I've never seen the Simpsons, but let me guess:is itthe very embodiment of antiwhite, anti-middle class, anti-father crassness?
<H2>Homer Simpson is Catholic</H2>
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Date: October 19th, 2010</DIV>
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Nutty News The Vatican - The official Vatican newspaper has declared that beer-swilling, doughnut-loving Homer Simpson and son Bart are Catholics — and what’s more, it says that parents should not be afraid to let their children watch the adventures of the little guys in yellow. That study concludes that The Simpsons is among the few TV programs for kids in which Christian faith, religion and questions about God are recurrent themes. More…
I just learned something. Did you know that destruction of borders is essential to preserving classic ameriKan religious freedom?
Bishops say government eroding religious liberty
By RACHEL ZOLL
AP Religion Writer
I'm certainly glad we have these priests to embody Christian conservatism.
I'm truly sorry for the victims in the following story, but just itching to know whether it colors in any way the survivors' opinion on the immigration fight. Catholic hierarchies openly push for open borders and insist that we've got to welcome all who pour in across them without "discrimination". This is not the first case of vocations getting maimed by border breakers by any means. How bad does it have to get for them to admit they've been dead wrong about it? Ahh, maybe the killer's contrition will make it all better.
Illegal Alien, Not Deported In Time, Gets 20 Years For Killing A Nun
The man convicted in the deadly Bristow, Va., accident that killed a nun was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison.
Police said Carlos Martinelly-Montano, in the United States illegally, was drunk when he slammed his car into another car in 2010. The crash killed Sister Denise Mosier and injured two other nuns. He was convicted of felony murder in October -- a conviction his attorneys said they plan to appeal -- and pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and driving without a license.
In court Friday, Montano pleaded at length for mercy, New4's Julie Carey reported. He told the judge he has reformed in prison, found God and hopes to become a pastor.
"I'm extremely sorry for the destruction and harm I've put the sisters and their families through," Montano said. "I feel horrible about myself for what I have done. I take full responsibility for my actions and I accept my penalty."
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Church (Popes) Against the Market
Free market Economists cringe when they read statements like those of Pope Paul VI: "If one is in extreme necessity, he has the right to procure for himself what he needs out of the riches of others." (Gaudium et Spes 69:10 , Dec. 7, 1965) and Pope John Paul II: "Private property, in fact, is under a 'social mortgage'" (Encyclical Sollicitudo rei socialis, 42, 30 December 1987).
The Protestant Left is not much better (from an economics perspective), defining capitalism as “a comprehensive system, encompassing economic, political and social realities globally, in which a relatively small elite exploits and oppresses the majority of mankind” (Craig M. Gay, 1991, With Liberty and Justice for Whom? The Recent Evangelical Debate over Capitalism, Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, pp. 22-23). Fortunately, the Protestant and Catholic Right has not accepted such uninformed views. For example, the Chilean evangelical church tends to be very conservative theologically, rejecting the leftist worldview of Craig Gay and the Popes.
However, the Chilean Left is empowered and bolstered by popish doctrines which are based on socialist or communist ideologies. The papist worldview in Chile provides fertile ground for socialists, such as Camila Vallejo, to sprout like brambles. Yet this view is quite wrong, denying the facts of history and economic theory. The church did not prosper under the socialist governments of the Twentieth Century. Nor has socialism truly favored the poor.
Today's Chilean poor and Chilean churches are not better because of public policies promoted by socialists, communists and leftist ideologues. On the contrary, Chile's prosperity is due in large part to the policies of liberty: more market and less government. If churches in Chile want to thrive and alleviate the suffering of the poor, they need to support free market policies: (1) reduce government regulation, (2) privatize all universities and other public enterprises, (3) eliminate one-third of all government ministries and (4) lower taxes (especially VAT and import tariffs since, being regressive in nature, they disproportionately hurt the poor).
The free market distributes dividends to society while leftist ideology makes people pay them, creating a harder life for most of them. Therefore, Evangelicals and Catholics should support markets instead of socialism, wayward Popes and Protestant leftists notwithstanding.
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Last edited by Nelson4; 04-04-2012 at 07:45 PM.
Mmmm, rich!! Of course Popoid is spouting political correctness -- what else has any public priest, cardinal or Pope done during the gew age?
Life in the gew age is very simple: gews set the agenda, issues and priorities and din them in everybody's ear all day every day through their wholly owned mass media cartels. Church bodies and virtually all other institutions, not to mention millions or billions of individuals, simply fall under the sway of this onslaught and never get up on their two feet again. The gews decree, and they conform.
Popey is as acutely aware of what happens to a John Rocker for publicly speaking even a few words of plain, politically incorrect truth. Not only would the media blister him if he came out for what really matters, but he'd be lynched on site by millions of media-imprinted Catholics. The gews have quite a system, and it's been serving them well since they started openly torching civilization in the 1960s -- actually way, WAY before that. In fact every pope anymore knows what happened to their predecessor Pope John Paul I -- you know, the same as what happens to everybody around Obama or Billary that knows too much. A highly improbable sudden death, then a trip down the memory hole.
The Pope and Basic Economics
By Andrew P. Napolitano