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Tuesday, September 2, 2008


Although I listen to Focus on the Family almost daily, I do believe James Dobson is (at times) off his rocker. Not a bad guy, mind you ... just a little too far "right" for my taste.

This, though, proves that no matter where you stand personally, spirtually or otherwise, people will always judge you by the company you keep and drag your organization and/or beliefs through the mud... if, in fact, you hire someone like Stuart Shepard to be your director of digital media.

In this lovely little 2 minute film, Stewie asks all conservatives to pray for a torrential downpour during Obama's speech at the DNC last week.

So what does God do?

Sends Gustav, of course.

Karma's a bee-otch!

Dobson and Focus on the Family have since apologized and removed the video from their website. Shepard claims he was only "joking around," but I wouldn't be surprised if he didn't have a job come Wednesday.

Christians who wish harm on other people typically don't have a very long shelf life, especially if they're trying to perpetuate the funding of their ministry through viewer and listener donations.

Click here to read an article on Stuart Shepard's prayer request.

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