Wednesday, September 02, 2009

O'Malley and Obama



O'Malley's Defense of the Indefensible.

I think you will find it as touching as I did. Especially when the Cardinal goes on about Placido Domingo and Yo Yo Ma and the 1000s lining the streets for Ted Kennedy.

From the mob calling for the crucifixtion to the mob storming the Bastille and cheering on the guillotine, has it ever been on the side of morality and right?

And the Cardinal made sure to endorse Obama's universal healthcare program. Heartwarming isn't it?

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Anonymous said...

I find this bizarre interest in celebrity also in Benedict with his warmth only orientation as far as we're allowed to see... toward Sarkosy (pro-choice)....and this after having been dismissive of Bob Dylan years prior in an interview. Why are Catholic leaders so smitten with celebrities once they rise to their particular pinnacle themselves.

Leila said...

What' the emoticon for sick to my stomach?

Did you see OTR today and take the quiz?

sue said...

Doesn't the cardinal get the fact that Ted Kennedy's "social teaching" was nothing more than political expedience. He brought home the bacon and with our money. That's not doing good it just the pragmatism of a seasoned pol. As far as I'm concerned his funeral was kind of a "Black Mass"