Friday, April 03, 2009

Profile In Cowardice
"I dunno"

Here is some of the article from LifeSiteNews; (Emphasis mine) Head of Holy Cross Order on Sanctions against Notre Dame Pres., "That's Rather Extreme"

When asked, "Should Obama have been invited?" Cleary responded, "I don't know what to say about that."

ROME, April 2, 2009 - The head of the religious order to which the president of the University of Notre Dame, Fr. John Jenkins, belongs told LifeSiteNews.com in an exclusive interview today that the order has no plans to impose any disciplinary measures over the recent scandal.

Fr. Hugh Cleary, the Superior General of the Congregation of the Holy Cross, spoke to LSN today in Rome. When asked if it were possible to levy any formal canonical sanctions against Fr. John Jenkins, Notre Dame's president, or any of the five members of the university's board that belong to the order, Fr. Cleary responded, "I really don't know."

"The life issues are the most important issues, but there is a certain etiquette to be followed."

On the question of whether Obama should have been invited to Notre Dame in the first place, he said, "I don't know what to say about that."
Feigning ignorance is a favorite tactic of those who desire to cover their own sorrowful ass.

2 Comments:

Blogger Greta said...

Where is the outrage that the comment by the Pope and Williamson denial of the numbers of Jews killed and method raised all over the Catholic and worldwide community? Williams made a comment about the accuracy of facts on something that happend 60 plus years ago. BO is the butcher in cheif of the party that loves to kill human babies and use humans for medical reserach since they have only reached embryo stage of human life.

10:45 PM  
Blogger Al said...

Fr. Cleary responded, "I really don't know."

This is:
A: A copout
B: Ignorance showing his unfitness to lead
C: A lie
D: An excuse to justify not doing anything
E: All of the above


As for this: On the question of whether Obama should have been invited to Notre Dame in the first place, he said, "I don't know what to say about that."

This IS a lie & a copout. He does know what to say. Non ha il coraggio.

Perche? His "coglioni" are MIA. (I have great confidence that the average cave reader will be able to figure out what I mean without a translation. & I can get away without a harsh language alert for those who don't.)

12:25 AM  

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