One of the most powerful conservative Christian fundamentalist groups in America is Focus on the Family. This group has an impressive organisation, income, media presence and influence (summary). They also have an agenda which has been colourfully described as follows:
Focus on the Family A christian organization based in Colorado Springs that was founded by Dr.James Dobson. … Typical of other large christian organizations based in CS (see also: New Life Church) they mouth the words of peace while teaching hate and intolerance. Dr. Dobson has been featured on various national news programs usually spreading his narrow minded views on (pick one or more) homosexuality, atheism, how satan is real, drug use, pre-marital sex, how the republicans are truly the blessed of god, how democrats are spawn of satan, pro-life, how killing abortion doctors is ok etc. etc. Focus on the family is responsible for pumping millions into republican coffers, doing slander ads against their opponents, all as a “non-profit” company …
Now it's fortunate that the "guest poster", a chap or chappess by the handle of r0b left the hyperlinks in, because if you follow the one on the word "colourfully" you'll find that r0b drew his (we'll make that assumption, for the sake or brevity) quote from a website called Urban Dictionary which goes by the by-line "Urban Dictionary is the slang dictionary you wrote. Define your world.". We found that interesting, so we dug a bit further, and found this on Urban Dictionary's Wikipedia entry:
Urban Dictionary's chief definition of "Urban Dictionary" reads: "A place formerly used to find out about slang, and now a place that teens use as a "burn book" to talk about celebrities, their friends, let out their sexual frustrations, show off their racist/sexist/homophobic/anti-(insert religion here) opinions, troll, and babble about things they know nothing about, etc."
We found that even more interesting!! It seems that r0b is happy to use "a place that teens use as a burn book" as a reputable source of information to slag off an organisation whose views he doesn't agree with. We don't think that that's particularly ethical; in fact it borders on outright hypocrisy. But at least, to his credit, r0b has disclosed his source; even though it delivers a fatal blow to the credibility of his argument!