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Dobson Tries To Defend His Nazi-Stem Cell Comparison

In honor of "Just Us Sunday II" On H&C last week, Dobson came on the show so that he could clarify his remarks, or rather say he was misquoted ag

In honor of "Just Us Sunday II"

On H&C last week, Dobson came on the show so that he could clarify his remarks, or rather say he was misquoted again. Oh and "I didn't say that."

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Dobson: You know, the thing that means so much to me here on this issue [embryonic stem cell research] is that people talk about the potential for good that can come from destroying these little embryos and how we might be able to solve the problem of juvenile diabetes. There's no indication yet that they're gonna do that, but people say that, or spinal cord injuries or such things. But I have to ask this question: In World War II, the Nazis experimented on human beings in horrible ways in the concentration camps, and I imagine, if you wanted to take the time to read about it, there would have been some discoveries there that benefited mankind....

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Hannity does his best in the beginning of his questions to coach him but that's always an indication that Dobson didn't do so well.

Hannity: I'm pro-life , you're pro-life...

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