Saturday, February 24, 2007

The irony!

The Washington chapter of the Anglican American Council (from whom we've heard before, rather embarrasingly), has written a letter to the Diocese of Washington requesting that Jim Naughton at the Daily Episcopalian tone down his rhetoric (you tell me, after reading a few of his posts, whether you think his rhetoric is "divisive").

Aside from a series of rather hilarious logical flaws, the letter's most salient characteristic is that it has been published online, as far as I can tell, only by David Virtue, one of the least civil voices from the Anglican right, and the man from whom I first learned the term "homofecalerotic."

Does the AAC in Atlanta support this letter? If so, why didn't they publish it on their own website? If not, are they happy with their branch in Washington publishing on Virtue's site?

Please, AAC-Washington, stop embarrassing yourselves.


Anonymous said...

These people are nuts. "Homofecalerotic"? Hahahahahaha.

In hell he'll be forced to eat his own s---.

Josh Thomas

John B. Chilton said...

Yes, even at titusonenine they say

Virtue is not a luminary, his reporting is consistently incorrect and sometimes embarrassing.