An anti-bullying video message from President Barack Obama is symbolic, the founder of the "It Gets Better" project said Friday, but the president "has the power to do more."Of course it's another bone to throw at white liberals (esp. in light of the Justice Dept. appealing and getting DADT turned back to its original state this week) who continue to whine about how much Barry supposedly hasn't done enough for homosexual lifestyle "rights", because he can't seriously equate bullying with gay suicides, right? Funny too how CNN quotes Dan Savage, a man whose accused conservatives of trying to get Obama killed, much less displays anti-Christian bigotry on the regular when he guests on MSNBC.
"The administration does say all the right things, but we don't see the action to back up these words," Dan Savage told CNN's "American Morning."
Obama taped the message in the wake of several recent suicides by young people who were being bullied or taunted for being gay. The White House released the video, which appears on the website itgetsbetterproject.com, late Thursday night.
"We've got to dispel this myth that bullying is just a normal rite of passage, that it's some inevitable part of growing up. It's not," Obama says.