Daily Archives: May 8, 2012
After his latest intervention, it is absolutely clear Joe Biden is a great weapon in the hands of Mitt Romney. A man able to say his “evolving” president isn’t “evolved” enough, whilst he is absolutely comfortable with so-called same sex marriage, exposes the hypocrisy of both: of Obama, who clearly wants to be perceived as the one who will deliver the goods, but can’t say it before the election; of Biden, because he shows the falseness of the official B.O. opinion.
Or perhaps Joe Biden is simply stupid; so stupid that he cannot understand he makes his boss look false even in the eyes of his own supporters. Now they’ll have to explain how the President can’t come out in favour of sodomy, but his VP can; or alternatively, how they want to try to be smart, but if Joe Biden is in your ticket this is not in the cards.
I can’t wait now for BO’s spin doctors trying to persuade us this is part of an intelligent strategy by which they let the one look very stupid and the other extremely false, which will then lead people to trust them because…. well, because they are so smart.
I am glad Joe Biden is the VP candidate again. I truly am. There is only one thing which would make him an even more suitable VP candidate.
Reblog of the day
Originally posted on Mundabor's Blog:
Read on Rorate Caeli the always intelligent considerations as to where the SSPX is in respect to the talks with Rome, and how this position is perfectly coherent with what Archbishop Lefebvre always did.
I found the last lines of particular interest:
The ball is on Rome’s court, where the Pope […] can, simply with his signature, confer the widest prerogatives to the work directed by the Swiss prelate from the Valais. He can eventually acknowledge this recent thesis that defended, in Rome, that, “the authority of the magisterium of Vatican II is that of a homily in the 1960s.” Had not he himself affirmed that the Council “deliberately chose to remain on a modest level, as a merely pastoral council”?
Words of wisdom, I think, and after 50 years of folly perhaps it is high time to go back to the sanity of the Church as she was…
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I am not among those who say that money is filthy. If you ask me, poverty can corrupt much more easily than wealth. Also, I do not think money makes one stupid. If one says stupid things after making (or marrying) money, it means one wasn’t much of a genius before making (or marrying) it.
The poster girl of this rather obvious conclusion is Melinda Gates, the wife of the rather better known Bill. Melinda Gates married money, big times, and like many of the wives of her cohorts is now in desperate needs to do something with her life, feel important and “good”, and go around telling everyone how she wants to change the world.
The lady is so confused, you would think she is a progressive nun. She brings the concept “cafeteria Catholic” to a new height, because she says herself she picks and chooses, without any of the shame or excuses you would otherwise find elsewhere (like: we have been misinterpreted; we are shocked at being told we are heretics; the holy ghost send us a text message, and the like). Nay, she says it as if it was something good.
Decidedly, money can’t buy you a brain.
Mrs Melinda Gate, who has now decided to spend an awful lot of the money she has married on contraception, is on record with the following pearl of stupidity:
“I had to wrestle with which pieces of religion do I use and believe in my life, what would I counsel my daughters to do”
She wrestles-with-which-pieces-of-religion-to-use. What is this, an April joke? And she says she is a Catholic! Has this woman’s brain ever been switched on?
Needless to say, she hides herself under the usual “good examples”, which in this case are the usual oh so social heretical nuns. You will be surprised, in this case they are the otherwise rather well-reputed Ursulines, which, as it turns out, also belong to the LCWR.
In the words of the lady:
“They said, ‘We’re all for you. We know this is a difficult issue to speak on, but we absolutely believe that you’re living under Catholic values.’ And it was just so heartening.”
The soi-disant nuns aren’t brighter than the lady, but being nuns they are, if at all possible, even more culpable than she is.
Notice how the so called crackdown of the Vatican on this bunch of witches hasn’t improved anything. They will pay some lip service to Rome, and will continue to bark just as loud, certain of impunity.
Melinda gates married money, but this wasn’t enough to buy her some decency, or common sense. The nuns are probably too old to remember what either is.
Will we have to wait another 40 years before something some energetic against these females is finally undertaken? Will we have to wait another 20 before the likes of Melinda Gates are excommunicated? How long will the Church hierarchy continue to look at this scandal and shame without doing anything worthy of being called “action”?
Mala tempora currunt.