Corey Taule wrote today in the Cheers & Jeers section of our local Idaho Falls paper:
Jeers to Pastor Stuart Bryan of Trinity Church in Coeur d’Alene. Bryan is so upset that his city government took this vital step toward equality that he is advocating citizens break the law and thumb their nose at representative government.
“I would entirely support any parishioner who opposed that legislation,” he told the Spokane Spokesman-Review, “I think it’s unjust.”
As Idaho Falls prepares to enter into this fray, here is a lesson in how not act. Coeur d’Alene’s elected officials have spoken. Those who disagree are free to oppose them come Election Day. That’s how our system works. We can only hope folks on both sides of this debate in Idaho Falls conduct themselves with more integrity and dignity than Bryan.
But I would encourage the citizens of Idaho Falls to hear Stuart out, rather than take this soundbite from Corey who jeers him and targets both his integrity and dignity. Read Stuart’s recent blog articles.