Lassa did not set an appointment and told the Journal Sentinel, "I'm concerned that the bishop would pressure legislators to vote according to the dictates of the church instead of the wishes of their constituents because that is not consistent with our Democratic ideals . . . I appreciate that the bishop has expressed his opinion and I will take that into consideration, but I have to consider what's in the best interest of my constituents . . . But I can't let my religion take precedence over my duties as a legislator."
Translation: Screw you, Bishop. I only use the Catholic schtick when it gets me a vote.
I think that these people should be read out from the Alter, Bell, Book, and Candle, being a conservitive I like tradition.
posted on 12/05/2003 10:55:37 AM PST
by Little Bill
(The Bard of Avon Rules, The Duke of Cambridge was a Mincing Quean.)
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