Little 'g' godman Obama to Speak to largest homosexual-rights group in the nation.

Commentary: The little 'g' godman finds time to curry favor with obnoxious 'gay' groups and to expend enormous amounts of 'carbon footprints' jetting to Europe in order to bring the Olympics to Chicago yet refuses to acknowledge pro-life, traditional values Tea Partiers; turns a blind eye to the plight of our schoolchildren who are being perverted by evil-doers like GLSEN, ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and the NEA; and ignores our military's needs in Afghanistan. What does this say about Obama and Progressives in general?...Linda

Obama's HRC appearance will 'alienate' Americans Allie Martin - OneNewsNow - 10/7/2009 6:00:00 AM

The president of an organization dedicated to exposing the homosexual activist agenda believes President Barack Obama will alienate many Americans when he speaks this weekend at a meeting of the largest homosexual-rights group in the nation.

On Saturday night, Obama will deliver the keynote address at the 13th annual National Dinner in Washington, DC -- an annual event organized by the Human Rights Campaign, the largest homosexual activist group in the United States.

Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, says it is clear President Obama is trying to appease homosexual activists, many of whom have been vocal about their disappointment with the chief executive.

"The problem with having the homosexual lobby as an ally is that they're very loud and obnoxious -- and if they don't get their way immediately, they start carping and complaining," says LaBarbera.

"That's what they've been doing -- they're saying Obama is not moving fast enough," he continues. "But the further and faster Obama moves on the gay agenda, the more he will alienate mainstream and middle-of-the-road Americans."

LaBarbera points out that HRC has "Bible studies" online that claim homosexuality is not sinful. Among those studies is one HRC says is designed to train individuals to "move people of faith and congregations from acceptance to public advocacy."