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March 30, 2012



Bishop Gomez aka Tweety Bird has always made things about him. Humble, he is not. I imagine he was simply unable to resist the pull of an open mic and a crowd to listen to him.
I remember when Addison Turnquest ran in South Beach back in 1982 - the PLP called him 'The Ayatollah'. I believe the clergy should stay out of front line politics and should only speak up if they feel that the government is acting in an unchristian way. I don't even like it when a prayer is said asking God for victory for a specific party.

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