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Why James + Shirley Dobson Couldn’t Go To Glenn Beck’s Rally: 50 Year Anniversary of Opposite Marriage

At Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. (or whatever), James Dobson and his wife Shirley sent the tens of thousands of attendees this special message, for they could not attend due to prior — selfish! — commitments. Please note how, keeping with Beck’s intent, the message is neither political nor religious!

The only thing better: Sarah Palin explaining why Dr. King would have been proud of them yesterday.

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8 Comments

  • Kev C

    The word is dumped. Gary Sinise and Ted Nugent were also scheduled to appear and dumped at the last minute.

  • concernedcitizen

    what a joke, and I’m not laughing.

  • Jack E. Jett

    Whores, cunts, cows, bigots, and old white men with very saggy balls trying to out redneck each other. I wish them half the hell they have created for us.

  • Jeffree

    @Jack E. Jett : You’ re kinder than I. You wished them “half” and I wish them “twice” the hell they’ve created for us !

  • Dollie

    I have a tremendous deal of sympathy for Dr. King! I can imagine he is writhing in his grave, wishing his name and memory were not attached to an event so bigoted and vile!

  • PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS

    If she wasn’t a much a vile rightwing rhetoric spewing bigoted pandering scumbag as her nasty relic of a husband is, I would have possibly had a sliver of sympathy of her for having to see that horror show bag o’ skin and bones walking cadavar every night in the bedroom.…………

  • Jack E. Jett

    @Jeffree: Jeffree…..you are kinder than I are words that I hear so infrequently. thanks.

  • whatever

    Sarah Palin a couple of weeks ago: “Dr. Laura has should have the unfettered right to say “nigger” as many times as she wants on public airwaves and not face any repercussions as an employee for that.”

    Sarah Palin today: “We are carrying the legacy of Dr. King.”

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