Washington (CNN) -- The United States' delegation to the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia won't include a member of President Barack Obama's family or an active cabinet secretary, but it will include openly gay athletes - a clear jab at Russia's recent anti-gay laws.
You know, with all the constant whining of the homosexualists and their agenda about how "persecuted" they are, I think some good old fashioned REAL persecution might do these people a world of good.
Billie Jean King, the tennis legend, will join figure skater Brian Boitano at the games' opening ceremonies on February 7, the White House said Tuesday.
I would like to see King and Boitano met at the airport, turned around (with force if necessary) and put back on the plane and sent back home. Two can play at this game of trading insults.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, White House aide Rob Nabors and the U.S. ambassador to Russia will round out the delegation to the Sochi games.
King was one of the first professional athletes to come out as gay in the 1980s.
That's fine. You're gay. That's your choice. Good for you. This is not what this is all about and you know it! It's about the militant homosexualists who insist that pro-homosexual literature be taught to children in school, that books promoting "two mommies" or "two daddies" as being just peachy keen and normal be given to kids, and all the other various ways that you are trying to make that which is against nature and nature's God to be proclaimed normal. Putin has had a belly full of this and so have many people in America!!!
Billie Jean King on "my calling" King still fights for tennis equality
What????? Show me where it says in any laws regarding any sport that homosexual athletes cannot compete? Again, be gay and keep it to yourself.
"In the selection of this delegation, we are sending the message that the United States is a diverse place," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Wednesday, pointing to Napolitano, a former cabinet secretary, as evidence of the delegation's distinction.
No, you are showing that America intends to continue bullying other countries to accept immorality as normal. You intend to keep threatening economic sanctions on African countries who do not promote Planned Parenthood and support contraception and abortion. This is degeneracy on steroids and at war with normalcy.
It's the first time in more than a decade the President, Vice President, First Lady or former president hasn't attended an Olympic opening or closing ceremony. First Lady Michelle Obama led the delegation to 2012's Summer Olympics in London, and President George W. Bush made the trek to China for Beijing's games in 2008.
I'm sure Putin is just weepin' in his vodka about it, too!
The absence of high-ranking U.S. officials amounts to a snub to Russia, whose relationship with the United States has fractured over the past year. Admitted NSA leaker Edward Snowden, wanted on espionage charges in the U.S., was granted temporary asylum in Moscow, and Russian President Vladimir Putin has used Russia's veto on the United Nations Security Council to block action in Syria.
Obama has his panties in a wad because someone has actually had the nerve to stand up to his holiness and say "NO! Ain't happening here!" Would to heaven that our congress would grow a set and slap him in handcuffs for his many, repeated, and utterly arrogant violations of the Constitution.
Obama canceled a meeting with Putin that was scheduled for September, though the two met as part of a larger group of world leaders at the Group of 20 conference in St. Petersburg.
Fueling the rift between the nations are new laws in Russia banning gay "propaganda" -- a law critics say is so vague that anyone can be prosecuted for wearing a rainbow T-shirt or holding hands in public with someone of the same sex.
Carney noted on Wednesday the selection of gay athletes wasn't the first time Obama has voiced concern over the Russian policy.
The law is not unclear. Why would anyone want to wear an ugly shirt with a rainbow on it other than to make a point? Go promote somewhere else!
"That's not a message we would wait to send through this manner," Carney said. "We have been very clear -- the president has been very clear that he finds it offensive, the anti-LGBT legislation in Russia."
And a great number of us find our current president to be offensive and an offense to the seat in which he sits and the desk in the Oval Office he puts his feet up on like some country hick in the big city!!!
Obama told Jay Leno in August he had "no patience for countries that try to treat gays or lesbians or transgender persons in ways that intimidate them or are harmful to them," and during his visit to Russia earlier this year, Obama met with the leaders of Russian social activist groups.
Well, too bad, dearie! That cuts both ways. We find it offensive that you continue to push schools to indoctrinate children into accepting abnormal and unnatural behavior as normal. We find it offensive that you are opening the gates of hell with your bare hands to encourage these young souls into eternal perdition. We find it offensive that you have taken the responsibility for our children out of our hands and have legislated parents out of their rightful role.
In short...we find you and everything you stand for highly offensive! So go be offended yourself.