WHY DO CATHOLICS have a Main Man, but Protestants do not?
The Catholics, due to having a main man, get lots of press coverage. Protestants lack that. They are a fractured people.
I am neither Protestant nor Catholic, but I believe in balance.
So I propose that Protestants unite to choose a Main Man — maybe even a Main Woman because Protestants, as a rule, are less hidebound than Catholics. Well, some of them.
A convention must be held, perhaps akin to Burning Man, where Protestants can come together. This will require plenty of compromise because Protestants are a mixed bag, ranging from high-toned Presbyterians to Westboro Baptist Church crackpots.
After a Main Man — or Woman — is chosen, a Protestant Vatican must be decided upon. Outside of the United States is preferable so visits to Washington will seem more special, inspiring more press coverage.
Somewhere in the Middle East is a fine choice since Jesus Christ walked thereabouts. As the Catholic Pope has armed guards and a bulletproof vehicle, the Protestant Main Man — or Woman — will need this too, due to being around so many pissed-off Mohammedans.
All of this will require money, so an expanded tithe must be applied to all Protestant denominations.
Twenty-five percent sounds about right.
This will finance a huge Protestant Palace among the Mohammedans. And then there’s the Wardrobe.
As the Pope wears women’s clothes, the Protestant Main Man should do likewise. It will attract attention. If a Main Woman is chosen, a James Bond tuxedo will serve the purpose.
After a Main Man (Woman) is named, a Protestant Palace situated, armed guards hired (with suitable frippery), at least two bulletproof Hummers at the door, the only thing left to do is make smoke and water holy.
Then head to Washington, D.C.