Via Michelle Malkin today, the news has come across the wires of the biggest blunder of the anti-Proposition 8 movement yet. I had to take a break from my series on Israel for this one; it’s just too good to pass up.
Apparently, the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in San Francisco, California, was badly vandalized sometime last night. Black swastikas and anti-religious phrases and slurs were spray painted in red and black on the outside of the big white structure in the Castro district in outrage over the passage of Proposition 8 on election night. This isn’t the first criminal act against a church since the passage of Prop 8, nor is it the first attempt to disrupt services at churches. There’s just one great big glaring problem with what happened:
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church is an open and affirming congregation.
That means they’re on our side. They opposed Prop 8. D’oh!
I like what Michelle had to say…“Does this mean the pastor endorses attacks on churches and individual donors who don’t share the sentiments of the No on 8 blacklisters and rainbow-fisters?”
Good God, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.