Aside from whether or not
you think it's an insult to entertain a notorious bigot at the television event of the year, why isn't Obama worrying more about Warren's charlatan-tastic profile?
If I was an underwriter, I'd say this guy has all the "tells" of a big risk.
Deja vu: major Fundie evangelist can't stop talking about how disgusting gay people are, comparing them to incestors and pedophiles. Decries loose women having abortions. Demands his enemies be offed. Then caps it all off with how much he "loves" everybody. Send your check now!
Warren has all the earmarks we saw with Ted Haggard, Larry Craig, Bob Allen, David "DiaperPants" Vitter, et al. It's a bad rerun.
If this dude isn't found in a bathroom with a wide stance and a hooker in the next year, someone's not doing their job. Paging Jeff Gannon!
I have a different pastor for Obama to consider, if he'd like to take a second look...
(Photo: Screen capture from video of a Saddleback church service Orange County Register)
Here's a video of Obama defending his invitation.
Here's a video of Rick Warren Campaigning for Prop 8, to stop gay marriage.
(Susie Bright is a guest blogger)
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