A while ago, LTG pointed out that there is a double standard between how churches that make public political statements favoring (or appearing to favor) the left and those that open campaign for the right. I suspect he was thinking of a church in LA (I think it was an Episcopalian church but LTG probably knows the details better than I) that was threatened with losing their tax free status because their pastor gave a sermon condemning war in general and the Iraq war in particular.
Well, here is a rather routine and unsurprising story from Greenville, South Carolina (one of only two states with coastline on either the Atlantic, Pacific or Great Lakes to have voted for McCain). This troublesome priest is telling his parishioners that they have sinned and face divine judgement if they had voted for Obama. I think we can all guess how much risk there is that his church will lose its tax exempt status.
This isn't a big story because it is so unsurprising but I thought I would post about it because it supports that earlier comment by LTG so convincingly.