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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Salazar:Dobson is the Antichrist

The man knows the devil when he sees him

I mentioned Focus for the Fuhrer once and now I get their e-mail.

Focus Says Salazar's 'Antichrist' Comments a Smokescreen

Senator is using "overheated rhetoric" to divert attention from his record, ministry says

Colorado Springs, Colo. -- Focus on the Family today dismissed as "overheated rhetoric" and "suspect theology" comments from U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar that the ministry is the "antichrist of the world."

Salazar, a first-term Democrat from Colorado, made the comments during a Tuesday interview with a Colorado Springs television station, in a report reviewing his recent public disagreements with Focus, which has urged Coloradans to question the senator on his support of judicial filibusters.

"In my view," Salazar said of the ministry, whose 1,400 employees he represents, "they are the antichrist of the world."

Tom Minnery, Focus on the Family's vice president of government and public policy, said "this appears to be just the latest example of what is fast becoming a pattern with Sen. Salazar."

"He's using overheated rhetoric to draw attention away from his broken campaign promises," Minnery said. "He told the voters of Colorado, when he was trying to win their votes, that he supported up-or-down votes for judicial nominees; now, he's backing his party's filibusters.

Of course James Dobson is working for the devil. He certainly isn't working for God.

posted by Steve @ 5:59:00 PM

5:59:00 PM

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