James Dobson Disses Republican Candidates

September 2007
Focus on the Family's James Dobson is in a quandry: Who can he vote for? So far, it's not going to be Fred Thompson. The Associated Press got hold of this e-mail he wrote someone:
"Isn't Thompson the candidate who is opposed to a Constitutional amendment to protect marriage, believes there should be 50 different definitions of marriage in the U.S., favors McCain-Feingold, won't talk at all about what he believes, and can't speak his way out of a paper bag on the campaign trail?" "He has no passion, no zeal, and no apparent 'want to.' And yet he is apparently the Great Hope that burns in the breasts of many conservative Christians? Well, not for me, my brothers. Not for me!"
He's not voting for Rudy Giuiliani:
Dobson called Giuliani an "unapologetic supporter of abortion on demand" and criticized him for signing a bill in 1997 creating domestic-partnership benefits in New York City.
Nor John McCain:
Earlier this year, Dobson said he wouldn't back John McCain because of the Arizona senator's opposition to a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
I guess that leaves Mormon Mitt Romney. Or Hillary.