• Obama Team Apologizes for Getting Caught Hiding Gay Guy

    Okay, okay, okay. Maybe we'll let people hear what the gay guy had to say after all.

    Jeeze, you people don't miss a trick!

    The officials who planned Sunday's inaugural music celebration, We Are One, have apologized for a error that resulted in excluding the invocation by openly gay Episcopal bishop, the Rev. Gene Robinson, from the televised portion of the program. They also say the bishop's prayer may be broadcast on the big screens before Tuesday's inauguration program begins…

    There is talk that Robinson's invocation will be shown early tomorrow and the inauguration committee may post video of his prayer on its channel within the video-sharing Web site YouTube. But the committee has not yet confirmed that to me.

    "May be broadcast on the big screens before Tuesday's inauguration"? You mean… you mean… you mean… where people could actually see and hear him?

    Aw… That'd be might straight of them.

    (via Towleroad)


    Tags: Barack Obama, Christianity, Gene Robinson, Inauguration, LGBT

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