Quote of the day
"We are shut up in schools and college recitation rooms for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a bellyful of words and do not know a thing. "
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Monday, July 7, 2008
Lies, Lies and more Lies!
"Pastor Ken Hutcherson is still pursuing action against the teacher at Mt. Si High School in Snoqualmie, Washington, who interrupted his Martin Luther King Day speech to voice his opposition to Hutcherson's Christian views on marriage and sexuality."
Dr. Potratz did not interrupt the assembly to voice his opinion, he simply booed the blowhard when he was introduced. It was Kit McCormick who asked the question, AFTER his "speech". And for booing the guest, he was reprimanded.
"Teacher George Potratz later compared Hutcherson's support for the biblical condemnation of homosexual behavior with advocacy for slavery."
This is a well established falsehood. What Dr. Potratz said, and I was there is;
"Hutcherson has a right to his views...just as someone who believes in reinstating slavery has a right to theirs."
And went on to say;
"just because someone has the right to these ideas, it does not make them acceptable in a public school"
Dr. Potratz NEVER advocated a return to slavery, that was Hutcherson's own deluded interpretation of the comments.
"She said to me, 'Well, if you were the pastor of a black church, that would have much more impact than being the black pastor over there with a white church, and you're the one that has chosen,' basically, 'to live over there with those people,'" Hutcherson details.
Hutcherson was asked who Jenkins was referring to as "those people?" "White people," he answered.
Now Ms. Jenkins has been libeled in the spirit of Hutch's "Christianity".
Jenkins disputes Hutcherson's account of the conversation. "That's not exactly what I said. What I said was that, from the perspective of the Commission on African American Affairs, when there is an issue that's involving a church congregation and maybe a political work that that church may be doing, that it's a little different kind of role and a little different positioning for us to be able to get involved when the congregation of the church is...a black church or a black denomination," she contends.
UPDATED 7/8/2008 From the PI
"It is not what I said, it is what he heard," Jenkins said.
This seems to be a pattern with Hutch, he has a built in BS translator that makes him hear what he wants to hear, which is basically that he is a victim in all of this.
This blow hard reprobate named Ken Hutcherson has to manufacture events to appease the inner turmoil of his dark and sinister mind.
Looking for the face of evil, look no further. Ken Hutcherson is an evil man!
It's time for legal action to put this buffoon in his place!
Monday, 07 July 2008
Thank you so much for praying about the article in One News Now about the State of Washington's Commission on African American Affairs. It is out and linked below.
Pray that God will use this article. Let's make changes in the State of Washington.
I hear God is going to DIGG this article. Oh yes she is!