What's wrong with you guys? Huh? Why did you recommend this diary, claiming that some staffer in Ken Salazar's office just told some schmoe on the phone that he sold his vote to James Dobson?
There are a few people on that list I know and respect, and I'll assume they just weren't thinking. We all do it sometimes. Buy why are so many people recommended that diary, on the flimsiest of evidence, to make the most extraordinary of claims? Exercise some sceptism, please!
The majority of comments on that thread are rightfully sceptical of the diarists' unsupported claims. It also seems quite dubious that this diarist has only written two diaries, and they're both about James Dobson. What are the chances that someone who wrote about James Dobson would be the only person to report that Ken Salazar's staff is telling unidentified callers that he's sold out to James Dobson, with whom he's had a very public and heated dispute?
Geeze, people, let's not be gullible!
The list above will change, because surely some people on that list will unrecommend (while others will, unfortunately, add their names to the list). Because someone's name is listed above does not mean they stuck by their initial decision to recommend.