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(Politico)   In a move that should anger no one, the National Cathedral announces plans to perform same-sex weddings   (politico.com) divider line 82
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2013-01-09 01:59:33 PM
Thus far I haven't received the fundraising e-mail expressing fake outrage over this from extremist right wing organizations yet.  They must be out for an early lunch.
 
2013-01-09 01:59:48 PM
It certainly won't anger anyone whose opinions I care about.
 
2013-01-09 02:00:59 PM
Yeah, Priests should be able to marry too.
 
2013-01-09 02:01:09 PM
I was under the impression that the National Cathedral was inanimate and just stood around did evil Obama animate it?
 
2013-01-09 02:02:26 PM
wait i thought everyone was now cool with gay weddings except that AFA whackjob group, as of the day after the election. with the GOP decrying obama's white cabinet, surely the right will claim "ABOUT TIME"
 
2013-01-09 02:02:50 PM
grammyslove.files.wordpress.com

Thanks a lot, gaytards.
 
2013-01-09 02:03:01 PM
i'mokaywiththis.gif
 
2013-01-09 02:04:26 PM

probesport: Yeah, Priests should be able to marry too.


In that church, they can.
 
2013-01-09 02:06:42 PM
probesport

Yeah, Priests should be able to marry too, if it will help to keep them from farking little boys in the ass.

FTFY
 
2013-01-09 02:07:03 PM
Booyeah!

/Episcopal
//one of my bishops is gay, but a celibate monk
///haven't thought about that too much
 
2013-01-09 02:07:32 PM
Me, I couldn't give a flying buttress. What difference does it make whether they like to take it up the apse? Let them get married; anyone who pewkes all over their special day is worse than a nave.
 
2013-01-09 02:08:05 PM
Churches shouldn't be required to provide or deny services which are against their faith!

*Unaffiliated church starts providing gay marriages*

Why won't the government stop these churches from performing these services!
 
2013-01-09 02:08:12 PM
When churches can no longer tell people how to run their lives there will be no point in churches.
 
2013-01-09 02:08:24 PM

thorthor: probesport

Yeah, Priests should be able to marry too, if it will help to keep them from farking little boys in the ass.

FTFY


Yeah you missed it.
 
2013-01-09 02:08:39 PM
"For us to be able to say we embrace same-sex marriage as a tool for faithful people to live their lives as Christian people "

Damn that alone will piss off a lot Farkers here.
 
2013-01-09 02:09:53 PM
Subby is 100% correct - this should anger no one.

The government isn't forcing anyone to do anything. The Episcopal church has decide to expand their marriage rite to include same-sex couples.

So either everyone is okay with this, or the religious-right now wants the government to police religion.
 
2013-01-09 02:10:43 PM

thorthor: probesport

Yeah, Priests should be able to marry too, if it will help to keep them from farking little boys in the ass.

FTFY


Funny ! You have any Newtown jokes to share .
 
2013-01-09 02:11:02 PM
Elton John will perform "Penis In The Wind".
 
2013-01-09 02:11:35 PM
www.nationalcathedral.org

"Luke. I am your husband."
 
2013-01-09 02:12:02 PM

Dr.Mxyzptlk.: "For us to be able to say we embrace same-sex marriage as a tool for faithful people to live their lives as Christian people "

Damn that alone will piss off a lot Farkers here.


Not really.

If they want to live as Christian people, go for it. We could use some Christians that focus on the helping the poor and downtrodden instead of this stupid culture war.

It's when they start trying to use their faith to deny others rights on the basis of "Because God says so" that gets people pissed.
 
2013-01-09 02:12:11 PM

trippdogg: So either everyone is okay with this, or the religious-right now wants the government to police religion.


Of course they want the government to police religion. That's what DOMA is all about.
 
2013-01-09 02:12:15 PM

mercator_psi: Me, I couldn't give a flying buttress. What difference does it make whether they like to take it up the apse? Let them get married; anyone who pewkes all over their special day is worse than a nave.


I giggled.
 
2013-01-09 02:12:46 PM

Cheron: I was under the impression that the National Cathedral was inanimate and just stood around did evil Obama animate it?


It's a corporate person.
 
2013-01-09 02:12:55 PM

trippdogg: Subby is 100% correct - this should anger no one.


farm4.static.flickr.com

well, except for Darth Vader because he hates everything
 
2013-01-09 02:12:56 PM
THIS is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius!
The Age of Aquarius!
Ah-Quar-REE-US!
Ah-Quar-REE-US!

Ah-Quar-REE-US!
Ah-Quar-REE-US!


/now you'll have THAT playing in your head all day
//you're welcome
 
2013-01-09 02:14:17 PM

mercator_psi: Me, I couldn't give a flying buttress. What difference does it make whether they like to take it up the apse? Let them get married; anyone who pewkes all over their special day is worse than a nave.


Their rectory is their business.
 
2013-01-09 02:14:36 PM
Just to point out an additional item, the head of the Episcopal Church in the US has a PhD in oceanography and is married (and has one child).

Link
/also pro-choice and supported the birth control mandate
 
2013-01-09 02:15:31 PM
I'm waiting for the AFA or some other member of the derposphere to profile a conservative bride or groom who biatched and complained about how they couldn't get married on a certain day because that particular day the church was performing a gay wedding.

Then, just by chance and the sheer coincidence, the straight bride or groom ended up being killed in a car crash before their rescheduled wedding was set to take place thus being the only example in history where a gay marriage "threatened" a straight marriage.

You know someone is gonna try to force that connection. Might not be AFA, might be WND
 
2013-01-09 02:17:39 PM
FTFA: "I read the Bible as seriously as fundamentalists do," Hall told the AP. "And my reading of the Bible leads me to want to do this because I think it's being faithful to the kind of community that Jesus would have us be."

Wow. That's actually.. not a bad thing.
 
2013-01-09 02:19:32 PM
When I talk to a man of the cloth, I'm always wondering what's behind that thin layer of gaberdine and what he does with it when the curtain to the holiest of holies is parted.
 
2013-01-09 02:23:03 PM

blindio: FTFA: "I read the Bible as seriously as fundamentalists do," Hall told the AP. "And my reading of the Bible leads me to want to do this because I think it's being faithful to the kind of community that Jesus would have us be."

Wow. That's actually.. not a bad thing.


It's rather refreshing to see a Christian, who actually understands the main points of the New Testament.
 
2013-01-09 02:25:10 PM

keylock71: blindio: FTFA: "I read the Bible as seriously as fundamentalists do," Hall told the AP. "And my reading of the Bible leads me to want to do this because I think it's being faithful to the kind of community that Jesus would have us be."

Wow. That's actually.. not a bad thing.

It's rather refreshing to see a Christian, who actually understands the main points of the New Testament.


Refreshing, and rare.
 
2013-01-09 02:26:08 PM
cool Episcopalians!
 
2013-01-09 02:26:23 PM

keylock71: blindio: FTFA: "I read the Bible as seriously as fundamentalists do," Hall told the AP. "And my reading of the Bible leads me to want to do this because I think it's being faithful to the kind of community that Jesus would have us be."

Wow. That's actually.. not a bad thing.

It's rather refreshing to see a Christian, who actually understands the main points of the New Testament.


We exist. Usually, we're too farking embarrassed by 70% of the rest of Christianity.
 
2013-01-09 02:27:07 PM

thurstonxhowell: It certainly won't anger anyone whose opinions I care about.


/thread
 
2013-01-09 02:31:18 PM
I'm sick and tired of all this politically-correct BS.
 
2013-01-09 02:31:49 PM

enry: Booyeah!

/Episcopal
//one of my bishops is gay, but a celibate monk


Celibate gay. Isn't that whatever the opposite of redundant is?
 
2013-01-09 02:31:52 PM
I just got into huge trouble at work and I'm pretty sure I'm getting fired here today because of standing up for the marriage of an openly gay coworker who just got engaged.

He (we'll call him Mark) is a very out gay engineer in my department, and is a friend of mine. Over lunch he told me he wasn't going to tell anyone else about his engagement to a well known local architect, but the ancient busybody HR lady eavesdropped on Mark planning with his fiancee and spread it around the office like wildfire. During our company meeting I stood up and said it was no business of anybody's what gender Mark's fiancee was and we should be happy for him embarking on a new life as a legally married husband.

I was apparently a minority of one because everyone totally laid into me and said that what he was doing was wrong, was a mockery of loving marriage, etc., and I lost it and began screaming at them that just because his fiancee happens to be female doesn't mean Mark is doing the wrong thing.

Then for some reason I still can't explain I threw out a really horrible misogynist/racist epithet at my boss' wife, and she threw icewater in my face.
Then after a long silence Mark told me he didn't want my kind of help.

Et tu Mark?
 
2013-01-09 02:32:44 PM
And now the African Anglicans will get all protesty again and really conservative churches in the US will flee to the Diocese of Nigeria.
 
2013-01-09 02:33:41 PM
I'm Ok with this.
 
2013-01-09 02:33:47 PM

mercator_psi: Me, I couldn't give a flying buttress. What difference does it make whether they like to take it up the apse? Let them get married; anyone who pewkes all over their special day is worse than a nave.


I was trying to architect a response but I misplaced the transcept. It is nice they could find sanctuary for an altarnative lifeaisle.
 
2013-01-09 02:34:34 PM

Snort: And now the African Anglicans will get all protesty again and really conservative churches in the US will flee to the Diocese of Nigeria.


...but will they eat da poo-poo?
 
2013-01-09 02:39:03 PM

thorthor: Yeah, Priests should be able to marry too, if it will help to keep them from farking little boys in the ass.


Wrong church. These guys are Episcopalian, not Roman Catholic priests. In the west they're protestants, priests can marry, be women, be openly gay. There is a bit of a schism going on at the moment, between the liberal west and the Global South though.

The problem, incidentally, with the Roman Catholic Church is not that their priests are necessarily inherently more rapey than religious leaders of other faiths. I think that there have been studies showing that the incidences of abuse in other faiths are proportionate. The problem is that the hierarchy protected these evil men, silenced their victims with threats of hell and moved the offenders to new parishes without warning the parishioners, enabling further abuse.
 
2013-01-09 02:39:13 PM
It's a lovely church. And none of the great cathedrals of Europe can boast of having a moon rock in one of their stained glass windows.
 
2013-01-09 02:49:26 PM

MorePeasPlease: I lost it and began screaming at them that just because his fiancee happens to be female doesn't mean Mark is doing the wrong thing.

Then for some reason I still can't explain I threw out a really horrible misogynist/racist epithet at my boss' wife, and she threw icewater in my face.


Yeah. It ain't looking good.
 
2013-01-09 02:52:01 PM

ko_kyi: MorePeasPlease: I lost it and began screaming at them that just because his fiancee happens to be female doesn't mean Mark is doing the wrong thing.

Then for some reason I still can't explain I threw out a really horrible misogynist/racist epithet at my boss' wife, and she threw icewater in my face.

Yeah. It ain't looking good.


You had me until this last part.

Good God, I'd start updating your resume.

/Subby
 
2013-01-09 02:55:16 PM

MorePeasPlease: Then for some reason I still can't explain I threw out a really horrible misogynist/racist epithet at my boss' wife, and she threw icewater in my face.
Then after a long silence Mark told me he didn't want my kind of help.

Et tu Mark?


If this isn't copypasta, I'd suggest going into orders for the rest of your life in some remote monastery in the Andes.
 
2013-01-09 02:58:26 PM
WBC to protest in 3-2-1...
 
2013-01-09 03:03:39 PM
You people don't get it

I'm against it because I'm trying to SAVE teh gheys from marriage


I joke
go, be happy today

be miserable for decades
 
2013-01-09 03:11:04 PM
I'm thinking freeperville will be all over the place with this one. The national disgrace of the fouling of our National Cathedral?  The behind the scenes influence of evil Obama? Episcopalians are devil worshipping blasphemers? The old standard 'damn the gheys'?

*Dons fire resistant suit and traipses off to the dark side*
 
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