anthills–Episcopalians & the Anglican Communion

April 8, 2006

-TRAFFIC VIOLATION ROLLING STOP

Filed under: Anglican Communion, ECUSA — anthill @ 9:00 pm

In an effort to find a new analogy in place of fudge for the apparent direction General Convention will be heading, I pictured a traffic violation stop with a twist.

What if you were pulled over by an officer, but instead of stopping, you slowed way down and even pulled onto the shoulder.

If the officer didn't think you were dangerous, she might do an O.J. and just follow for a while, possibly calling out to you on her loudspeaker. "Stop now," she would say, "There will be consequences if you continue."

But you roll on just enough to prevent her from parking her car and getting out.

You think you are being clever, but she is calling for backup and a spike-strip.

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