Raising Cain Again. . . Yet Another Unitarian Universalist Letter To The Editor
Promoting our basic message
The Rev. Cynthia Cain, minister of the UU Church of Lexington, Ky., writes about the UU faith and why, right now, what people really need is each other. (Kentucky.com - Lexington, KY 10.4.08)
Since the UUA and individual U*U "churches" are constantly prodding U*Us to write letters to the editor about various topical issues in order to raise the public profile of the "tiny, declining, fringe religion" known as Unitarian*Universalism in American public life, I thought that I would help them out a bit by submitting the following letter to the editor to Kentucky.com about how Rev. Cynthia Cain's hypocritical U*U BS published in the Lexington Herald-Leader and on Kentucky.com contrasts with the um *basic message* of Rev. Cain's 'Isten Aldjon, Y'all' blog post titled, OMG! Mean people DO suck.
Re.: What we need most is one another
By the Rev. Cynthia Cain
Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington
Unitarian*Universalist aka U*U minister Rev. Cynthia Cain pretends that "life, freedom of expression and belief, community, human compassion, service, and peace are things that are of highest value and worth, things that we (Unitarian*Universalists aka U*Us) strive for." How then does she explain the following hate-filled rhetoric posted to her Isten Aldjon, Y'all blog recently?
OMG! Mean people DO suck. And I just heard from a whole bunch of really mean people. Republicans.
Back to Sarah Palin. I would like to like something about her, but I don't. She's very, very nasty and she will be loved for it, because she is charming (in a phony way) and attractive (in a creepy beauty-queen way). I was horrified by her politics but now I am repelled by her ugly soul.
Just asking. . .
Well I suppose that Rev. Cain does rather stridently strive for her own freedom of expression and belief as it were. I am not sure about how well she and other "like-minded" Unitarian*Universalist U*Us strive for community, human compassion, service, and peace though.
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