26 March 2009

Your Honor Reverend Mother.

Now that The Messiah is calling the shots, I guess we don't need that "seperation of church and state" thing anymore:
Emily C. Hewitt, one of the first women ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church, was named March 23 by President Barack Obama to be the chief judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
Not to worry, dear readers - she is an Episcopalian; which means she likely doesn't beleive in all that God/Savior twaddle anyway.

And what better person to put in as chief judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims than someone who ignores the rules when it suits her:
Hewitt was a leader of the effort to open Episcopal Church priestly ordination to women. She was one of the first 11 women ordained to the priesthood on July 29, 1974, before the church's canons allowed women to be priests.(emphasis mine.)

1 comment:

Dr. Dave said...

Rules? They were for past-presidents, or shall I say ex-presidents.

I am the Supreme Being of America, and what I say goes...foshizzel! And donchu foget it!

Ummm...btw...is my teleprompter on?