"We have just enough religion to make us hate one another and not enough to make us love one another." Jonathan SwiftThe horrible Charles McVety has had his show temporally cancelled because of his assaults on the gay community.
But this Christians United For Israel leader, who promotes the annihilation of the Middle East, will only use this to raise money from his flock.
As with Stephen Boissoin, the Alberta youth minister who got into trouble in 2002, after writing a letter to the Red Deer Advocate denouncing "the homosexual machine", the American Alliance Defense Fund will probably step in and longtime Reform activist Gerry Chipeur, is probably already drafting the PR.
And of course it doesn't hurt that McVety is a close friend of Jim Flaherty and Jason Kenney, and has a place of honour in Harper's hallowed halls.