Catholic Bishop : Obama's Gay Ambassadorial Nominee 'Will Have to leave

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  1. Revmitchell

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    President Barack Obama’s openly gay ambassadorial nominee to the Dominican Republic, James “Wally” Brewster,” faces strong opposition from the conservative and largely Catholic island nation, where Bishop Pablo Cedano says if Brewster becomes the U.S. ambassador, “he is going to suffer and will have to leave.”

    On Monday, Catholic, evangelical, and other opponents in the Dominican Republic organized and took part in what were billed as “Black Monday” protests, whereby participants donned black clothing and set black decorations on cars and buildings to protest the nomination of Brewster, who is a long-time homosexual activist and fundraiser for the Democratic Party and President Obama.

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    Good...its about time someone handed BO his hat & told him to not let the door hit him on theway out.
     
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    He wanted to fundamentally transform this nation. Now it appears he wants to transform the world. Looks like Obama's agenda is falling flat outside the US. Maybe conservatives in America are right after all? :laugh:
     
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    Wow, that will come as a shock to the liberal troops! :thumbsup:
     

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