Today is the day that things are being decided and voted upon as far as the Sexual Orientation Regulations are concerned. I am sorry that I have not come up with any new and profound cartoon insights, but this week is not proving to be the week for that sort of thing.
Here are some people who are being more interesting:
KERRON CROSS – The Voice of The Delectable Left: Sexual Orientation Regulations – Mass Lobby or Mass Hysteria?
Kerron reminded me of the above cartoon and has posted his thoughts in a commendable fashion. He works as a Senior Parliamentary Assistant for an MP and is one of top Labour bloggers and a Christian. A blog worth following.
Thinking Anglicans: SORs: Commons vote
Simon has all the links about the various goings-on. Simon always has all the links about the various goings-on.
Will it be illegal to laud Christian Printers? » An Exercise in the Fundamentals of Orthodoxy
Peter is from the conservative side of things. He is wondering whether these regulations will affect what people who take his point of view will be allowed to say from the pulpit. My own view is that you can say whatever you want from the pulpit as long as you keep it under 12 minutes.
Right, that’ll do. I am trying to decide whether to go to my art class, a process that involves four walks and two train journeys. I feel a bit less ill and am wondering whether it will help revive my flagging inertia.