Two or three years ago, the President said he was still “evolving” in his position on gay marriage. Note: he said at the time, and I agree, that all people deserve treatment with dignity. That is not at issue in the gay marriage discussion. I can disagree with gay marriage and still believe that my gay friends deserve equal rights in every other area and to be treated with dignity.
However, now that the president’s position has evolved into support for gay marriage, you must support it in order to pray at the inauguration, as Louis Giglio found out this week when his invitation to pray was rescinded.
Here is the alternative list, from the secular blogs mostly, of who might end up praying at the inauguration.
Note: this is not the Democratic National Convention we are talking about. It is our country’s presidential inauguration. That means it could be used as an opportunity to unify us as a people. Or maybe not . . .