By Dan Gilgoff, God & Country
This is something I haven't seen before: the conservative Colorado Springs-based Christian group Focus on the Family praising the Obama White House. Check out this article that's up on CitizenLink, the politics-focused website that Focus sponsors:
The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships hosted adoption leaders from across the country Wednesday to talk about how to better serve the needs of kids in foster care.
Kelly Rosati, adoptive mother of four and senior director of Focus on the Family's Sanctity of Human Life department, was among those in attendance.
"The Obama administration is really listening," she said, "and wanted to know from those on the front lines what could be better done to serve the kids in America's foster care system."
Unfortunately, the president supports placing some of those kids with homosexual couples.
...Focus on the Family anticipates ongoing dialogue with the White House on adoption.
This is literally the first positive message I've seen from Focus about the Obama White House. Even with its dig at Obama's support for gay adoption, it's a significant turnabout from earlier this month, when Focus was bashing Obama for the way he handled the National Day of Prayer.