President-elect Barack Obama’s Inaugural Program

Sunday, December 21, 2008

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5 Responses to President-elect Barack Obama’s Inaugural Program

  1. TOM339 says:

    This is a huge lapse in judgment on Obama’s end and I have wonder what further role Rick Warren may serve in the Obama administration?

    If Warren plays a role in policymaking, then I think we need to begin focusing our energies on 2012 and making certain Obama serves only one term.

    Like the rest of you, I’m very annoyed by Obama’s decision to make his inaugural all about Rick Warren. This isn’t change we can believe in.

  2. VicoDANIEL says:

    I have a friend who is a political activist here in New York City.

    From the time Obama won the primary, he said the day would come sometime during Obama’s first term when the left regretted his election.

    I would always ask what made him so certain of this and basically, he said Obama reminded him of Bill Clinton but whereas Clinton had his membership card to Scores in one hand, Obama had a Bible in his hand and as long as you don’t separate the two — religion and politics, you’re going to have a problem.

    Bill Clinton never made it a priority to reach out to the evangelicals in this country. In fact, he largely ignored them. Obama, but contrast, has all but given their cause an office in White House by inviting Rick Warren to give his invocation.

    vicodaniel1987@yahoo.com

  3. DMason says:

    By the way, did you know the PUMA blogs are laughing in our faces over this? All the PUMA websites are chortling about how stupid we are and we’re getting what we deserve. How nice.

  4. Bill Hussein O'Reilly says:

    Ouch! One lesson I’ve learned is never piss off the gays.

    You do so at your own risk.

  5. Joe in Colorado says:

    My wife and I have gone round and round about this. She’s no fan of Obama (she supported Kucinich) and I supported Obama (much to her consternation.) We’ve come to the conclusion the only reason for Obama to play politics with the gay community in such a cynical way is, it makes him appear tough enough to oppose one of his most vocal constituents. The LGBT community should hold him at arms length now. He’s not to be trusted.

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