I tend to be more interested in great men such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu. "The Jesus I worship is not likely to collaborate with those who vilify and persecute an already oppressed minority [...]. I could not myself keep quiet whilst people were being penalized for something about which they could do nothing, their sexuality. For it is so improbable that any sane, normal person would deliberately choose a lifestyle exposing him or her to so much vilification, opprobrium and physical abuse, even death. To discriminate against our sisters and brothers who are lesbian or gay on grounds of their sexual orientation for me is as totally unacceptable and unjust as Apartheid ever was."
And I would agree to a point. !. Who says Obama is the moral authoritarian? 2. These are taxpayer's money that should be used in US national interests. 3. What about women's rights? 3. Where does this legislation / bribery of dictating morals end?
Finally, I believe in tolerance, I don't care if somebody gay or not. But I don't belive in advocacy of that lifestyle. Two very different things. Let countries like Belize make our own rules.