When Jimmy’s boy Huckabee didn’t quite make the cut for the Republican presidential nomination, he decided to take his ball and go home. But now he’s gettin’ back in the mix, calling out Obama on a speech he gave on faith two years ago. (you can read the whole speech right here). Allahpundit does a good job of sorting out this mess right here.
If you’re not gonna vote, Mr. D., then please spare us your commentary.
Update: Scot McKnight weighs in on this subject. He’s right on:
Here’s my take: Dobson and his companion commentator routinely distorted what Obama was saying by rephrasing and capturing what he said in their own context and for their own agendas. For instance, Obama hypothesized (Dobson didn’t get this) what would happen if we moved all nonChristians out of our society. Even then, he was suggesting, we’d have diversity. Then, Obama asked, if we lived out the Bible which parts would we choose? Would it be Leviticus or Deuteronomy — and he brings up shell fish and stoning one’s son — or would it be the Sermon on the Mount, which Obama stated would be difficult for the Defense Dept to apply. Dobson and his guest got into how the OT laws aren’t for today.