Wednesday, July 1, 2009

'No truth' in Obama's speech before homosexuals

A couple of stories from OneNewsNow.

The first one about speaking out as Ken Hutcherson, former NFL Linebacker and Senior Pastor of Atioch Bible Church in Washington State says:

" is "a shame" that the president is "supporting what destroys the family...."There's absolutely no truth in anything he said, from beginning to the end," ..."(T)here is no such thing as [a] biblical stance for homosexuality, if you use the Bible."

In his talk, Obama acknowledged that many Americans still disapprove of homosexuality. "There are still fellow citizens, perhaps neighbors or even family members and loved ones, who still hold fast to worn arguments and old attitudes," he stated. (See related article) Hutcherson says those comments demonstrate the president has contempt for more than just conservative Christians.

The second article is about the silence of Duke University. A good post on this can be found over at Self Evident Truths.
Mike Adams a professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, wonders where the outrage is concerning Duke's homosexual rape/abuse case is?

Frank Lombard, associate director of Duke University's Center for Health Policy, has been accused of molesting his adopted five-year-old African-American son and offering him up for sex with strangers on the Internet. Lombard's homosexual partner, who resides in the same house with Lombard, was allegedly unaware of the activities.

In the infamous Duke lacrosse team rape case more than 80 university officials and professors signed a statement accusing the players of racism. Adams wonders where those professors are now in this new rape case at the university.

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