No, Ken Ham, it’s not. It’s sad to see a “public figure” like yourself preaching hate and homophobia, in response to this story.
It’s not just Ham. Here’s a sampling of the comments on that post:
Wow. These folks should actually be offended. They were selected not for merit, but as props. How nice for the Administration to reduce their identity to their sexuality.
Not just sexual preferences, but to their sins.
America is sending a message “we are a ungodly place” that mocks God
We are not so much a diverse place as we are a sinful place continually rejecting God’s word. Pray for repentance before it is too late for this country.
Just hope the Russians arrest these athletes. If it is illegal and they are there, then they are breaking the law – simple as that
Diversity happens in the sewer. You can’t stop it. Unity in the Truth is the high calling.
We have become a place of tolerance, tolerant to everything but the Truth. GOD is not mocked!
Sickness of soul. Pawns of Satan himself.
Seriously? What does being gay have to do with their athletic prowess? Go as athletes, not athletes with an agenda! And WHY does the FORMER DHS Secretary warrant tagging along? She does in NO WAY represent our country, in any facet, anymore. Send someone that does!
So the homosexuals are going to represent me? Even the communist’s deep in Russia reject homosex. I’d never thought that an atheist like Putin would be standing up for American values!
Obama has to be a closet homosexual. My mother has always said that she believed he was, and now I too have become convinced. I think that the wife and kids was just a cover up to get him elected in politics. Onama is a homosexual.
Now all that is sad.
I don’t think they bothered to read the article. The Obama administration is snubbing the Russian Olympics by not sending any high ranking members of the administration as part of the delegation — the most prominent politican in the group is the former head of Homeland Security — but they are including openly gay athletes, Billie Jean King, Brian Boitano, and Caitlin Cahow as representatives, not competing athletes.