Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Local Rule?

If Peter Bronson hates the NCAA's attempts to change college mascots, and thinks of it as a local issue, then I wonder how he feels about a minister and his local church agreeing to have gay weddings and then the national organization of that local church voting to kick that minister out of the church for doing that. How is that different than the NCAA action? Are both wrong or not? Or does it just matter what the big organization is doing? Local control or no local control? This is not a government issue, but the organizations are the
"governing bodies," so the parallels exist. I guess I don't get why Peter Bronson was not outraged when a local Minister was kicked out of his pulpit for doing what the locals wanted.

2 comments:

  1. You can whip Bronson all you want--he is a disgrace to humanity. I can't believe that we have lost almost every Enquirer columnist except for him. When does he go?

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  2. I agree,

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    check it out if something like this interests you.
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    you can log in and check it out for free..

    They just released IPOS for College Hoops this week, so there are alot of good deals there.

    Hope that helps
    -Erik

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