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    Tuesday, June 27, 2006

    This comes to us from the folks at the Family Research Council

    Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich (R) this week named 47-year-old Christopher Panos to fill a Baltimore District Court vacancy. Panos is openly homosexual. He has and his lover, with whom he lives, are raising a young girl. This action comes just a week after Ehrlich fired Robert J. Smith from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.Mr. Smith had stated on a cable TV program that he opposes recognizing gay unions as marriages and that his Roman Catholic faith teaches that homosexual conduct is "sexually deviant." Ehrlich moved quickly to dismiss Smith after his firing was demanded by Jim Graham, a D.C. gay activist, saying, "

    Robert Smith's comments were highly inappropriate, insensitive, and unacceptable. They are in direct conflict to my administration's commitment to inclusiveness, tolerance and opportunity."
    Ehrlich says he is guided by his "libertarian" convictions in these moves. But this is not even libertarian. Ehrlich's gay appointee will no doubt rule on marriage, divorce and adoption issues in his capacity as a judge. Those judgments then will be imposed on all citizens of Maryland. Gov. Ehrlich's lurch to the left is deplorable. His firing of Mr. Smith is an assault on religious liberty and on freedom of speech. His election-year conversion to champion of gay issues is pandering at its worst. This once again highlights the radical impact that the Supreme Court's decision in Lawrence v. Texas has had on the country.

    We hear the governor is going down in flames this fall. You know the Phelps people are all over this.

    posted by Arkansas Razorbaptist at 6/27/2006 04:37:00 PM


    Blogger Kevin Bussey said...

    Going down in flames...

    Are you saying he is flaming?

    Tuesday, June 27, 2006 8:32:00 PM  
    Anonymous Boy Wonder said...

    Ha! I think that would be the former governor of New Jersey.

    Tuesday, June 27, 2006 11:45:00 PM  
    Blogger Bryan Riley said...

    I am stretching here to fit your post into this comment, but the flames and flaming parts made my connection. I was studying this morning the Hebrew word for "fret" in Psalm 37. This is the verse that says "fret not because of evildoers..." in the KJV. Not being a seminarian, I hadn't previously studied it. The word is "charah" and actually means to be hot, burn, to be angry, or to burn in vexation against. I think we often just think of fretting as worry. Before you think I'm accusing here... I am not at all trying to say your post is "charar"-ing against the governor. But, the study kindled some deeper thoughts for me and I wanted to share.

    Thursday, June 29, 2006 8:06:00 AM  

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