Wednesday, April 11, 2007

What makes a Reverend?

Since when does preaching a sermon at the age of four and being licensed and ordained at the age of ten make someone a reverend? Apparently in Al Sharpton's world it does. Bishop F.D. Washington ordained Al Sharpton when he was ten years old.

Sorry but for me that doesn't count.

And as far as Jesse Jackson, he did attend the Chicago Theological ministry from 1963-1965 but dropped out six months before graduation to march in Selma Alabama with Martin Luther King. His bio says he became an ordained minister two months after Dr. King was assassinated in 1968--even though he had not finished his coursework.

Both men are corrupt and completely undeserving of the title Reverend. And now Sharpton is making it his personal mission to destroy talk radio.

We've got to do something about this.

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