posted in this blog my hesitations in voting based on a “lesser of two evils” philosophy (one of the most viewed and commented on blogs I’ve done to this day). Well, in an article today Dobson made some comments right up that same alley, check this out:
“I will either cast my ballot for an also-ran — or if worse comes to worst — not vote in a presidential election for the first time in my adult life.”
-James Dobson, in response to a possible Giuliani nomination-
Now don’t get me wrong, I love Jimmy D., but lately he’s been getting a little more cranky old man than I remember him being as I was growing up. Yet here we are, Dobson and me, on the exact same page. As time has passed since I originally posted my sentiments, the things Rudy has said in trying to sidestep the abortion issue has solidified my resolve. I will not vote for him. Not because I’m a Christian, but because I believe that stopping abortion is priority number one right now and Rudy won’t even say when he believes life starts.
I hate sounding like a nut on this stuff, but I never want to forget how messed up it is that we kill over a million of our babies every year. And if Rudy Giuliani thinks he can blow that off as something “I don’t agree with, but I support a women’s right to choose” and still get my vote, then I’ve got news for him (namely the news that it ain’t happenin‘.)
This is one time that I’m glad that Dobson has developed a bit of an edge in the past few years. Go get ’em, Big D.