Like jimbob said, is expressing our grievance and asking for respect towards what we view as sacred such a bad thing? I have no problem with the same coming from an aggrieved mullah if he expresses himself in like manner as the Church and its members have. Your comment tells us more about you than it does about me.]]>
If you recall that business with the 12 Danish cartoon drawings of Mohammed a few years ago, pls note that my sympathies were/are with the Danes. Your notion that we should be in the business of policing depictions of things we hold dear is anathema to me.
In response to these cartoons, angry Muslims burned embassies, committed acts of violence, and more than 100 died. Are you honestly conflating our requests for respect for our sacraments with that level of retributive violence when you call both “policing”?]]>
No, HBO does not represent accurately the sacred dress … or ceremonies of the LDS Church.
Ummm… until the episode airs, how would you know whether the ceremonies are going to be represented accurately? Did you get an early copy? Are you speaking prophetically?]]>
Sonja Eddings Brown doesn’t know what she’s talking about when she talks about Big Love. She should’ve just taken the $40K she got paid by the Prop 8 campaign and retired already. Sonja’s notorious for just making stuff up, but apparently her employers don’t seem to mind.]]>
And what bothers me about #21 is that calling HBO “openly defiant” of a “major religion” makes you sound like an aggrieved mullah.]]>
I’ll just second what’s been said about how it obviously dealing with the fact a major media outlet is openly being defiant to the wishes of a major religion and its members and not about showing things that are already so easily found on the internet to those who really want to know.]]>
Actually, after that sniveling, whiny acceptance speech from the “Milk” writer, I’m surprised a prefab apology was offered at all.]]>