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Wanted: More homosexual money bundlers who want to be an ambassador

Charlie Butts   (OneNewsNow.com) Friday, June 14, 2013

President Obama seems to be paying back homosexuals for their fundraising support during his 2012 re-election campaign.

The president announced in recent days he is appointing five open homosexuals to ambassador positions around the globe, including an HBO executive and a hedge fund manager. There are already three open homosexuals serving as ambassadors in the Obama administration.

Barber, Matt (Liberty Counsel)Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel says the president is "paying back those who helped fund his re-election campaign, those within the homosexual activist lobby."

LifeSiteNews reported the appointments include HBO executive James Costos, who raised more than $1 million for Obama's re-election. He will be ambassador to Spain.

Hedge fund manager James "Wally" Brewster, another Obama money raiser, has not been assigned an ambassador slot yet.

Others named in recent days are John Berry, the former Office of Personnel Management director who is going to Australia; and Rufus Gifford, who was Obama's fundraising director and who is going to Denmark.

On Monday, the president announced Daniel Baer would be assigned to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, which is based in Vienna.

According to Barber, the appointments suggest the nominees are being appointed based on their sexuality, not because of talents or abilities to perform the job.

"This just shows that the demands of the radical homosexual activist lobby are weaving their way through all of the various departments within the federal government," says Barber. "And that's because they have a tremendous advocate in Barack Hussein Obama."

As he has done since taking office, President Obama proclaimed June as "LGBT Pride Month." ( See related story)

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