Oh me, oh my
Ha, ha. Hee, hee. It's surreal pie.
First, the Church of England comes up with a "Kiss, but don't tell" policy regarding certain sexual unions among its priestly types. That's strange enough. It's ok to have a gay civil partnership, same-same as marriage, just no sex.
At least, they better not admit to it, as they share lives, households and bedrooms.
I have to admit, that's a bit surreal.
Next, the good Archbishop Peter Akinola, aka "The Man Who Would Be Pope," jumps on that, citing the Windsor Report (which has become the right-wing justification for everything, somehow).
Archbish Petey wants to kick the C of E and the Archbishop of Canterbury out of the Anglican Communion, or suspend them at least. Let's see, can we still call it the "Anglican" communion? Surreal.
That's a rather neat and simple way to handle those who disagree with you -- just kick them out.
ECUSA and the Canadians shouldn't have agreed to a suspension, I think.
Well, we'd better keep this all very quiet. What if Prez. Bush gets wind of this -- he'll kick all those pesky Democrats out of Congress! Just a few years' suspension, he'll tell them. They can appear at some [obviously, who else will be left?] Republican-led hearings to explain themselves.
Maybe it isn't so far-fetched or funny after all.