Yet, another prominent conservative wants nothing to do with Rudy:
You just know that the Hillary camp is loving this. And why shouldn't they? In the eyes of the Christian Right, Giuliani is a disgrace. Romney's flip-flops more than John Kerry and come January 2009, McCain will be 72 years old. Frankly speaking, overall the current GOP field looks pretty weak.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Religious conservative leader James Dobson will sit out the 2008 presidential election if former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is the Republican presidential nominee, he wrote Thursday in an online column.
In a piece published on the conservative Web site WorldNetDaily, Dobson wrote that Giuliani's support for abortion rights and civil unions for homosexuals, as well as the former mayor's two divorces, were a deal-breaker for him.
"I cannot, and will not, vote for Rudy Giuliani in 2008. It is an irrevocable decision," he wrote.
"If given a Hobson's -- Dobson's? -- choice between him and Senators Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, I will either cast my ballot for an also-ran -- or if worse comes to worst, not vote in a presidential election for the first time in my adult life. My conscience and my moral convictions will allow me to do nothing else."
Dobson, 71, is the founder and chairman of Colorado-based Focus on the Family, but said he was writing as "a private citizen and not on behalf of any organization or party."
Newt Gingrich? Senator Brownback? Fred Thompson?
The Right needs at least one of you guys to step in and shake things up.