Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Catholic League President Donohue hates all who disagree with him.

I have to say I really like Bill Donohue and I wish I could get a job like his. He gets lots of people to donate money to his Catholic League and all he does is go around spouting revulsion at anyone who disagrees with him. I really wish I could get someone to pay me to do that. Really, I am very good at spouting my loathing at people who disagree with me. And just like Bill Donohue, I have absolutely no ethics to get in the way of my disgust or morality to stop my hatred.

Take the Maher rant on the Catholics for instance.
When the – when the current Pope was in his previous Vatican job as John Paul’s Dick Cheney—[laughter]—he wrote a letter instructing every Catholic bishop to keep the sex abuse of minors secret until the statute of limitations ran out. And that’s the Church’s attitude: “We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it.”
Donohue lies beautifully. The Pope had nothing to do with the sexual abuse scandal when he was the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith? Really? What about the EPISTULA - a Congregatione pro Doctrina Fidei missa ad totius Catholicae Ecclesiae Episcopos aliosque Ordinarios et Hierarchas interesse habentes: DE DELICTIS GRAVIORIBUS eidem Congregationi pro Doctrina Fidei reservatis, signed by Cardinal Ratzinger on May 18, 2001? Read the Guardian article by the religious affairs correspondent titled Pope obstructed sex abuse inquiry of April 24, 2005. Donohue exhibits once again his disdain for ethics by lying about Maher's commenting on the same matter.

Oh yea, the whole thing with the Nazi is not of any real importance today, and yes, the Pope was required in 1941 to join the Nazi Youth, but he didn't join the 10-20% who disobeyed the rule. Wonder why? The courage of our convictions obviously do not apply to the past prefect of the Inquisition.

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