In local news this morning, Cory Burnell is no longer the leader of crackpot Christian Exodus.
Now, if they'd just leave the state and go back where they came from, we could celebrate good and proper!
Christian Exodus leader stepping down
The Greenville News • August 1, 2008
Don't go away mad, Cory, just go away! Don't let the doorknob hit you in your self-righteous, ignorant derrière!
(ANDERSON, SC) -- The leader of Christian Exodus says the group still hopes to create a Christian government in South Carolina, despite the decision by its founder to step down.
Keith Humphrey told the Anderson Independent-Mail the focus of the group is still to create an independent Christian nation.
Cory Burnell has stepped down as leader of the group that was supposed to move members to South Carolina to influence elections and possibly secede from the United States. Burnell said he chose South Carolina because of its location, economic prospects, Christian influence and conservative voting history.
Burnell had planned to move to Anderson, but he says a job offer with a Seneca company was withdrawn. He says the pressures of self-employment and family have kept him from being an effective leader.
Why, she sighed heavily, do WE always get the kooks?
On a happier note, the Carnival for Progressive Christians - First Edition is up at A Secret Chord! (Yes, your humble narrator has been included!)
Listening to: Nada Surf - Your Legs Grow