Monday, December 26, 2005

Race Baiting, Gumbleton Style
h/t to Gerald Augustinus

Noted left-wing mouthpiece, friend to Modernists, commie pinko sympathizer, part time Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit, and winner of the 2005 Edith Bunker Look-A-Like Contest, Thomas J. Gumbleton has yet again given Catholics the opportunity to be embarrassed by one of our clerics.

In one of Gumby's recent sermons dated Dec. 18th, 2005, he stated the following;

"Gov. Schwarzenegger in California refused to give clemency to Stanley 'Tookie' Williams, the black man who was on death row. Gov. Schwarzenegger, I guess, thought that he knew best how to judge people."

It's irrelevant if one was in favor or against the execution of quadruple murderer, Tookie Williams. What caught my attention was that Presider Gumby made a point of stating that he was black. Anyone who even slightly followed this story knew damn good and well that Williams was black. Gumby never went out of his way to state that the Ahh-nuld was white. Hmmmm.... I wonder why? Wait, I think I know why! Isn't that called "Race Baiting"?

Oh, and by the way, Gumby... as the Governor of the State of California, Schwarzenegger most certainly can judge if someone is to be granted clemency. I guess the Gumbinator missed that particular Civics class that day. Probably the same day he missed his Catholicism 101 class.

But if anyone is still confused as to who exactly who Thomas J. Gumbleton is, this may refresh your memory;

From the pulpit. A "Catholic bishop" said this on Oct. 23, 2005 concerning those that serve this nation in the Armed Forces; "Well, it's because they're soldiers; as military people generally are, they've been taught to hate".


Blogger Rick Lugari said...

You dissin' my dissident socialist auxiliary? The nerve! I'll have you know that he couldn't have been race baiting because he was speaking to a predominantly black congregation when he said that...oh, wait...then again, maybe...

Anyway, it wasn't even the Arnold who "judged" Tookie. It was a jury of his peers. The bishop's gripe is with the average person who had to live along side of Tookie waiting to be his next victim.

8:03 PM  
Blogger Tito said...

What a piece of work.

8:04 PM  
Anonymous Michael said...

And don't forget this little gem that came from the mouth of Gumby during the New Ways Ministry convention in Louisville, KY:

"Homosexuals are able to function and grow at least as well as heterosexuals. They are able to be creative, put in a hard day's work, act as citizens, help their neighbor. Somewhat surprisingly, they make love more humanely, largely because they are better able empathetically to feel what their partner is feeling."

9:52 AM  
Blogger Gillibrand said...

The facts of the case

if you wish to let Graz know what you think about the Governor's name being removed from the stadium. They understand English.

10:38 AM  
Anonymous Former Altar Boy said...

Not only was Tookie, the cold-blooded killer of four people including two children judged by a jury, he was judged twice - once in the guilt phase and again in the penalty phase. King of the Crips lost every appeal and all his writs of habeas corpus were denied by higher courts. Finally, the governor did no "judge" Tookie as he didn't have that power. He had the power to offer executice clemency which he chose not to do. Hopefully Tookie asked Our Lord for forgiveness before he went off to his REAL judgment.

8:35 PM  

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