Showing up where it counts

I wasn’t going to say anything but Sean Parker (Ministrare) asked first about the merit of the virtual march against global warming.

As a Washingtonian, I’m usually glad when people stay home and keep the subways clear of gawkers. But this is kinda silly and I can’t imagine anyone with pull in this Administration is going to think anything of it. (Perhaps the endorsement/participation of the governor of California will help. Or not.) In 2010, I suspect those who “marched” will be saying, “Oh, we were so hopeful then! I emailed! But what was I thinking!” Of course, by then, I suspect we’ll all be barcode-tatooed and mining coal by hand in a Republic of Gideon Patriot Freedom Re-education Center.

I’m none too impressed when Bill Sinkford manufactures news, but I would have been quite happy if he had been in My Fair City a couple of days ago to participate in a joint action that would have make more of a difference:

Interfaith Leaders Work to End Hunger

(Was he invited?)

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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