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10/03/2005

Supreme confusion over Miers's Exodus

by Jeremy Hooper

This morning, when President Bush announced the nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supremes, many gay rights supporters were in a state of shock when he mentioned that she had worked with "Exodus Ministries," a name that those in the know immediately associate with the Exodus International "ex-gay therapy" bullsh*t farm. Happily, it seems that Miers was actually involved with another "Exodus Ministries" that deals with "assisting ex-offenders and their families," not "assisting ex-gays and their proclivity for make believe."

Though personally we don't see what any of this has to do with anything, and merely hope that Supremes wannabe Miers can master the choreography to "You Can't Hurry Love."

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Roberts danced ably enough, but his shimmying could have used a little more pizzazz. We expect more from you, Ms. M.

Exodus Ministry is not Exodus International [BayWindows.com]

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