Episcopal Church liberals, clearly stung by the disciplinary section in the Anglican Covenant, which would demand accountability and curtail further ordinations of pansexualists to the episcopacy, are tearing up the Internet in anger, fear and loathing, pointing the finger of blame at orthodox Anglican Primates.
"Clearly the primates are an instrument of disunity, not an instrument of unity in the Anglican Communion. For the historic bonds of affection which have held the Anglican Diaspora together, many of the primates have attempted to substitute bonds of law," wrote Louie Crew, the Episcopal Church's leading emeritus homosexual.
"The primates have postured quite beyond any authority given to them explicitly by the 38 provinces of the Anglican Communion. They have prodigally wasted precious and limited resources by flying across the world time and time again to address not the world's major needs, but their own private and personal meanness. They continue to snarl at each other over territory and power," he said.