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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Religion - And Politics

shouldn't mix. It's as simple as that. However, in the annals of godbaggery, some are worse than others. For example, I've always admired Dorothy Day and the Berrigan brothers, the liberation theology movement and the good things it accomplished.

Il Papa Ratzi, not so much. Although he warmed the cockles of my heart today by snubbing Condi Rice. Dr. Rice, who is, I'm sure, an intelligent and hardworking individual, continues to lend her prestige to this mess of a misadministration. And her purpose in calling on the Pope today?
Rice "made it known to the Vatican that she absolutely had to meet the pope" to boost her diplomatic "credit" ahead of a trip to the Middle East, the Corriere della Sera daily reported without citing its sources.
Tough noogies on your boogies, sistah. The Pope has the sense and wisdom not to lend his prestige and authority to you, and to the miserable ragtag band of louts you hang with.

In other godbag news, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation has joined with a military serviceman to file suit against the infestation of the military by unacceptable gobs of godbaggery. Don't these bozos read their own religious tomes?
  • Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets, Matthew 7:12.
  • And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise, Luke 6:31.
What a worthless bunch of buggers these godbags are. Almost makes me wish there were a god (and that she should be a large, dark-skinned woman would be icing on the cake, of course), just so she could look these puling purulences in the eye and tell them just how wrong they have it. Before sending them to the very place that they wish on everyone else. Fucking schlubs.

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