Howard Dean says that his religious faith prompted him to support same-sex unions.
Of course, this is the guy who chose his religious faith on the basis of a dispute over a bicycle path. So a discussion on a bike path formed his faith, and his faith formed his views on same-sex unions.
Seems to me that, in order truly to plumb the depths of this intellect, we'll need to know what forms his views on bicycle paths.
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Posted by: Pseudodionysius -
Jan. 08, 2004 1:48 PM ET USA
Memo to Howard Dean: Both your tires are flat. You're riding on the rims. Such is the fate that befalls a man who's tires are puffed up with himself. Vae Victus.
Posted by: -
Jan. 08, 2004 11:40 AM ET USA
Actually Phil, it comes from the Bible translation Dean used which said quite clearly: "Make straight His bicycle paths..." Dean is not sure if that was in the Old or New Testament or the Apocr-, Apocryph-, er, those other Jewish books...
Posted by: -
Jan. 08, 2004 9:01 AM ET USA
Maybe Mr. Dean shares the religious faith of the good people of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Posted by: dmcc -
Jan. 08, 2004 8:15 AM ET USA
St. Paul had his Damascus Road. Dr. Dean had his Bicycle Path. Father George Rutler