The Parse

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Obama can’t get Frank to put aside his bigotry

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Barney Frank thinks BHO is too confident in his ability to unify.

“Oh, I believe that he overestimates his ability to get people to put aside fundamental differences,” Rep. Frank said, blasting Obama for inviting pro-heterosexuality pastor Rick Warren to speak at the coronation of Good King Barack.

For once, Frank is right about something.  Clearly, Obama’s invitation to Warren has done nothing to get rabid anti-religion homosexual zealots to lay down their vitriol and rage, if even for one day while their savior is sworn in.

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Written by The Parse

December 22, 2008 at 7:44 pm

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  1. Pro-spiritual Gays are only anti-religion in that people like Rick Warren use religion as a divisive tool for hate and bigotry.

    Obama is not the Gays’ “savior.” How easy to couch him as that for you. He was merely the right candidate at the right time. And because it’s a democracy with free speech, the Gays choose to exercise that right. You have a problem with the Constitution? You prefer fascism like the last 8 years?

    Bruce

    December 22, 2008 at 8:18 pm

  2. Warren is not using religion as a “divisive tool for hate and bigotry.” How easy to couch him as that for you. He is merely exercising his freedom of religion and preaching the Bible. You have a problem with the Constitution? You prefer fascism like the next 8 years? (Well, let’s hope 4.)

    lfmd

    December 22, 2008 at 9:16 pm


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