Christian Post blogger Michael Bresciani chided the Obama administration's support for LGBT rights, comparing it to calling a hamburger a hot dog.

Bresciani said he was “disgusted” and “saddened” to see the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv raise the rainbow flag during Pride Month.

“Facebook recently sported a picture of the gay rainbow flag flying alongside the Stars and Stripes outside the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv,” Bresciani wrote. “It is hard to imagine the flag of a minority whose preference is perversion flying next to the very banner of freedom that cost so many Americans their lives to defend, but this is Obama's idea of a righteous war.”

“Obama is no Alexander the Great or Norman Schwarzkopf and his chosen battle is the moral equivalent of sending armies into the backyard barbecues of other nations to insure the rights of hamburgers to be called hot dogs.”

Bresciani went on to compare increasing support for gay rights to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

“Nearly fifty years in prophecy and fully knowing that these days of decline were well prophesied does little to keep the feelings of great disgust and deep sadness from creeping in like the first waters of a great flood. Having been through Hurricane Katrina and losing everything, I know what is left after the flood waters recede. You don’t want to see this!”