actually do not dislike McCain, liked him more before Karl Rove did the dirty tricks thing on him in South Carolina in the "00 race... now I have to question whether he is gay or not, or if his wife is a drug addict. Anyways get down from the pulpit, here is an article from a wright wing authority, Newsmax.. so it has to be wright.. http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover/mccain_dobson_evangelical/2008/05/18/97063.html Sen. John McCain's campaign has so far turned a deaf ear to invitations to meet with politically powerful evangelical leader Dr. James Dobson at his Focus on the Family headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo., raising the possibility that the nation's sizeable evangelical bloc will sit out the presidential race in November. The move would all but assuring the election of Sen. Barack Obama, columnist Robert Novak argues in a recent column. Noting that Dobson has indicated he can't support McCain for president, Novak writes that Dobson's opposition to McCain "reflects continued resistance to the prospective presidential nominee among Christian conservatives who are unhappy with McCain's current positions on stem-cell research, immigration and global warming, not to mention his past sponsorship of campaign-finance reform." But conservatives are surprised that despite the differences between McCain and some key conservatives, he hasn't responded to their olive branches and sought meetings. As a result of their dissatisfaction, Novak reports that many of Dobson's followers "are looking beyond 2008 to seek a new leader of the conservative movement for the 2012 election."