By David W. Virtue
A decision by the United States Supreme Court to block the broadcast of opening arguments in the Prop 8 trial has Episcopal pansexualists, particularly Susan Russell (the Rev.), a senior associate Associate at All Saints Church, Pasadena, in a lather. She is positively apoplectic over charges that witnesses who oppose marriage equality could be victims of harassment and intimidation.
Really. No group has been more damning, hateful, pushy and argumentative than The Episcopal Church's unofficial pansexual organization Integrity. They, along with their British counterpart, Changing Attitude, have taken to bashing the Archbishop of Canterbury over allegations that he flip-flopped on Uganda legislation that could see homosexuals put to death for knowingly transmitting the HIV/AIDS. He later condemned the legislation.
Now we return to Proposition 8, which overturned a state Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex couples to marry back in November 2008. This federal trial is over the constitutionality of Proposition 8 which bans same sex couples from being married.