Ed Team

Rick Warren has gay friends

Filed By Ed Team | December 17, 2008 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: gay friends, rick warren

"I have many gay friends, I've eaten dinner in gay homes, no church has probably done more for people with AIDS than Saddleback Church. Kay and I have given millions of dollars out of "A Purpose-Driven Life" helping people who got AIDS through gay relationships. So they can't accuse me of homophobia. I just don't beleive in the re-definition of marriage."

--Homophobic Pastor Rick Warren on his gay friends


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I can haz gay home?

Are gay homes all decorated instead of the people still trying to figure out where the hell they put the Xmas tree ornaments?

I find it interesting how all the biggest homophobes have to tell you about all of their gay friends right after they eradicate your rights and rip your heart out. People like Rick Warren make me want to puke.

Just once I'd like to have one of the gay friends of these homophobia deniers come onto a website and tell us how good the guy really is.

**heavy sigh**

I don't have the strength today.

I'd personnaly like the Christians to STOP loving me, and approving of me, and instead, give me my FUCKING RIGHTS.

No wonder Obama felt relaxed speaking Warrens cult center deep in palest Orange County. Obama went there to buttress his election chances by explicitly reproaching our right to same sex marriage before yet another adoring crowd of christer bigots.

When he repeated his anti-GLBT hymn "god's in the mix" bigots across California got the message loud and clear. He told them it was OK to vote their bigotry and for Prop. 8. Of course gods don’t exist but politics does and Yes on 8 pulled out all the stops quoting Obama’s bigotry and the bigots came out in droves.

We got treated to another look at the undercarriage of the bigot bus and another bigoted Democrat ‘friend’ got elected. So what else is new?

With Democrats like these who needs Republicans.