and now you say it's unethical at the very least. That's a pretty wide range. This topic isn't easily addressed, is it?
I don't like abortion very much myself. I agree with you about education, however. Let's try to prevent unwanted pregnancies through good education and expanded access to contraception. But let's leave the decision in the hands of the people who are concerned: the women and their families, not the government, not the church, not the neighbors down the street.
speaking at events all over the country, then that's all the more reason for Obama to pick a minister who ISN"T homophobic to speak at his inauguration. By picking Warren, Obama is lending his seal of approval to such bigotry.
Statement by Rea Carey, Executive Director
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
"President-elect Obama campaigned on a theme of inclusivity, yet the selection of Rick Warren to give the invocation is a direct affront to that very principle. This was a divisive choice, and clearly not one that will help our country come together and heal. We urge President-elect Obama to withdraw his invitation to Rick Warren and instead select a faith leader who embraces fairness, equality and the ideals the president-elect himself has called the nation to uphold."