First thanks for the refreshing honest conversation.
Second with what you said about an entertainer stepping out of bounds, what I find confusing is that it wasn’t like DD people came out and said they were for gay marriage. They simply attended the correspondence dinner on behalf of CBN no less. They didn’t take a stand, all they did was attend a function he was at. For all we know they decided to go and talk about their beliefs and see if they could help change any minds. That’s the troubling part to me.
You're very welcome. I'd much rather talk than argue any day :-)
...what you said about an entertainer stepping out of bounds, what I find confusing is that it wasnt like DD people came out and said they were for gay marriage.
Well, it really wasn't a 'gay rights' event, so I never had any thought about that aspect of it anyway.
In my opinion, the very fact that the Robertsons, who are now known to be (more or less) right-leaning, Christian people, would even think of attending a dinner at a White House occupied by a man who is the polar opposite of the things (I think) they believe in, was kind of stunning.
As to their motivations for attending, I can't assign one at all. I wouldn't know what their reasoning was unless they made a statement of some sort, and I haven't seen one. It's a bit of a mystery to me.
Even more-so, given the fact that most of their fans can't stand Obama.