Sunday, January 23, 2011

Glenn Grothman: still wrong about MLK.

Tom Johnson: Grothman, Gaylor a ‘match made in heaven'

How dare state employees be given a day off to memorialize the life and death of a famous religious leader?!

It seems to me that Annie Laurie Gaylor raised the same argument several years ago, but she was taking issue with Good Friday, not Martin Luther King Day.

It appears that gadfly Sen. Glenn Grothman and Little Ornery Annie are singing from the same hymnal. They truly are a "match made in heaven," so to speak.

1 comment:

Kevin Scheunemann said...

Has the world gone topsy-turvey?

Is Prof. Peterson defending a public holiday in honor of an outstanding Christian religious leader?

No knee-jerk progressive call for separation of church and state?

So if it means public employee unions can have a day off, it's OK to mix Christianity and government holidays:-)....duly noted.