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Dr. Dobson's Broadcast Responds to False Allegations

You don't have to like the man, or even agree with his point of views, but this is to much. This is purely baseless ad-homonym attack. I do not understand how DefCon board and constituents allow this sort of thing to continue.

So, in the spirit of transparency, I am providing here links to Dr. Dobson's radio show. Listen to his response, and get the facts.
Dr. James Dobson, the founder and chairman of Focus on the Family, devotes his national broadcast today to defusing the outrageous claims of the liberal special-interest group Campaign to Defend the Constitution, known as DefCon.

DefCon has attempted to discredit Dr. Dobson by running newspaper and TV ads that try to link him with gambling lobbyist Jack Abramoff -- a connection that does not exist.

On the broadcast Dr. Dobson explains what the smear campaign targeted at him is really all about.

CitizenLink will have a full report in today's Daily Update, including details of a teleconference scheduled for today by DefCon.

To find a local station that carries his program, click

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To read Focus on the Family's point-by-point defense of the false allegations by DefCon, click here:
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