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online rally to restore Anglican sanity and/or comprehensiveness

I was disappointed not to be able to attend Jon Stewart's and Stephen Colbert's Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear in Washington, D.C. last week, so please indulge me:

Let's have an online Rally to Restore Anglican Sanity and/or Comprehensiveness!

The person who submits the best slogans for a rally sign will see their creations available for sale in the SarahLaughed Cafe Press store to benefit the Haiti Solidarity Initiative! Woo hoo!

I'll start with some Stewart-inspired possibilities:

  • You annoy me, but I'm pretty sure you're not Satan
  • Our disagreement doesn't make you a heretic
  • I break (bread) for conservatives [over a rainbow flag?]
  • I break (bread) for LGBT people [over a conservative logo of some kind]
  • I'm only marching out of the convention to go to the pub
  • It's mission, not fission [that may be too obscure, or too annoying for physicists]
  • The person who advocates schism says "I'm an asshat" twice [for irreverent Augustine fans]
  • Bored with belligerence

OK, people -- go wild! What banner would you wave?

November 1, 2010 in Churchiness, Just for Fun | Permalink


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I love your blog.

To be honest I am tired. I loved the rally, but I'm not sure it really did anything. But who knows? The fight goes on.

Posted by: Jason | Nov 24, 2010 12:26:24 AM

Some talk too much without saying anything! at least here I find what looks so clear and precise...

Posted by: voyance | Apr 19, 2011 8:26:43 AM

I'm so tired sometimes, I love this though.
I love your blog.

Posted by: Jason | May 18, 2011 2:49:27 AM

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