What is this, the Hardy Boys? Maybe he's a CIA agent and you're blowing his cover.
Whatever gillsans. This is important because Hutcherson is not only making common cause with a far-right church in another country, he's trying to make inroads among Slavic churches in Washington state to support his hate initiatives. See
Seattle Times Jan . 27, 2007.
Then there's the whole matter of the "Pink Swastika" guy. Maybe the traditional media will be a little more circumspect about giving Hutcherson the free media he needs to advance his agenda.
Nice work Eli.
Is it a little incriminating to name that MP3 "Hutch in Hot Water?" Postman changed his snarky headline yesterday for similar reasons ...
Frederick R: We just changed it.
Yeah the Slavic churches have done some real scaremongering down in Sacramento.
BTW, if you think these churches are that far off, review Eli's article from a while back:
nail this bastard.
Good for him. At least he's standing up for what's right.
Kenneth Hutcherson answered the question with a remarkable statement, ‘Public morals should be protected by the national constitution. Now that requires a hard work on the part of the religious leaders as the basic law should conform to the opinion of the majority. I was excited to see a sincere desire on the part of the ministers to join their efforts in the face of the homosexual threat’.
Trying to do there what he can't do here.
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