Rancid Christian Morality In Washington, D.C.
edited: Thursday, August 27, 2009
By Carol Speed
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Posted: Thursday, August 27, 2009
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Rancid Christian Morality in Washington, D.C.
There's an interesting paragraph in Greydon Carter's Editor's Letter in the September issue of Vanity Fair Magazine about the so-called "C" Street, Washington, D.C. Prayer House. The brick row house, a few blocks from the Capitol, is where the Christian morality crowd along with Congressional Members and United States Governors hole up and tango all night. But what was interesting to Carol Speed was why Vanity Fair Editor mixed Wilt Chamberlain's name with the Christian devils. What a stretch...Wilt Chamberlain, a giant among basketball stars, was a black man, and therefore wouldn't have been invited to the so-called rancid Prayer House. So why was Wilt Chamberlain's name used?