Thursday, September 24, 2015

"... take my shoe off and trow it to him"

Link to video

"One D.C. woman is surely hell-bound after CNN’s livefeed caught audio of her discussing a desire to throw her shoe at Pope Francis’s head before his address to Congress Thursday."

I get the feeling, in Congress, they know more about Islamic insults than they do the United States Constitution. 

9 comments:

ricpic said...

Not one mention of God in this Pope's address to Congress.

bagoh20 said...

That would require a trigger warning.

edutcher said...

His speech apparently was a Lefty mess.

No mention of Christ, one small nod about abortion, nothing on IS massacres of Christians, nothing on persecution of Christians here amid the usual Lefty dreck about immigration, climate change, and wealth inequality.

What, the Choom Gang has something on him, too; he's afraid to ruffle His Poutiness'
feathers?

Lem said...

Don't forget, in Kentucky they would put him in jail.

Rabel said...

What the Pope says and what you read about what the Pope says are two different things.

Rabel said...

As far as the Golden Rule, I would have the Mexican government do unto me a hot meal, a cold cerveza, and a comfortable ride back to the border if I entered Mexico in violation of their laws.

Rabel said...

I mean, the mofo's got a lotta nerve preaching about God and peace and compassion and brotherly love and the Golden Rule - just who does he think he is, the Pope or something.

edutcher said...

Rabel said...

What the Pope says and what you read about what the Pope says are two different things

True, but he acts like he's still in Cuba.

If there's a place that needs strong words on real issues, not phony climate change, it's right here.

KCFleming said...

Rabel, this Pope's remarks seems to need a considerable amount of clarifying.

I don't recall the Apostles running back after each sermon saying, What Jesus really meant was....
Although that did occur after His death, to be sure.