Skip to comments.Left's response to Pope Francis? [Vanity]
Posted on 03/13/2013 2:35:26 PM PDT by fwdude
Anyone have the stomach to see what the pervert websites are saying about the new Pope (besides the MSM?) I can't bring myself to read these anymore.
If the lefties have their panties in a bunch over this, he must have been a good selection.
They already trotted out the old accusation he tried to get two dissident priests executed by the Argentine junta and was a lackey for the anti-communist dictatorship.
Andrew Sullivan used it to take a swipe at Paul Ryan....bizarre.
Who cares? Not even the protestants could rain on my parade today!!
This Protestant wouldn't think of it. This is a day of celebration for the Catholic Church. Congratulations on what appears to be a very solid pick!
Have they claimed voter fraud yet?
It's often good to know what the enemy is up to. Just sayin'.
I am ambivalent about the new pope choice....
I would have much preferred they chose Ann Barnhardt, but I guess this dude will due since they don’t pick female popes...
who was the first pope? who picked him? just curious.
Anything that the American left, (aka Marxist, Communist, and Obots) do not like, I love.
The left can go suck eggs.
I’m seeing a lot of hate from the left already. They were hoping for a “progressive” pope... one that would be fine with gay marriage, abortion, and who knows what else.
The first Pope was a guy named Peter. He was picked by a guy called Jesus. True story. See Matthew 16:19.
Even the most "liberal" Cardinal in the conclave wouldn't break with church teachings on those issues, even if he ignored them and focused on "social justice" issues that the left loves. I don't see why liberal Catholics who want the church to support abortion, gay marriage, women priests, etc. just don't simply become Episcopalian.
I'm protestant myself, but I applaud and celebrate the Catholic church who - against intense opposition - continues as one of the few institutions to hold up a blazing torch against the gathering darkness...
Celebrities, like the rest of us, weighed in on the selection of a new Pope via Twitter today. Some cracked corny jokes, others seemed keen on knowing who the new Pontiff might be.
Others, like the host of FX's Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, simply saw the event as a way to smite the Church anew.
The left would have complained if he was not openly gay.
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