Gay Bishop To Give Inaugural Prayer: 'Prayers Have Been Too Christian'

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Update: Looks like the prayer didn't make it on HBO. Oh d-d-dear!

After the gay agenda screamed and cried over moderate Rev. Rick Warren's invitation to give the invocation at Obama's swearing in, Obama easily mollified them by inviting gay Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson to pray at a Jan. 18 ceremony.

Much to their delight, the "Christian Bishop" makes it clear that "this will not be a Christian prayer, and I won’t be quoting Scripture or anything like that." He says he is "horrified" at how "specifically and aggressively Christian" past inaugural prayers have been. Rather than scripture or religion, he says he is looking for inspiration from the 12-step program he attended for his alcohol addiction.

If you are wondering how conservatives, or just anyone who isn't a gay activist reacted to this, don't ask the New York Times.


Euripides said...

This inauguration is shaping up to be a real freak fest. I can't wait....

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