Thursday, 9 June 2011

Hello Pot, meet Kettle.

Writing in the New Statesman, the archbishop of Canterbury has issued a broadside against the coalition government, claiming it is forcing through "radical policies for which no one voted".

Hmmm, a bit like the Anglican Covenant then? That's something to which he is dedicated forcing upon the Anglcan Communion whether we want it or not, and with no proper opportunity for the bums on the seats to actually make their voices heard. Note also that he occupies a position also for which no person voted.

I never realised before that part of the enthronement process of the Archbishop of Canterbury was the stapling onto his head of a huge pair of blinkers.

1 comment:

  1. It does seem that way, doesn't it? I was wondering what you would have to say when I read Thinking Anglicans' reportage yesterday.