Friday, May 06, 2005


I'm Telling You, We're The Oppressed Ones!

A Baptist church in North Carolina has kicked out all its members who voted Democrat.

Dear Bill Frist, Jerry Falwell, James Dobson, and everyone else who keeps claiming that they're "oppressed": You now have the right, nay, the duty, to drink a nice tall glass of Shut the Fuck Up. I have no knowledge of any Unitarian church that kicked out its members for suggesting the erection of a Ten Commandments monument in a government building. I know of no Episcopalian church that told members to leave if they opposed Gene Robinson's convocation as bishop (though plenty left on their own). Bring me proof of these instances, and maybe, maybe I can understand your point of view. Until then, kindly stuff it.

UPDATE: Okay, now I'll allow a little more wriggle room. Keyword being "a little." The case involving the Texas Episcopalian church was the diocese telling members of a church that if they didn't agree with an edict, then they had to secede; also this declaration came only after negotiations between the two sides broke down. The case that takes up the brunt of this article is a lone preacher telling people without warning to get out of his church, no matter what their particular beliefs, just because they voted Dem.

This is scary. Really, really frightening. The faction of the Republican party which leans so very, very far to the wrong, is pushing toward government sanctioned mental illness.
Canada, oh, Canada? Ya got room for me?

Yeah. Scary. Hopefully, this will bring the mighty wrath of the IRS down upon the jackholes.

I'm not going to Canada until the day the Democratic Party throws gays out of the party platform. Then I'll know the end has come. And even then, it'll probably be a toss-up between Canada and an underground movement of liberal freedom fighters. Vive la Resistance!
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