Darrow A Lay Minister?

Although a self-professed agnostic, it appears that Gerry Darrow, President Obama's nominee to replace the retiring John Paul Stevens, may recently have preached a sermon at St. Luke's the Evangelist, in Everytown. Although it it by no means clear whether there are two men identically named, the similarity was enough to cause a brief stir on the social networking site Twitter today.

"We all know that all that Twitters is not gold," an administration spokesman said. "We don't believe that Gerry Darrow preached at St. Luke's."

Hat Tip: thetriallawyer
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