Clear Evidence that Women Should Remain Silent in the Church… And Online…

Or at least this woman should.  Yes, clearly she should. She has absolutely NO BUSINESS being involved in politics unless she wants to resign her office and NO BUSINESS posting racist comments online.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley campaign’s continues to distance itself from a controversial minister, who said Friday that she stepped down from a position with the campaign due to time constraints. Foley’s campaign maintained Friday that a mailing list mistake led to the brief appointment of controversial minister Barbara Sexton as the leader of an Independents coalition for the candidate. Sexton’s appointment drew criticism earlier this week from Democratic Chair Nancy DiNardo, who said that the minister had written “racial missives all over the internet.” The “racial missives” Democrats referred to stem from posts on Sexton’s blog. In one post Sexton claims, “All blacks voted for Barack, period. While I was not surprised, I know I was lied to by some close friends who said they did otherwise, but surely they ‘voted for the brother.’”

Totally and grossly inappropriate.  She’s no pastor- she’s a wolf masquerading as one.  (HT Irene Hahn on FB)

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One thought on “Clear Evidence that Women Should Remain Silent in the Church… And Online…

  1. Rod of Alexandria 23 Oct 2010 at 3:55 am

    All blacks voted for Barack. That’s funny, I remember specifically filling in the chad for John McCain/Sarah Palin. Coulda fooled me.

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