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James Dobson

Dr. James Dobson: The Evangelical Pope


Nutshell: Founder of Focus on the Family, the most powerful evangelical ministry in the country
Denomination: Son of a Nazarene minister, bible literalists with a strict moral code
Born: 1936
Defining Quote: "Communities do not let prostitutes, pedophiles, voyeurs, adulterers, and those who sexually prefer animals to publicly celebrate their lifestyles, so why should homosexuals get such privileges?"

Quick Facts about James Dobson

· He's a psychologist, not a minister, with zero theological training.
· He's apparently on speed dial at the White House, since he's regularly consulted by them.
· He's married to Shirley Dobson, the chair-Christian of the National Day of Prayer Task Force.
· He's a founding board member of the Christian political lobby, Family Research Council.
· He routinely advised Bush's campaign advisor Karl Rove during the 2004 election.
· He's had a regular bowel movement right after supper for the past 8 1/2 years.

The Evangelical Pope

Forget Pat Robertson. Forget Billy Graham. Forget that other dude who buys his suits at The Burlington Coat Factory and says "Jay-sus." Dr. James Dobson hates the queers more vehemently than anyone in America. Chairman and founder of the Colorado Springs-based ministry known as Focus on the Family, he's also the world's most powerful evangelical leader, earning him the unofficial title, The Evangelical Pope. Reportedly, Dr. Dobson even smells "Christiany." Combining folksy family psychology - Dobson has a Ph. D. in child development - with a very literal interpretation of the bible, Dobson's nondenominational evangelical videos, newsletters, books, and radio show now reach more than 200 million people daily. That's an audience 10 times larger than the population of New York State. Tellingly, Dobson was even privy to inside information on Supreme Court nominees, provided by the White House, weeks before most of the members of Congress got the information. And yes, he's the guy who thinks SpongeBob Squarepants is gay.


Focus on Your own Family, Please

Focus on the Family began modestly in 1977 when Dobson published his first child-rearing tome, Dare to Discipline, and secured a weekly radio show in California. Now, his tax-exempt empire has published dozens of bestselling Christian books and Dobson's radio shows can be heard on over 200 stations in the United States alone. His newsletter, which often discusses current political events alongside commonsense, pseudo-spiritual psychology, is readily available in the lobby of nearly every evangelical church in the country. With the exception of the buffet at Ryan's steakhouse, nothing is more popular with evangelicals than the ministry of Dr. Dobson.

Quick Facts about Dobson's Focus on the Family

· Has an annual budget of $146 million and receives so much mail it has its own zip code.
· Distributed 8 million voting guides during the 2004 election.
· Organized boycotts against AT&T (supports gay rights), Proctor & Gamble (supports gay rights), Disney (supports gay rights), and Abercrombie & Fitch (ran sexy ads, but probably supports gay rights too).
· Has 1400 employees and answers thousands of calls daily at its Christian counseling hotline.
· Dobson secretly wants to change the company's name to Focus on the Fags.

"Pain is a marvelous purifier"

Ironically, given his gentle demeanor and the softness of his hands (Dobson moisturizes them lovingly every morning with a greaseless hand lotion before doing his Rapture exercises). Dobson began his career by publishing a book about spanking. Dare to Discipline is his response to what he believes to be a culture of permissive parenting. In it, he promotes the disciplinary effectiveness of spanking, even for "sick and deformed" children whom, he says, should be treated no differently than normal children.

After all, his own mother hit him with "a multitude of straps and buckles" and look how normal James turned out! Dobson says he believes spanking is biblical. Everyone knows that Mary spanked Jesus with a bamboo reed whenever he turned his brussel sprouts into Reese's Pieces.

Highlights from Dobson's "Dare to Discipline" and "The Strong-Willed Child"

"[P]ain is a marvelous purifier... There is a muscle, lying snugly against the base of the neck ... When firmly squeezed, it sends little messengers to the brain saying, 'This hurts; avoid recurrence at all costs.'"

"I suggest [spanking with] a switch (a small, flexible twig from a tree) or a paddle… if it doesn't hurt it doesn't motivate."

Rejected Titles to Dare to Discipline

· A Dummy's Guide to Sticks, Spatulas, Belts, Switches, and Ping-Pong Paddles
· Spare the Rod, Spoil the Demon-Possessed Hellion
· Just Wait 'til Your Father gets Home (He's Hungry, Overworked and Ready to Kick Some Ass)
· Spanking the Fairy out of Him
· Paddle off the Pounds: The Spanker's Diet
· Everybody Hurts, Sometimes
· Speak Softly and Carry a Viney Switch
· Spank Liberally, Vote Conservatively
· If You Can't Beat 'em, Give 'em a Good Shaking
· Take That You Godless Little Shit. Do You Want Another? DO YA?!
· The Jesus Paddle

Quick Quiz: What does Dobson call children who may be on the path to becoming gay?

A. Tinkerbells
B. Plays with dolls
C. Demon-possessed
D. Pre-gay

[Correct Answer: D]


The Meek shall inherit the earth; as long as the meek aren't a bunch of homos

Dobson reserves the most venom for homosexuality which he says will "destroy the earth." After all, even a dummy knows that the almighty Creator of the infinite universe spends 85% of his time fretting about Will and Grace and man-purses. Dobson believes that homosexuality is a sickness, a psychological disorder that can be cured. In the late 1990's, Dobson introduced Love Won Out as an extension of FOTF. The mission of Love Won Out was to provide "reparative therapy" to homosexuals. In other words, counseling to help them get the gay out. Ironically, the programs original director, "ex-gay" John Paulk (who incidentally is married to an ex-lesbian), was scandalized in 2000 when he was spotted in a gay bar.

Not content to obsess over one issue, Dobson has chosen two. The second of course being abortion, which he has compared to the holocaust. Dobson's trademark antiabortion program, the Option Ultrasound ™ Program, equips hundreds of pregnancy centers with ultrasound equipment. The hope is to dissuade people from having abortions by showing them ultrasound pictures, if the sign-waving lunatics outside the clinics don't do the trick.

Signs of impending gayness in little boys, according to James Dobson
· "may avoid other boys in the neighborhood and their rough-and-tumble activities"
· "preference for cross-dressing, or simulating female attire"
· "strong and persistent preference for cross-sexual roles in make-believe play"
· "may start using his mother's makeup"
· "prefer[s] being with his sisters…who play with dolls and dollhouses."
· "may start speaking in a high-pitched voice"
· "may affect the exaggerated gestures and even the walk of a girl, or become fascinated with long hair, earrings and scarves"

Dobson on how parents can help prevent homosexuality

"[T]he boy's father has to do his part. He needs to mirror and affirm his son's maleness. He can play rough-and-tumble games with his son, in ways that are decidedly different from the games he would play with a little girl. He can help his son learn to throw and catch a ball. He can teach him to pound a square wooden peg into a square hole in a pegboard. He can even take his son with him into the shower, where the boy cannot help but notice that Dad has a penis, just like his, only bigger."

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The Vast
Rightwing Conspiracy

· Accuracy in Academia
· Alliance Defense Fund
· American Center for Law and Justice
· American Conservative Union
· American Enterprise Institute
· American Family Association
· American Legislative Exchange Council
· American Life League
· Americans for Tax Reform
· Arlington Group
· Bradley Foundation, Lynde and Harry
· Campaign for Working Families PAC
· Cato Institute
· Center for the Study of Popular Culture
· Chalcedon Foundation
· Christian Coalition of America
· Club for Growth
· Collegiate Network
· Concerned Women for America
· Council for National Policy
· Discovery Institute
· Eagle Forum
· Eagle Forum Collegians
· Faith and Action
· Family Federation for World Peace and Unification
· Family Research Council
· Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies
· The Fellowship
· Focus on the Family
· FRCAction
· Free Congress Research and Education Foundation
· Heritage Foundation
· Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace
· Independent Women's Forum
· Institute for Creation Research
· Institute for Justice
· Intercollegiate Studies Institute
· Leadership Institute
· Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research
· Madison Project
· The Medical Institute
· Moral Majority Coalition
· National Association of Scholars
· National Center for Policy Analysis
· National Right to Life Committee
· National Taxpayers Union
· Salem Communications
· State Policy Network
· Students for Academic Freedom
· Traditional Values Coalition
· Trinity Broadcasting
· Vision America
· Young America's Foundation

Fundamentalist
Colleges

· Regent University
· Ave Maria Law School
· Christ College
· Liberty University
· New Saint Andrews College
· Oral Roberts University
· Patrick Henry College

Scary
· Army of God
· God Hates Fags
· Missionaries to the Preborn
· Operation Save America
· StreetPreach.com


The Leaders
· George Bush
· The Senate
· The House
· James Dobson
· Ted Haggard
· Paul Weyrich
· Rick Warren
· Ralph Reed
· Tim LaHaye
· Roy Moore
· Gary Bauer
· Michael Gerson
· Pat Robertson
· Howard Ahmanson
· Jack Chick
· Franklin Graham
· Chuck Colson
· Jerry Falwell
· Paul Crouch
· Benny Hinn
· Richard Land
· T.D. Jakes
· Joyce Meyer
· Rupert Murdoch
· Jay Sekulow
· Dr. D. James Kennedy
· Creflo Dollar
· David Barton
· Tony Perkins
· John Hagee
· Rick Scarborough
· Donald Wildmon
· Rod Parsley

Media
· Christian Newswire
· Agape Press
· Christian Broadcasting Network
· Christian Examiner
· Coral Ridge Ministries
· Covenant News.com
· Fox News
· Insight Magazine
· Liberty Channel
· Presbyterian Layman
· Salem Communications
· Ten Commandments News
· Washington Times
· World magazine
· World Net Daily

Largest
Megachurches

· Joel Osteen/Lakewood
(30,000)
· T.D. Jakes/Potter's House
(28,000)
· Creflo Dollar/World Changers (25,000)
· Rick Warren/Saddleback
(22,000)
· Chuck Smith/Calvary Chapel
(22,000)
· Bill Hybels/Willow Creek
(22,000)

Unusual/Funny
· K&K Mime
· Jack T. Chick Museum
· How to Prayerwalk
· Biblezines
· Creation Museum
· Force Ministries
· Jesus Sports Statues
· Kirk Cameron
· Christian Wrestling Federation
· Christian Exodus
· RaptureReady.com

Satire/Humor/Weird News
· Church Marketing Sucks
· Lark News
· Landover Baptist
· Jesus of the Week
· Corporate Jesus
· Edicts of Nancy
· Adult Christianity
· Ayn Clouter
· Beaver County Militia
· Betty Bowers
· The Toilet Paper
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Mo. Catholics back stem cell research (AP)

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Report: $1.3M misused by Texas Baptists (AP)

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Dobson's Voter Registration Rally Is a Flop (DefCon)

Church Could Lose Tax Exempt Status For Endorsing GOP Leader Who claims God Told her to run (Minnesota Monitor)

'War on Christmas' Begins (AFA)

Prominent Right-Wing Activist Smears Kuo As Member Of 'Axis Of Evil' (Think Progress)

Mr. President, We Christians Aren't "Nuts" (DailyKos)

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NPR: 'Straight to Jesus' and the Christian Ex-Gay Movement (Fresh Air)

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How Green Is My God?: Bill Moyers on Green Evangelists (Newsweek)

Poll: Pentecostals widening influence (AP)

US campaign labels HIV "a gay disease" (Via HuffPost)

Rosie attacks pope over clergy sex scandal (WorldNetDaily)

Distorted Christianity 'causing abuse' (London Times)

Tony Perkins: ‘Tolerance And Diversity’ Are To Blame For ‘Congressmen Chasing 16-Year-Olds’ (ThinkProgress)

Vatican accuses BBC of bias against Catholic church (Daily Mail)

Supreme Court will have a chance to shift to the right on abortion and race (LA Times)

Krugman: The religious and cultural right 'fall apart'(TruthOut)

Priests accused in $8 million Florida church theft (Reuters)

IRS ensnared in election-year politics (AP)

Legislating Violations of the Constitution(WaPo)

James Dobson Fires Woman For Missing Work After Her Daughter Was Raped And Killed (DefCon)

Danforth Warns of Christian Right but Says Tide Will Turn (WaPo)

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Radio Broadcast: The Cultural Impact of the Book of Revelation (Fresh Air)

Rep. Musgrave Says "Future Is Grim" If Gay Marriage Is Not Banned (Think Progress)

The Party of Dobson (The Nation)

Christian Coalition starting anew in GA (AP)

Falwell Refuses To Apologize For Lucifer Attack, Swears To Repeat It 'Over And Over Again' (Think Progress)

US Senator Inhofe Claims Global Warming is a UN Conspiracy (Talk2Action)

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Cat Stevens criticizes pope over comments about Islam (AP)

Pastor Charged With Stealing ‘Winnings’ of Fake Raffles (NY Times)

Episcopals Chicken Out: Gay priest loses bid to become bishop(Reuters)

Madonna defends being "crucified" on stage (AP)

IRS: Dobson gets a pass while All Saints gets the shaft (DailyKos)

Evangelical voters more jaded in 2006 (AP)

Human stem cells help blinded rats (AP)

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Reverend says Simpsons "breasts will sag and their faces will wither" (Gawker)

'Liberal' evangelicals begin campaign to move beyond abortion and man-purses (AP)

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NY Christians Protest Against Korean Faith Healer (Bartholomew)

'God Hates Fags' sued by Fallen Marine's Father (CBS)

Christian Group says current conflict has 'softened the hearts of many Muslims in Lebanon to the spiritual truths of the gospel of Jesus' (Bartholomew)

Washington State Upholds Ban on Same-Sex Marriage (WaPo)

Senate passes interstate abortion bill (AP)
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Bill Moyers for President? Absolutely! (The Nation)

'Religious left' gears up to face right counterpart (Reuters)

The Rise and Fall of Ralph Reed (Time)

Baptist Group's Leaders Convicted: Investors Lost $585 Million (WaPo)

New Books Ask: Can God and the scientific method coexist? (NY Times)

29 Foot Cross: War Memorial or 'giant neon ad' for Christianity (AP)

ACLU Agrees To Defend Fundy Group, "God Hates Fags" (AP)

Sec of Education On Funding Christian Schools: Is She Lying or Inept? (AU)
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Publisher Bans Singer After 'Nazi Pope' Comment (The Sun)

Ken Mehlmen addresses Fundy Christian Zionist Group: 'we are all Israelis' (US NEWSWIRE)

Ralph Reed Blames Defeat On John McCain (The Plank)

2 + 2 = Jesus rode a dinosaur: Christian schools lag significantly behind public schools in Math (TBOGG)
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Turd Blossom Grossly Distorts Stem Cell Science (Think Progress)

Tony Snow on Bush's Stance on Stem Cells: 'He thinks murder's wrong' (AP)

Group accuses Dobson of manipulating data to say gays and lesbians are not good parents (AP)

House Rejects Gay Marriage Ban, Even though Senate Had Already Decided Issue (AP)

IRS Warns Churches to Avoid Campaigning (AP)

Store clerk arrested for tampering with communion juice (AP)

Why Ralph Reed is a Dirtbag: A Comprehensive List (GQ via Eat the Press)

Violent anti-gay lyrics & threat of violence cause NYC concert to be cancelled (AP)
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How did Nicole Kidman re-marry in a Catholic church? (BBC)

'shrooms induce effects identical to religious experiences (The Independent)

Christian Group Spends $20 Mil annually to Make Courts More Jesusy (WaPo)

A Great Overview of Christian Dominionism (DailyKos)

New York Joins the Homophobe Club (AP)

The Top Ten Religious Right Power Brokers (AU)

Vatican Urges Excommunication For Stem Cell Researchers (NY Times Via HuffPost)

Falwell Video: "You almost got to be a homosexual to be recognized in the entertainment industry" (Media Matters)

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Promise Keepers Founder Bill McCartney Says Jews will be “Toast” (Bartholomew's notes)

Muslim Gays Seek Lesbians For Wives (WaPo)

2 Churches Struggle With Gay Clergy (NY Times)

GOP snakehandler blames "the devil" for his campaign obstacles (Salt Lake Tribune)

Rapture Ready Religious Groups Want Apocalypse Now (LA Times)

Petition a success, abortion on ballot in South Dakota (Argus Leader)

Sen. Sam "I'm Insane" Brownback Cites Opus Dei Study to Attack Gays (AlterNet)

New Episcopal Leader: Homosexuality Not A Sin (Reuters)

Presbyterians allow experimenting with alternatives to 'Father, Son and Holy Spirit' (USA Today)

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Valedictorian's Altar Call Speech Cut Short (LV Review)

New Bush policy adviser said he'd support jail for doctors who performed abortions (Raw Story)

Religious Right Seeks To Ban Gay Marriage Without Congress (Think Progress)

Key Christians starting to realize Left Behind videogame is completely f*cking insane (Talk2Action)

Church: A Good Place to Pick Up Chicks (WaPo)

Veterans Affairs Department To Respect Religious Diversity, Approve Pentacle For Wiccan Soldier (Americans United)

Losing Faith: Nearly half of all white evangelicals believe Iraq will not stabilize (Forbes)

Fundamentalists Seek ‘Dominion’ Over Our Lives, They Just Might Pull It Off (Americans United)

BORN AT 6AM ON 6/6/06, HIS MUM WAS INDUCED FOR 6 DAYS, HE WEIGHS 6LBS 6OZ AND HE'S CALLED.. DAMIEN (Mirror UK)

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Pat Robertson's magical protein shake: Claims he can lift 2000 lbs (Sportsline)

Sen. Inhofe brags his extended family has "never had a divorce" or homosexual relationship, Meanwhile, gay porn found on his computers (SenateMajority.com)

Ignoring Jesus, Harvard researchers start human stem cell project (Reuters)

Lion kills man who shouted 'God will save me, if he exists' (Reuters via Huff Post)

GODLESS: The Church of Liberalism: An Excerpt of Ann Coulter's Latest Piece of Shit (Townhall)
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Matchbox 20-loving frat boy douchebags host "Global Cooling Day" (College Republican National Committee)

GOP Convention Attracts Jesus Zombies (DAllas Morning News)

Political posturing: Friend Says Bush Doesn't give "a shit" about gay marriage (Newsweek via Huff Post)

Pastor Fired After Being Accused of Witchcraft (Tribune Chronicle)

Must see video: Most... Partisan... Invocation... Ever (Daily News via Huff Post)

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Batwoman is a lesbian (BBC)

Italy TV shooting 'romantic comedy' about Jesus (AFP)

Comic Book Icons Tackling Politics, Is Spidey Gay-Friendly? (Christain Science Monitor)

Kentucky Megachurch Spent $150,000 on Ads to block gay Marriage, Plus Lots of other Creepy Facts (Daily Kos)

Must see: CNN segment on quacks who claim they can "cure" gays (America Blog)

First couple splits over constitutional amendment banning gay marriage (Insight Mag)

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Left Behind Video Game: You Can Role Play As the antiChrist (LA Times) [more at Talk2Action]

Albright Faults Bush's Religious 'Certitude' for alienating muslims (Reuters)


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