Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Bishop Rayford Got Himself High.

A fierce storm has blown in from the north. Rain, mixed with hail, rattles off the house like so much wind-driven shrapnel. My dog doesn't care, he seems to find it comforting.

In the meanwhile, the Episcopal Church refuses to accept that it lost in Texas and seems set to pursue its losing strategy in the courts. 

Here's the oddly named bishop High:

“We are disappointed with this decision but quite hopeful for the future. This sacred property was built up over 170 years in this part of Texas by generations of Episcopalians for the use of The Episcopal Church so it will be available for use by generations of Episcopalians to come as they do the work of the Church."

This sacred property? Which is part of some holy trust, kept by the Episcopal Church for whom? Moloch? Bishop High, you've made one too many trips to the meth lab. 

In the meanwhile, TEC, like the old pop song, keeps coming on, even though they don't have a case. Bankrupt your opponents? Well that's one strategy. If you're High.

Carry on,



jenny said...

Oh heavens. Won't they stop???
And while they're at it, discontinue the line of sleeveless clergy shirts?

Well, they might bankrupt their opponents financially, but moral bankruptcy is self-inflicted.

LL said...

I wish that I was their lawyer. (cha-ching)

Insanity consists of doing the same thing over and over again in the hopes of a different outcome.

underground pewster said...

Sounds like he has been snorting the party line.

LSP said...

Jenny, I couldn't agree more.

LSP said...

David Booth Beers is laughing all the way to the bank, LL.

LSP said...

Looks that way, Pewster...