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Obama Taps Rick Warren for Innauguration

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This week Barrack Obama announced that he had selected Rick Warren of California’s Saddleback Mountain Church to give the blessing at his inauguration.  Surprisingly, this simple matter has drawn the ire of the homosexual agenda.  The problem that some people have with the good reverend stem from some comments that his Saddleback Mountain Church has made about homosexuals.

Warren’s has specifically said that as homosexuality is clearly listed as a sin in the Bible homosexuals are not to be allowed at Saddleback Mountain.  This seems extremely fair to me.  They point out the scripture:

“Homosexuality is absolutely forbidden, for it is an enormous sin.” (Lev. 18:22)

They also have been putting intense pressure on the Red Lobster chain of restaurants for similarly violating scripture:

Whatsoever hath no fins nor scales in the waters, that shall be an abomination unto you.”(Lev. 11:12)

The godless agenda of both the homosexuals and of the lobster lobby have united to denounce The Saddleback Mountain Church for their sincere attempts to bring the strictures of Leviticus into the modern world.  This to me is a real shame.  I don’t care how people may turn on Rick Warren and Saddleback Mountain Church, I can’t quit them.


Written by thatsrightnate

December 19, 2008 at 9:34 pm

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  1. Dear Nate, totally off topic: have you taken Emily to the movies to watch Twilight? I saw it yesterday (when it opened in Brazil), and liked it a lot. Not only is it about a father/daughter difficult relationship, but most of the characters are very, very white, and there are no fat people to influence her negatively. Oh, and no sex!


    December 20, 2008 at 10:07 am

  2. Wow, I hadn’t thought about taking her to a vampire movie, but you make it sound very positive.


    December 20, 2008 at 10:13 am

  3. first he’s in that disgusting Saddleback Mountain movie, then this guy rick names a church after it? and now he’s been chosen to give the inaugural invocation?! i hope at least he doesn’t publicly kiss obama on the lips afterwards. yucckk!


    December 20, 2008 at 10:47 am

  4. Wow I didn’t know they made a movie about Saddleback Mountain Church.


    December 20, 2008 at 11:27 am

  5. It was out a few years ago. Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams played a young married couple. The cinematography was exquisite. It showed Dick Cheney’s own private Wyoming the way it really is.


    December 20, 2008 at 11:39 am

  6. sure you do, nate: you alluded to its most famous line of dialogue (“i can’t quit you”) in your last sentence.

    he certainly has put on a lot of weight since then, tho, not to mention the creepy gay goatee.


    December 20, 2008 at 11:43 am

  7. Inviting Rick Warren to speak at the Presidential inauguration is tantamount to inviting O.J. Simpson to speak at a women’s shelter.

    Evan Wolfson guesstimates we will have Federal Marriage Equality in about 30 years (which would almost certainly require equality in employment and the military also).

    So we need to either EMBRACE the fact that most of us over 40 will NOT see Full Federal Equality in our lifetime and remain “patient” as our civil rights crawl to the finish line…- OR – We could begin to TREAT the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT as it treats US.

    Two American Myths:

    * Equal Protection Under the Law (except for gays)
    * Separation of Church & State (except when the law applies to gays or a woman’s womb)

    When Obama invited this “christian” to his speak at his inauguration, he invited a man who believes the Q-community are INFERIOR; “less than”. Let’s quit sugar-coating these turds! Being asked to “respect other’s opinions” doesn’t fly when those “opinions” are harmful lies about an entire segment of the population. Those “opinions” are tantamount to the extremely offensive beliefs and ideas our country once had about “negros” and “wives”, words and ideas that would NEVER FLY TODAY at an inauguration. Words and ideas that would incite riots today.


    December 20, 2008 at 2:33 pm

  8. I agree with the “No More Mr. Nice Gay” strategy. Enough is enough. I don’t know how a country that claims to be so democratic can systematically discriminate gays.


    December 20, 2008 at 7:33 pm

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