Thursday, May 28, 2009

Is It OK To Barf Now?
And the sheeple in the pews ohh and ahh

When The Zero spoke at Notre Damned, he made a move to become the leader of the American Catholic Church. And why not? Most of the USCCB are gutless cowards. Neeed I remind anyone that inly one fifth of our alleged shepherds even bothered to voice a dissenting opinion?

Anyhow, The South-Side Stooge has put forth one Dr. Miguel Díaz (an Obama contributor) to be the U.S. Ambassador to The Holy See. And how the sheeple will piss themselves at such an enlightened and wise choice.

But before everyone needs a change of Depends, allow me to have the bad manners to point out that Díaz is also the theological consultant for an abomination called Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good.

Here's some of their stances, with my comments.

The Dignity of the Human Person. Every human life – whether young or old, guilty or innocent, born or unborn – is both precious and sacred. That is unless your Obamassiah is in favor of letting children that have survived the abortion procedure die. Then they look the other way and smile, then mumble some bullshit about "the dignity of the human person".

The Common Good and Community. The best way to fulfill one's obligations of justice and love is to contribute to the common good according to one's means and the needs of others. Ahhh... "the needs of others". The phrase that's the polished turd of Socialist apologists everywhere.

The Common Good and Community - Human beings can only reach their full individual potential if they work to promote and protect the good of society as a whole. Doesn't salvation factor into the equation somewhere? Oops, silly me... you clowns expect Heaven on earth to happen. Guess what -- it ain't.

The Preferential Option for the Poor - The only way to foster the common good is to work together to radically improve the situation of society's poor and most vulnerable members. "Radically"? Like the old saying goes: work hard, millions on welfare are depending on you.

Rights and Responsibilities - Only by achieving these [basic elements ] and implementing them on a collective scale... Huh? A "collective scale". Sounds like another of Uncle Joe's Five Year Plans.

Role of Government and Subsidiarity - Government functions should be performed at the lowest level possible, as long as they can be performed adequately. Otherwise known as "The Nanny State".

Economic Justice - No person should amass excessive wealth when others lack the basic necessities of life. Says who? Who gave you the right to extort money from anyone who has fairly earned it? By the way "Catholics In Alliance" made no distinction between anyone who has lied, cheated and stole to amass wealth, and someone who gained such through hard work, fair play and Christian morality. I get the distinct impression that "Catholics In Alliance" look upon all the rich as evil.

Stewardship of God's Creation - Catholic tradition insists that we show respect for the Creator through our stewardship of creation, a stewardship that makes sure that we preserve our forests, maintain clean water sources, preserve species in the wild and maintain their natural habitats. Catholic tradition also insists that the human being comes before Snail Darters and Woodsy the Freakin' Owl. Human beings should not have to go hungry or jobless to protect some shit-eating fly on the Endangered Species List.

Promotion of Peace and Disarmament - The challenge of peace calls us to oppose war, nuclear conflict, weapons of mass destruction, and the arms race. If it weren't for nuclear weaponry, all you douche bags would be speaking Russian, living in a gulag and mining salt 20 hours a day until you died. Thank God for nukes. (That should send liberals into a complete tizzy.)

Global Solidarity and Development - We also have a commitment to work towards a just, even and fair development of our world, where no one society is exalted materially above the rest, and no other society is left, quite literally, in the dust. Development must respect the rights of all nations and their people, always promoting the moral, cultural and spiritual dimensions of each person. Silly Reagan. What he should have said was "Mr. Gorbachev, can I give you some money to strengthen that wall?"

2 Comments:

Blogger TCN said...

Thou shalt not kill. Period.

11:46 AM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

Why is it that I do not see this "article" in their list of thou shalts:

The promotion and fostering of young men to answer the call to Holy Orders and young women to lead the religious life should be of the highest import to every generation.

Uh oops, we are not really Catholic we are really New Age.

Damn Right!

7:24 PM  

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