In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
“Hello, can you help me, this is ICM and we are conducting a telephone poll in connection with the recent referendum would you be willing to answer some questions.”
And I said yes – and the questions were mostly about whether or not I’d found it easy to vote in the referendum (I had) and about whether or not I had any concerns about widespread fraud having taken place (I had no concerns at all).
When I said I had no concerns, she asked me why? Why did I have no concerns?
Well, I know people who were there, I said – people from both sides who were at the counts and who saw what took place. And I was involved myself.
It took quite a long time to answer all the questions but it went fairly smoothly until the end when she said, “Can I ask you some questions about who you are?” I agreed to this and readily gave away my age and all kinds of other information that one doesn’t normally dare ask someone in polite conversation.
“And can I ask you what job you do?”
“Yes, no problem, I’m a priest.”
“Thank you sir – oh, I need to ask you what kind of priest. [Read more...]