Barney Frank upset over Rick Warren's Invitation by Obama
Barney Frank is the first openly gay person to ever serve in congress. Barney Frank played a key role in the genesis of the sub prime mortgage industry expansion. That's because Barney Franks oversaw Frannie Mae and Freddy Mac. This is a classic "interview" between Bill O' Reily
and Barney Frank on his role in deflecting the warning signs away from Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac.
So now Mr. "There is nothing wrong with Freddy and Fannie" is upset that Obama invited Pastor Rick Warren to deliver the invocation at Obama's inauguration. Not only is Frank mad about Obama's choice but so are many other gay activist groups. To Frank and to other "ragging flamers", they should be more upset with themselves then with Pastor Warren. Liberals hate "true" Christians and other people of faith, because their conservative religious views don't "tolerate" their sinful and moral lifestyles and conduct. They could also be mad with Rick Warren, because they realize that his church of "saddle back" has nothing to do with "broke back mountain part 2". Obama choosing Rick Warren to deliver the invocation should serve as a lesson to liberals that foolishly believe that our country isn't still a conservative to center right country. Obama could have chosen any progressive aka liberal clergy he wanted to deliver the invocation. Now that the election is over, he could have chosen Jeremiah Wright or Otis Moss if he wanted. So why did Obama pick one of the most conservative pastors in the United States to deliver it? Obama knows that this country is center to right in it's ideology and values. That is why Obama and his cult took offense to him being labeled a "socialist". Even former President Bill Clinton understood this. That's why he created the policy of "Don't ask don't tell" instead of pushing for an openly gay policy in regards to gays serving in the military. Now that Obama has been elected, it really doesn't matter what Franks and other gay groups want when it comes to Rick Warren.