The Anglican archbishop of Wales has something on his mind.
The Anglican church in Wales' leader warned the church has become a place where gay people feel marginalised and women do not have equality with men.
Hmm. Where I live, homosexual Anglicans are about as marginal as a keg at a frat party, and if the women aren't equal, it's because they're all priests. But I haven't been to Wales lately, and maybe things are different there. Besides, what else would a bishop talk about on Easter Sunday?
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Apr. 06, 2007 9:39 AM ET USA
Rather like complaining about the lack of sin in Sodom and Gomorrah or the lack of salinity in sea water. Perhaps his Grace has devised a new literary term, a Morganism, which is when someone complians that a true thing or situation is false. Hmmm? Any literary critics around?