<OT> Re: list moderator losing perspective?

Roger Oberholtzer roger
Fri Mar 23 00:17:22 PDT 2007

On Thu, 2007-03-22 at 10:38 -0500, David Bandel wrote:
> On 3/21/07, Collins Richey <crichey at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 3/21/07, Bob Hemus <ol.bob at sisqtel.net> wrote:
> >
> > > > Leon, would you like to be in charge of Telecommunications?
> > > > <huge grins> Hail Linux, Ric
> > > I volunteer for Secretary Of Morals, Ethics and Religion.
> In a country where separation of church and state is paramount?  Let
> me tell you _why_ Panama is a 3rd world nation:  it's official
> religion is Catholicism -- yep, can't do anything without the Pope's
> blessing. (And any crime you want to commit is OK, just go to
> confession and the priest will forgive you.)
> Don't get me started.  Those US Catholics on the list need not
> interrupt, there's a definite dual standard between what is accepted
> in the US (and probably EU as well) and what is dictated for the rest
> of the world from the Vatican.

On god.tv (really, it is called that), I saw an odd bit from Africa
where they were burning piles of evil items, witchcraft things, and who
know what all else. And all were singing and dancing. All dressed in
black slacks, white pressed shirts and coordinated ties. Not sure if it
was Catholic, but it was Christian. It was presented straight faced as
what one must do in places like Africa. I cannot see this going down
well in USA/EU. I, for one, will not give up my witchcraft items. Do
western churches (non-fundamental) even acknowledge witchcraft?

Roger Oberholtzer

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