Karl Rove called him “nuts.”

Former U.S. House Majority Leader Dick Armey called him a threat to religious liberty.

And evangelical voters and Baptist leaders are deserting him.

So whom does the desperate James Dobson seek for support?

The nation’s leading potty-mouthed priestess of political correctness, Ann Coulter.

Coulter will appear twice — Oct. 23 and Oct. 24 — on Focus on the Family’s daily radio program. Coulter accuses liberal and libertarian people of faith of godlessness for seeking to keep partisan and sectarian religious biases out of government.

According to Talk to Action:

What the vicious and vindictive Coulter has to contribute about family values or raising children is anybody’s guess, but it does confirm that James Dobson, just like the rest of the religious right, will do anything to help keep the Republicans in power this November.

Coulter is the antithesis of the values Dobson professes to believe in, and engages in all the actions he regularly decries “liberals” of engaging in, but obviously he now has no trouble in selling his soul to the Republican party, lock, stock, and two smoking barrels.

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