Here's a good one--some people got voted out of their church because they don't support President Bush. Yes that's absolutely ludicrous, but it's also dumb that the ousted members are suing. What would their case be? ("There should be separation of Church and State. So that's why we'd like the State to force our pastor to resign.")
One comment in the story seemed strange, though. Heidi Jenkins opined, "It's just an outrage for something like this to happen in America." I agree, but wouldn't it be even more outrageous if a pastor in Belgium booted out anyone in his congregation who didn't vote for Bush?!
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