It's Sunday, often referred to by Christians as the Lord's Day.
This post is in reaction to something I read on another blog. It was someone who felt they had to point out that there were Sunday morning sermons on this blog, a blog associated with the Lehigh Valley Tea Party. It went on complaining about right wing extremism along with the usual nonsensical boilerplate that accompanies such blathering.
First let me point out that since January, when lvtp.org was launched, this ceased being the official web presence of the Lehigh Valley 9-12/Tea Party. I changed the "about" page to explain that change and appended the text in the link below the banner to include the word "Unofficial".
But really, why does it matter? If I posted an article on the lvtp.org website, here, or anywhere with references to the Bible and a belief in God and Christ why would some people consider it wrong, extreme, or in bad taste? Nobody is forcing you to read it, you're always a click away from something else. The criticism that was leveled on the other blog wasn't even specific to what was in my posts, it was simply the fact that it was a sermonette that he apparently found so troubling that he felt the need to share.
So what's the problem? I'm open to constructive criticism.