Caroline Kennedy came out.
The New York Times called civil unions for gays separate but not equal.
Keith Olbermann reported and discussed Warren's bigoted ideas.
Over 2,000 news articles popped up daily (today, for instance) on Google News when you typed in the words "inauguration" and "warren."
And it's a safe bet that the gay marriage issue will be featured in commentary during television coverage of the inauguration on January 20th, particularly right before and after Warren's invocation.
I spent two days last week being very disappointed, like so many others, with Obama's choice. Then on Friday morning, I woke up and thought about all the coverage the community nationwide is getting. It's like Obama handed gay advocates an early Xmas present of widespread media coverage, and the corresponding opportunity to teach and persuade.
When, in the history of the U.S., has a gay issue been so prominently featured in the buildup to a presidential inauguration?
...and this just in... Rick Warren pulls anti-gay language from his Web site.