Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Another case of abusive homosexuals

California is not alone:
"An aide to the Archbishop of Canterbury has been sacked after writing an insult to a senior bishop into an official document. The Lambeth Palace staff member made an offensive reference to the Bishop of Rochester, the Right Reverend Michael Nazir-Ali, who has been at odds with the Archbishop over the issue of homosexuality. The document in the affair, a list of candidates for job vacancies, included a reference to 'the a***hole Bishop of Rochester'. It was copied to all 43 of the Church of England's diocesan bishops and to Downing Street. The rogue word was noticed only after the paper had been circulated.

A Church of England spokesman yesterday confirmed the Lambeth Palace aide responsible had been sacked. He said: 'When this came to light there was an immediate investigation. The person responsible admitted to it and was summarily dismissed.' The culprit is widely assumed to have been someone who sympathises with the Church of England's gay lobby. The Church has declined to name him or her.


Abuse them and it is homophobia. So is this heterophobia?


Anonymous said...

The source doesn't say the person was actually a homosexual only a sympathizer, which isn't necessarily the same thing.

Anonymous said...

You're right. A sympathizer would be a queer-in-waiting.

Anonymous said...

Is the Archbishop of Canterbury a closet fruit?

Or is he just a straight Liberal a**hole?

Anonymous said...

Anon #1: No, they are not necessarily the same, but sympathy can lead to tolerance which can lead to legislation which can lead to rights incorrectly being given.