Bil Browning

And now for our closing prayer

Filed By Bil Browning | October 28, 2009 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, You Gotta See This
Tags: Carrie Prejean, closing prayer, Ernestine Copelander, marriage equality, same-sex marriage, Washington D.C.

Over 100 witnesses spoke before a Washington DC Council meeting on ''The Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Equality Amendment of 2009.'' The bill is expected to pass through the Council (10 of the 13 members are co-sponsors). Ernestine Copelander was the final witness and she attempted to bring the fire and brimstone but ended up sounding more like beauty queen Carrie Prejean.

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She's amazing and she's my new best friend. I would love to get her to describe the plot of a movie sometime.

"There was a sound, YES a SOUND! The sound was... was... MUSIC! Indeed! Loud and rumbling um... THEME music it was! Yes! The screen was black--black as midnight. Suddenly there was a change. Indeed the change was on the screen AND in the music which was the sound brought unto us from the speakers."

Wow. She's a real pistol... She's a couple of bullets shy of a full clip, but still definitely a pistol.

I wonder how much coffee she drinks in one day?