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2013-12-20 10:32:11 AM  
16 votes:

cardex: As an aithiast



Is that someone who doesn't believe in spellcheck?
2013-12-20 09:40:09 AM  
9 votes:

2wolves: It's not always about the U.S.. Really it isn't. That sort of arrogance is known to irk a large number of people.


Lighten up.
~Francis.
2013-12-20 10:22:09 AM  
8 votes:
My dream dinner party will be attended by me, Pope Francis, Jennifer Lawrence, and the ugliest, most boring guy I can find.
2013-12-20 10:16:55 AM  
7 votes:
USA Jesus wouldn't give things to immigrants, he would take things away to inspire them to work harder. That's how it works here, you work hard in a servile role when you're a minority, and as a reward you're reincarnated as a White person to work hard at a desk job. Eventually you'll be reincarnated as a rich white republican and you don't have work hard at all, and you get to chastise the masses for wanting more and not working hard enough.
2013-12-20 10:16:05 AM  
7 votes:
lh6.googleusercontent.com
Good
2013-12-20 10:27:25 AM  
6 votes:

Wellon Dowd: My dream dinner party will be attended by me, Pope Francis, Jennifer Lawrence, and the ugliest, most boring guy I can find.


I'll email you my address, so you can send the invitation.
2013-12-20 10:31:30 AM  
5 votes:

cardex: As an aithiast I like this pope. The first rule in picking a head cheer leader for invisible sky wizards should be don't pick an asshat. Only took the church 2000 ish years to figure it out.


You're a what now?
2013-12-20 10:09:44 AM  
5 votes:

chirho.me



/Oblig
2013-12-20 12:14:07 PM  
4 votes:

Inflatable Rhetoric: Inflatable Rhetoric: nekom: luidprand:
The Pope is already a Jesuit. Can't get more based in reason, evidence, science, and freedom than that.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson said that if you want to believe that god did it and you're content with that, that's fine but you are useless in the lab.  Perhaps the Jesuits bridge that gap.  Ok God did it, but let's discover how this grand creation really works.

No, once they say "god did it," their useless in the lab.  You can't start with the conclusion.

oops, they're useless in the lab.



si0.twimg.com

A pope with a chemistry degree

Jesuit scientists from the 20th c.(feel free to read the lists from all the other centuries, including this one)

Former particle physicist Friar Andrew Pinsent explains Higgs

Rev. Cyril Opeil, SJ, is prepared to become the first Jesuit physicist ever at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Jesuit Mathematicians, Scientists and Astronomers


What did getting pwned this hard do to you?

I'm sincerely curious.

Tell me.

And remember, this is for posterity so be honest.

How do you feel?

2013-12-20 10:32:59 AM  
4 votes:

Wellon Dowd: My dream dinner party will be attended by me, Pope Francis, Jennifer Lawrence, and the ugliest, most boring guy I can find.


That's a mean thing to do to Jennifer Lawrence.
2013-12-20 10:24:17 AM  
4 votes:

Biff_Steel: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Rotating tab of the month: Jennifer Lawrence, George Zimmerman, Pope Francis, etc.

Good idea. Don't forget about that actor dude that died in a car crash. I can't think of his name . . .


Paul Ryan
2013-12-20 10:38:45 AM  
3 votes:
2.bp.blogspot.com
2013-12-20 10:24:54 AM  
3 votes:

2wolves: It's not always about the U.S.. Really it isn't. That sort of arrogance is known to irk a large number of people.


Those people don't matter.
2013-12-20 10:03:45 AM  
3 votes:
She musta havea bigga tits!
2013-12-20 12:39:23 PM  
2 votes:
The Palin, Limbaug and Hanity Jesus:

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2013-12-20 12:28:58 PM  
2 votes:

shirtsbyeric: So is the Catholic Church going to pay taxes now?


Is GE?
2013-12-20 11:38:02 AM  
2 votes:

Wellon Dowd: My dream dinner party will be attended by me, Pope Francis, Jennifer Lawrence, and the ugliest, most boring guy I can find.


What time would you like me to be there?
2013-12-20 11:20:28 AM  
2 votes:

mbillips: TheDirtyNacho: The other day I was in a waiting room and on the TV was the Fox Five, which appeared to be some show where talking heads 'debate' a topic for a few minutes at a time.  My god, it was awful.  Obvious common sense knowledge and facts were ignored, and one guy appeared to have so much plastic surgery that he had a permanent joker smile on his weird face.  Limbaugh et al, follow this same schtick.

The best way to deal with a slab of human ham like that is to ignore it.  I can't imagine going through life listening to it.

I've had to watch Fox & Friends a few times while sitting in a doctor's waiting room. You can feel your brain cells dying.


3.bp.blogspot.com

Where is this man when we need him?
2013-12-20 11:00:48 AM  
2 votes:

Mugato: I have no love for Rush or Palin but the Pope might a little more cred if he you know, didn't have his own country.



You might a little more cred, if, you know, could form a sentence
2013-12-20 10:29:35 AM  
2 votes:
As an aithiast I like this pope. The first rule in picking a head cheer leader for invisible sky wizards should be don't pick an asshat. Only took the church 2000 ish years to figure it out.
2013-12-20 10:26:29 AM  
2 votes:

Phinn: HotWingConspiracy: Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?

What's your plan for them? Sounds like you have some alternatives.

Reason.  Evidence.  Science.  Freedom.


which one of those words do you eat?
2013-12-20 10:24:50 AM  
2 votes:
GO! POPE! GO!
2013-12-20 10:20:21 AM  
2 votes:

MayoSlather: USA Jesus wouldn't give things to immigrants, he would take things away to inspire them to work harder.


And then he wouldn't work and live off social security, just like Ayn Rand.
2013-12-20 09:43:52 AM  
2 votes:

Mugato: I have no love for Rush or Palin but the Pope might a little more cred if he you know, didn't have his own country.


Pope caught sayof?
2013-12-20 09:36:37 AM  
2 votes:
I'm going to enjoy watching Bill Donahue's head slowly explode
2013-12-20 09:06:30 AM  
2 votes:

Speaker2Animals: Weaver95: This pope is going to be a real challenge for the us evangelical community. He isn't with the program, he's actually highlighting the fraud and hypocrisy endemic to this countries powerful semi-Christian organizations. It's going to make the mega churches look pretty bad. Oh they'll lie and say the pope doesn't matter...but the catholic church is pretty influential and everyone knows it.

I honestly don't know how limbaugh is gonna handle this one. It's a lose/lose situation for him and his prosperity gospel buddies.

I hope not the same way they "handled" John Paul I.


I think they'll try to point and laugh, then try to quietly redefine the popes comments. When that doesn't work, they'll likely say he isn't the real pope, or just ignore him as much as possible. Thing is, this pope seems like he wants to get in people's faces about the social justice aspects of catholic doctrine. That sort of thing makes robber baron amoral capitalists very uncomfortable. They'd prefer us to accept our role as techno feudal serfs and not get uppity on the whole money issue.
2013-12-20 08:53:17 AM  
2 votes:

RexTalionis: We should have a Francis I tab.


Rotating tab of the month: Jennifer Lawrence, George Zimmerman, Pope Francis, etc.
2013-12-20 04:59:10 PM  
1 votes:

Phinn: Religious people think this way -- they assume their fairy tales are true, and only concede the facts they are forced to concede.  Like a kid holding onto a security blanket, they hold onto each tattered shred for as long as possible, even as rational thought strips it away, bit by bit.


Don't forget the people who make ostensibly iron clad, broad and immutable pronouncements about how stuff works!   :  )
2013-12-20 03:30:47 PM  
1 votes:

luidprand: Phinn: HotWingConspiracy: Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?

What's your plan for them? Sounds like you have some alternatives.

Reason.  Evidence.  Science.  Freedom.

The Pope is already a Jesuit. Can't get more based in reason, evidence, science, and freedom than that.


I was at mass last Sunday and was very surprised to hear Fr. Tom (our pastor) ask the congregation how many of us believed in evolution, the big bang theory, etc... much to my husband's embarrassment, I (and several other people) raised my hand. Fr. Tom went on to mention that the originator of the the big bang theory was, in fact, a Catholic priest. For the first time in my life, a Catholic priest echoed my own thoughts on the matter - that the Bible is human interpretation of God's word and that 'a day' in the creation of the world didn't necessarily mean 24 hours. It could have meant 24 days, weeks, years, thousand years, etc... and that evolution could very well have been a part of God's creation process.

I was stunned. I've ALWAYS believed that. But to hear a priest publicly come out and say that evolution isn't a falsehood, that the two don't have to be mutually exclusive of one another, blew my mind.

Good on ya, Fr. Tom!
2013-12-20 02:47:39 PM  
1 votes:

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: RexTalionis: We should have a Francis I tab.

Rotating tab of the month: Jennifer Lawrence, George Zimmerman, Pope Francis, etc.


Butt Plugs, plugs buds, plugs butts.
2013-12-20 02:21:31 PM  
1 votes:
I kind of like this Pope.  no homo
2013-12-20 12:29:06 PM  
1 votes:
this asshat needs to knock this sh*t off. I don't want to have to go back to church.
2013-12-20 12:24:58 PM  
1 votes:

snocone: bunner: Apparently, this Pope is advocating Christianity.

Yea, but I am not sure it will catch on.


Yeah, something usually hijacks it at some juncture, forms splinter groups and the next thing you know, you're beheading heretics.   :  /
2013-12-20 12:20:25 PM  
1 votes:

SordidEuphemism: Felgraf: Inflatable Rhetoric: Inflatable Rhetoric: nekom: luidprand:
The Pope is already a Jesuit. Can't get more based in reason, evidence, science, and freedom than that.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson said that if you want to believe that god did it and you're content with that, that's fine but you are useless in the lab.  Perhaps the Jesuits bridge that gap.  Ok God did it, but let's discover how this grand creation really works.

No, once they say "god did it," their useless in the lab.  You can't start with the conclusion.

oops, they're useless in the lab.

ARe you suggesting that any religious or spiritual person is useless as a researcher?

The suggestion is that someone who is satisfied with the answer 'A Wizard God Did It' is useless. If you're satisfied with the answer, you feel no compulsion to prove or disprove it, and therefore will not be a good scientist.


Even when they take the tack of "Okay, in the grand scheme of things God was that "spark" initiated the process, but since that's not relevant to science we'll focus on the actual grit,"?  Jesuits don't just go "God Did It!" and expect that to be a sufficient answer.  You have them confused with Southern Baptists.


The History Channel once did a really good tour of the Vatican, a glimmer of what the channel used to be.  When they got to the Vatican Observatory, they talked to its director (I believe), who had a very good quote about all this (this was a priest in direct service to the Pope, for context):  "A science book is always changing, always being kept up to date with new information.  Now, when you look at the Bible, what immediately stands out?  It never changes.  Throughout all the centuries, it stays the same.  Therefore, the Bible is not a science book."
2013-12-20 12:20:12 PM  
1 votes:
SordidEuphemism:The suggestion is that someone who is satisfied with the answer 'A Wizard God Did It' is useless. If you're satisfied with the answer, you feel no compulsion to prove or disprove it, and therefore will not be a good scientist.

Similarly, anyone who believes undoubtedly that Catholics have this mindset concerning science is useless to this discussion.
2013-12-20 12:14:00 PM  
1 votes:

SordidEuphemism: The suggestion is that someone who is satisfied with the answer 'A Wizard God Did It' is useless. If you're satisfied with the answer, you feel no compulsion to prove or disprove it, and therefore will not be a good scientist.


... Do you *know* any Jesuits?
2013-12-20 12:07:55 PM  
1 votes:

Felgraf: Phinn: Reason. Evidence. Science. Freedom.

That's not a plan. That's a cutsey motto along the lines of "THESE COLORS DON'T RUN."


I have a detailed plan, too. I was just trying to boil it down to the essentials to answer someone's question.

If the Discordians handed out free apples and pizza coupons, would they get the cocoa butter handjob treatment on Fark? Or is that sort of praise reserved for religions headed by socialists who wear dresses?
2013-12-20 12:07:06 PM  
1 votes:
Apparently, this Pope is advocating Christianity.
2013-12-20 11:58:13 AM  
1 votes:

Inflatable Rhetoric: nekom: luidprand:
The Pope is already a Jesuit. Can't get more based in reason, evidence, science, and freedom than that.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson said that if you want to believe that god did it and you're content with that, that's fine but you are useless in the lab.  Perhaps the Jesuits bridge that gap.  Ok God did it, but let's discover how this grand creation really works.

No, once they say "god did it," theirthere useless in the lab.  You can't start with the conclusion.


Sorry, pet peeve.
2013-12-20 11:52:53 AM  
1 votes:

alice_600: Phinn: HotWingConspiracy: Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?

What's your plan for them? Sounds like you have some alternatives.

Reason.  Evidence.  Science.  Freedom.

I tried it it didn't work for me. Freedom is different things to different people.


Indeed.  For some it's just another word for nothing left to lose.
2013-12-20 11:51:01 AM  
1 votes:

Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?


There ya go. I knew someone could find the cloud in the silver lining.

You go right on with your bad self. If he's not helping each and every last needy person on earth helping anyone means nothing

Or you know perhaps he is leading by example.

I help some....you help some...we all help some.

In fact dare I say perhaps the job is too big for one person so he might in fact be saying "WE need to help each other."
2013-12-20 11:43:46 AM  
1 votes:

Phinn: Reason. Evidence. Science. Freedom.


That's not a plan. That's a cutsey motto along the lines of "THESE COLORS DON'T RUN."
2013-12-20 11:27:42 AM  
1 votes:

Phinn: PickleBarrel: Phinn: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?

Why should we celebrate a glimmer of light when the rest of the world is darkness?

Because you're wasting time, all while you're failing to uinderstand basic economic mechanisms that cause a nearly infinite multiple of hardship greater than this PR stunt alleviated.

But if time-wasting were the only problem, it would be minor.  There is also the affirmative harm caused by disseminating propaganda for religion, which will only serve the interests of religion, the irrationality of which will keep the world in darkness and lies and therefore misery for yet another generation.

But sure, so long as a few people got some stamps and a Christmas card.  It's all cool.

You reward those who do good by saying "atta boy!" even though it doesn't solve all the problems because it's a start to something better.  To ignore and demean someone who does good because it doesn't solve all the problems will snuff that out.

If your goal is to continue with and contribute to the misery and suffering, Phinn, good job! I'm sure many people are very proud of you, especially the rich and powerful who want it this way.

It's not a start to anything good. It's a PR stunt to promote his brand, which in this case is collectivist flavor of Catholicism (or Catholic flavor of collectivism, I guess).

His organization produces nothing except doctrine and fiction posing as fact. Everything it gives it first takes from productive people, by propagating utter nonsense.

These 2,000 people got a card and some stamps. This stunt in trivial in terms of material benefit, but enormously important in terms of perpetuating the reputation of both religion generally and this man's economic bullshiat in particular, which will perpetuate and exacerbate the systemic causes of poverty and hardship for billions of people.

So, fark him.


Wow, what an asshole
2013-12-20 11:25:47 AM  
1 votes:
... and I misspelled Atheist on purpose.  Yeah, that's the ticket.
2013-12-20 11:21:34 AM  
1 votes:

Pangea: cardex: As an aithiast I like this pope. The first rule in picking a head cheer leader for invisible sky wizards should be don't pick an asshat. Only took the church 2000 ish years to figure it out.

You're a what now?


Aithiasts are a splinter group from the orthodox Athiests.  They are sinners who have wandered from the true Athiest path and are an anathema.

Also, PoFrank gave away calling cards and metro passes, things that are actually relevant and useful, as opposed to, say, giving a starving kid a bible (a picture of which I can't seem to find).
2013-12-20 11:16:57 AM  
1 votes:

Animatronik: Zeb Hesselgresser: RTFA

Well, somebody is trolling, but it ain't the Pope.

Yup. Conservatives, even the crazy ones, love immigrants who are here legally


LOL

 and would approve of an act of charity for illegal ones too.

MEGA LOL
2013-12-20 11:14:33 AM  
1 votes:

Phinn: PickleBarrel: Phinn: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?

Why should we celebrate a glimmer of light when the rest of the world is darkness?

Because you're wasting time, all while you're failing to uinderstand basic economic mechanisms that cause a nearly infinite multiple of hardship greater than this PR stunt alleviated.

But if time-wasting were the only problem, it would be minor.  There is also the affirmative harm caused by disseminating propaganda for religion, which will only serve the interests of religion, the irrationality of which will keep the world in darkness and lies and therefore misery for yet another generation.

But sure, so long as a few people got some stamps and a Christmas card.  It's all cool.

You reward those who do good by saying "atta boy!" even though it doesn't solve all the problems because it's a start to something better.  To ignore and demean someone who does good because it doesn't solve all the problems will snuff that out.

If your goal is to continue with and contribute to the misery and suffering, Phinn, good job! I'm sure many people are very proud of you, especially the rich and powerful who want it this way.

It's not a start to anything good. It's a PR stunt to promote his brand, which in this case is collectivist flavor of Catholicism (or Catholic flavor of collectivism, I guess).

His organization produces nothing except doctrine and fiction posing as fact. Everything it gives it first takes from productive people, by propagating utter nonsense.

These 2,000 people got a card and some stamps. This stunt in trivial in terms of material benefit, but enormously important in terms of perpetuating the reputation of both religion generally and this man's economic bullshiat in particular, which will perpetuate and exacerbate the systemic causes of poverty and hardship for billions of people.

So, fark him.


i750.photobucket.com
2013-12-20 11:12:26 AM  
1 votes:

Phinn: HotWingConspiracy: Phinn: Great.  An international calling card and a day pass for the metro.  And some stamps.

What about the other hmm...hmm billion people living in poverty and the other 364 days of the year?

What's your plan for them? Sounds like you have some alternatives.

Reason.  Evidence.  Science.  Freedom.


The Pope is already a Jesuit. Can't get more based in reason, evidence, science, and freedom than that.
2013-12-20 11:12:20 AM  
1 votes:

jaybeezey: Weaver95: This pope is going to be a real challenge for the us evangelical community. He isn't with the program, he's actually highlighting the fraud and hypocrisy endemic to this countries powerful semi-Christian organizations. It's going to make the mega churches look pretty bad. Oh they'll lie and say the pope doesn't matter...but the catholic church is pretty influential and everyone knows it.

I honestly don't know how limbaugh is gonna handle this one. It's a lose/lose situation for him and his prosperity gospel buddies.

You think the pope giving stamps to illegal immigrants in Italy is gonna get Limbaugh's feathers ruffled?

Don't pin all if your hopes on that one.


The only reason you have not seen apoplexy yet, is Rush hasn't had the time to bluster, coming soon.
I put my faith in Rush.
2013-12-20 11:02:16 AM  
1 votes:
This is classy warfare.

/how many divisions does Rush have?
2013-12-20 10:53:50 AM  
1 votes:

TheDirtyNacho: The other day I was in a waiting room and on the TV was the Fox Five, which appeared to be some show where talking heads 'debate' a topic for a few minutes at a time.  My god, it was awful.  Obvious common sense knowledge and facts were ignored, and one guy appeared to have so much plastic surgery that he had a permanent joker smile on his weird face.  Limbaugh et al, follow this same schtick.

The best way to deal with a slab of human ham like that is to ignore it.  I can't imagine going through life listening to it.


I've had to watch Fox & Friends a few times while sitting in a doctor's waiting room. You can feel your brain cells dying.
2013-12-20 10:50:23 AM  
1 votes:

Weaver95: This pope is going to be a real challenge for the us evangelical community. He isn't with the program, he's actually highlighting the fraud and hypocrisy endemic to this countries powerful semi-Christian organizations. It's going to make the mega churches look pretty bad. Oh they'll lie and say the pope doesn't matter...but the catholic church is pretty influential and everyone knows it.

I honestly don't know how limbaugh is gonna handle this one. It's a lose/lose situation for him and his prosperity gospel buddies.


North American evangelicals will just go back to burning crosses in front of the homes of Catholics, like God intended.
2013-12-20 10:47:24 AM  
1 votes:

Pangea: wildcardjack: This pope is merely the hottest marketer the Catholic church has had in centuries. Yes, it's all marketing. Washing the feet of the poor, carrying a populist message, not spouting homophobia (in an era when acceptance is widespread); everything is attention whorish and intended to fill pew seats.

Variant of the No True Scotsman? He'll probably recant everything now that you've seen through his clever ruse.

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Oh, he's the Truest Scotsman. Sheep farker to the end.

/And he eats his oatmeal without sugar.
2013-12-20 10:40:38 AM  
1 votes:

A Cave Geek: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 650x650]


Would it be appropriate to say the pope has more money than god?
2013-12-20 10:40:28 AM  
1 votes:

theorellior: Wellon Dowd: My dream dinner party will be attended by me, Pope Francis, Jennifer Lawrence, and the ugliest, most boring guy I can find.

That's a mean thing to do to Jennifer Lawrence.


I dunno, she'd probably like the chance to meet Frankie the Pope.
2013-12-20 10:36:25 AM  
1 votes:

MayoSlather: USA Jesus wouldn't give things to immigrants, he would take things away to inspire them to work harder. That's how it works here, you work hard in a servile role when you're a minority, and as a reward you're reincarnated as a White person to work hard at a desk job. Eventually you'll be reincarnated as a rich white republican and you don't have work hard at all, and you get to chastise the masses for wanting more and not working hard enough.


Samsara, 'Murican style.

/the final stage is, of course, derpvana
2013-12-20 10:35:15 AM  
1 votes:

devilEther: Biff_Steel: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Rotating tab of the month: Jennifer Lawrence, George Zimmerman, Pope Francis, etc.

Good idea. Don't forget about that actor dude that died in a car crash. I can't think of his name . . .

Paul Ryan


RAND PAUL
2013-12-20 10:31:00 AM  
1 votes:
Mention Rush or Sarah.............

Instant Green Light.

/Meh.
//What.
///Ever.
2013-12-20 10:28:42 AM  
1 votes:

robertus: [lh6.googleusercontent.com image 522x800]
Good


img.fark.net
2013-12-20 10:25:51 AM  
1 votes:

wildcardjack: This pope is merely the hottest marketer the Catholic church has had in centuries. Yes, it's all marketing. Washing the feet of the poor, carrying a populist message, not spouting homophobia (in an era when acceptance is widespread); everything is attention whorish and intended to fill pew seats.


Agreed.
But the Christian Taliban has placed itself about a mile to the right of this Pope.
And, naturally, they have not noticed nor seem to care.
We need a lot more whores getting the bright light of attention and see how it shakes.
2013-12-20 10:22:00 AM  
1 votes:
If you wake up some morning and find yourself politically right of a Catholic Pope, you are most certainly doing it wrong.
Take a hint.
2013-12-20 10:20:38 AM  
1 votes:

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Rotating tab of the month: Jennifer Lawrence, George Zimmerman, Pope Francis, etc.


Good idea. Don't forget about that actor dude that died in a car crash. I can't think of his name . . .
2013-12-20 10:17:06 AM  
1 votes:

Speaker2Animals: Mugato: I have no love for Rush or Palin but the Pope might a little more cred if he you know, didn't have his own country.

???


Yeah, I know. He's been in charge for like three months. You'd think he would've divested almost two millennia of accumulated wealth already. It's not like he's running into any opposition or anything. Hypocrite slacker.

/not Catholic, love this Pope
//he's headed in the right direction
///hope they let him live long enough
2013-12-20 10:17:02 AM  
1 votes:

Nabb1: quickdraw: Nabb1: Somehow, I don't think the Pope had them in mind when he did this.

Has anyone told you you seem a tad literal-minded?

Among other things, sure. Also, I don't see why some people think this is going to create controversy with evangelicals. Protestants don't really follow what the Pope says. That's sort of the point. And evangelicals loathe the Catholic Church and I remember when many considered JPII the Anti-Christ.


The point is the US right has drifted so far into a sea of derp, that the Pope seems like a libtard to them.
2013-12-20 10:05:50 AM  
1 votes:

Mugato: I have no love for Rush or Palin but the Pope might a little more cred if he you know, didn't have his own country.


Been hitting the eggnog a little early, have we? :)
2013-12-20 10:04:15 AM  
1 votes:
Subs I don't think the pope gives a fark about palin and limpbaugh
2013-12-20 09:39:03 AM  
1 votes:

BunkoSquad: I'm going to enjoy watching Bill Donahue's head slowly explode


i would pay to see that. him and bryan fischer.
2013-12-20 09:15:52 AM  
1 votes:

Nabb1: Somehow, I don't think the Pope had them in mind when he did this.


Has anyone told you you seem a tad literal-minded?
2013-12-20 09:13:07 AM  
1 votes:
Somehow, I don't think the Pope had them in mind when he did this.
2013-12-20 08:58:58 AM  
1 votes:

Weaver95: This pope is going to be a real challenge for the us evangelical community. He isn't with the program, he's actually highlighting the fraud and hypocrisy endemic to this countries powerful semi-Christian organizations. It's going to make the mega churches look pretty bad. Oh they'll lie and say the pope doesn't matter...but the catholic church is pretty influential and everyone knows it.

I honestly don't know how limbaugh is gonna handle this one. It's a lose/lose situation for him and his prosperity gospel buddies.


I hope not the same way they "handled" John Paul I.
2013-12-20 08:57:13 AM  
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This pope is going to be a real challenge for the us evangelical community. He isn't with the program, he's actually highlighting the fraud and hypocrisy endemic to this countries powerful semi-Christian organizations. It's going to make the mega churches look pretty bad. Oh they'll lie and say the pope doesn't matter...but the catholic church is pretty influential and everyone knows it.

I honestly don't know how limbaugh is gonna handle this one. It's a lose/lose situation for him and his prosperity gospel buddies.
2013-12-20 08:50:16 AM  
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We should have a Francis I tab.
 
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