Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s 90-year-old president has challenged President Barack Obama by asking his hand in his weekly radio interview with Zimbabwe’s national radio on Saturday.Zi
“I’ve just concluded since President Obama endorses the same-sex marriage, advocates homosexual people and enjoys an attractive countenance thus if it becomes necessary , I shall travel to Washington, D.C. , get down on my knee , and ask his [Obama’s] hand,” said Mugabe deriding U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling making same-sex Marriage a Right Nationwide.
“I can’t understand how this people dare to defy Christ’s explicit orders as our Lord prohibited mankind from sodomy,” said the old recalcitrant Zimbabwean leader in an interview with ZBC radio station, adding, the American Government is run by pervert, Satan-worshipers who insults the Great American nation.
The American tradition and heritage was based on lofty Christian principles, added Mr. Mugabe, but to the detriment of this great nation, America’s corrupt political elite is acting according to their diabolic whims.
Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage, the first ever from a sitting president, came amid growing pressure for the president to clarify his previously muddled opinion, as two senior members of his administration announced personal support for gay marriage and a day after voters in North Carolina approved a state constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
The statement brought an immediate reaction from his prospective opponent at home as well.
“My view is that marriage itself is a relationship between a man and a woman, and that’s my own preference,” Mitt Romney said at a brief news conference in Oklahoma City after Obama’s remarks were released. “I know other people have differing views — this is a very tender and sensitive topic, as are many social issues. But I have the same view that I’ve had since running for office. I shall end this mockery.”
Romney backs a federal constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and was opposed to the Massachusetts state court decision legalizing gay marriage issued while he was governor.