You Are Now Entering the (Episcopal) Twilight Zone
On homosems: "You've seen my statement (issued Nov. 29) and I'm not going any further."
On the criticism that prelates don't interact enough with gay people: "I don't. I mean, obviously, I probably do and don't even know it. But I'm not going to go there."
On a civil case: "Really, because we are in litigation, I can't talk about that case."
On the teaching of intelligent design in public schools: "I have no business saying what should happen in public schools."
On torture: "I don't know enough to know what is true and what is false (about the current practice by American forces). I don't think it is clear whether there is or there isn't torture."
On the Colts' potential for a perfect season (for non-Americans, that's football parlance for 16 wins, no losses): "We've got a really good shot at it, but I don't want to put a jinx on it."
Good God. "Speaks up"? There's no there there.
Well, he did "speak up" about one thing: coming to the defense of the archdiocesan lawyer who was the point-person for outreach to victim-survivors of abuse. Buechlein calling SNAP criticism of her "a slam against attorneys."
That said, it's still the wishy-washiest thing I have ever seen in my life.