December 4, 2016
abortion, fracking, gay marriage, liberal, marriage equality, oil industry survey, survey
So yesterday I did something I rarely do… I picked up my ringing landline phone at home, even though the caller ID was unclear about who was calling. I’m glad I did, because I think I got to skew a conservative, oil-industry survey.
I’m pretty sure I was speaking with a woman in a call center somewhere in India. Her accent was pretty thick, and I had to ask a couple of time for her to repeat what she said. Except for the language barrier, the survey went pretty well. For me, anyway. I’m sure whoever sponsored the call isn’t going to be happy with my responses.
November 22, 2009
abortion, bishop, bishop thomas tobin, catholic, catholic charities, communion, gay marriage, jfk, john f kennedy, patrick kennedy, representative patrick kennedy, rhode island, same sex marriage
I’ve posted a blog at TulareCountyAtheists.com about Rhode Island’s Bishop Thomas Tobin and his recent order to deny communion to Representative Patrick Kennedy. Kennedy recently voted against the Stupak amendment to the health care bill currently before Congress, and the Bishop decided that this meant Kennedy was supporting abortion in violation of the Church’s orders to Catholic politicians. Read my blog here.