What can we say? Same script, different day. This time, the cast is a group of black pastors who seek 1 million signatures for an online petition to impeach Attorney General Eric Holder for refusing to uphold bans on same-sex marriage. No rest for the weary, right? Anyway, the Coalition of African-American Pastors (CAAP) claim their religious freedom has been violated and they plan to take action via grassroots efforts to counter the gay rights agenda. Actually, we put that last part about the “agenda” in there, but that’s basically what their allegations boil down to. Listen, we’ve kind of had our fill of this fire and brimstone condemnation from the black church to last a lifetime, so we can’t say we have many damns to give about this coalition’s feelings of freedom. We haven’t had a chance to check out The New Black, a documentary that explores black public opinion about the gay rights movement, but we have to wonder how many reflect the homophobic rhetoric of these “religious leaders.” We’ll have to see. In the meantime, check out this article for more about CAAP’s [eyeroll] grievances.