Friday, November 03, 2006

It's the Devil's Fault

And oftentimes excusing of a fault
Doth make the fault the worser by th’excuse.
William Shakespeare (1564–1616), English dramatist, poet. Pembroke, in King John, act 4, sc. 2.

Let’s see what excuse the Rev. Ted Haggard will use for his reason for engaging in homosexual sex with a paid prostitute for the past three years pitching his fire-and-brimstone against gays from the pulpit:

Drugs: Haggard used methamphetamine; I predict he’ll blame his addition from over using allergy medicines,

Alcohol: This is the usual stand by excuse. If this is used expect rehab to be next up,

Satan: The devil made him do it.

Haggard supported an amendment to Colorado’s Constitution banning same-sex marriage, on which Coloradans will vote next week. He told a news outlet that the accusations might have been politically motivated. Isn’t that what all the Republicans and hypocritical clergy say?


Janet said...

I'm ignorant to this story, but I'm picking up real quick. A reverend committed a sexual crime. Same lyrics, different song.:(

Anonymous said...

On the Mark writes: But no release! But no release! Add that to your list of defenses.

Trish said...

Or maybe the Democrats made it up to take the focus away from John Kerry.

Chandira said...

The Devil has made me do a lot of things.. ;-)