As Barack Obama broadens his outreach to evangelical voters, one of the movement's biggest names, James Dobson, is accusing the likely Democratic presidential nominee of distorting the Bible and pushing a "fruitcake interpretation" of the Constitution.
Tom Minnery, senior vice president for government and public policy at Focus on the Family, said the criticism, which aired Tuesday on Dobson's Focus on the Family radio program, comes shortly after an Obama aide suggested a meeting at the organization's headquarters.
It was in response to Obama's 2006 Call to Renewal speech in which the Senator shared his views on the role of religion in government. Obama mentioned Dobson in the speech.
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