James Dobson Looking to Gingrich?
U.S. News.com offers insight into who the well-known conservative christian leader might vote for himself, although an official endorsement from Focus on the Family is not expected.
While making it clear he was not endorsing any Republican presidential candidate, Dobson, who is considered the most politically powerful evangelical figure in the country, also said that [Newt] Gingrich was the "brightest guy out there" and "the most articulate politician on the scene today."Just a note on media bias here:
Gingrich recently appeared on Dobson's daily Focus on the Family radio program, carried by upward of 2,000 American radio stations, where he made headlines by discussing an extramarital affair he was having even as he pursued impeachment against President Bill Clinton for his handling of the investigation into the Monica Lewinsky affair.
(their quote) "...even as he pursued impeachment against President Bill Clinton for his handling of the investigation into the Monica Lewinsky affair"How about the word 'perjury' folks? And how about calling the Monica Lewinsky affair what it really was--a scandal? By referring to the Monica Lewinsky scandal as just an affair, the author is doing his best to persuade the reader that nothing was different from Newt Gingrich's affair and President Bill Clinton's, ignoring the fact that Clinton was charged with lying under oath, not infidelity.