Skip to comments.Palin Apologizes For Comments About Pope Francis
Posted on 12/11/2013 11:04:51 AM PST by BarnacleCenturionEdited on 12/11/2013 11:09:25 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Sarah Palin on Thursday apologized for comments that suggested Pope Francis might be adopting liberal positions.
Palin had said on CNN on Tuesday that the Pope has "had some statements that to me sound kind of liberal, has taken me aback, has kind of surprised me."
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Not only Marxist, but ignorant as well ..blitheringly astonishingly ignorant.
Nah! The Media would never lie!/sarc
Pissant ??? LOL
That brings back fond memories.
Not sure about the ignorance part except as only the willfully ignorant embrace Marxism. I'm thinking ideological. Like this gem from the same source
Just as the commandment Thou shalt not kill sets a clear limit in order to safeguard the value of human life, today we also have to say thou shalt not to an economy of exclusion and inequality. Such an economy killsAn economy of inequality is by definition a real economy. Should a surgeon get the same pay as a burger flipper or as a welfare parasite? Solid Marxism. This from a man who although he has no salary as such lives in a palace every bit as luxurious as the fanciest of lifestyles other of heads of state. I'm guessing he doesn't cook his own meals or do his own shopping either.
Here you go - this example is from the original document on 11/24/13
OF THE HOLY FATHER
TO THE BISHOPS, CLERGY,
AND THE LAY FAITHFUL
ON THE PROCLAMATION OF THE GOSPEL
IN TODAYS WORLD
page 46- #54
I want some of whatever drugs you are taking.
Why is she stumbling so much of late? I was surprised to her book is #383 on Amazon 2 weeks before Christmas. Beck’s latest came out 4 days after hers and is #15.
Pissant was entertaining, he upset the sheep.
He got tiffy with me at least one time that I can remember but its just typing.
Stop with the apologies already. It makes you look wrong and weak. The libtards do not care about the truth.
I hadn’t heard anything about Pissant and sheep but now that you mention it. Hmmm?
“If you have any direct quotes from Pope Francis saying anything against capitalism post them here. Articles from MSNBC and the Huffington Post are not valid.”
“Ethics a non-ideological ethics would make it possible to bring about balance and a more humane social order. With this in mind, I encourage financial experts and political leaders to ponder the words of one of the sages of antiquity: Not to share ones wealth with the poor is to steal from them and to take away their livelihood. It is not our own goods which we hold, but theirs.
Francis the pope.
” We can no longer trust in the unseen forces and the invisible hand of the market. Growth in justice requires more than economic growth, while presupposing such growth: it requires decisions, programmes, mechanisms and processes specifically geared to a better distribution of income, the creation of sources of employment and an integral promotion of the poor which goes beyond a simple welfare mentality. I am far from proposing an irresponsible populism, but the economy can no longer turn to remedies that are a new poison, such as attempting to increase profits by reducing the work force and thereby adding to the ranks of the excluded.”
Francis the pope.
” It is vital that government leaders and financial leaders take heed and broaden their horizons, working to ensure that all citizens have dignified work, education and healthcare.”
Francis the pope.
Personally, however, I don't think any human is infallible.
You are funny
‘BAAA BAAA BAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH”
‘Pissant, is that you back there behind that sheep??”
This might be a good place to repost something I’ve posted before on this subject. The Washington Post also doesn’t quite tell the full story IMO:
Just to clarify my comment to Jake Tapper about Pope Francis, it was not my intention to be critical of Pope Francis. I was reminding viewers that we need to do our own homework on news subjects, and I hadnt done mine yet on the Popes recent comments as reported by the media. Knowing full well how often the media mischaracterizes a persons comments (especially a religious leaders), I dont trust them to get it right when it comes to reporting on the Vatican. I do, however, trust my many Catholic friends and family, including some excellent Catholic writers, who have since assured me that Pope Francis is as sincere and faithful a shepherd of his church as his two predecessors whom I admired. I apologize for not being clearer in my response, thus opening the door to critical media that does what it does best in ginning up controversy.
Sounds like to me, Gov. Palin had some good advice there. By the way, if one actually watches the interview in question (http://thelead.blogs.cnn.com/2013/11/12/sarah-palin-taken-aback-by-pope-franciss-liberal-statements/) objectively, she doesnt even say flat out then that she thought Francis was a liberal. She said it sounds like he is,BUT she doesnt want to base her opinion solely on what the media has reported on him. She even said that then, during the interview, and repeated it for clarity in her Facebook post quoted above (from Nov 14)
So in reality, Gov. Palin never had anything to apologize for, other than not being clear (to some people’s ears). Again, she clearly said in the interview if that it “sounds like” (Pope Francis) is “liberal”, but that she didn’t wish to base such an opinion on what the media has reported on Pope Francis. That she believed then (and still did as of Nov 14) that it was best for EVERYONE to look at ALL the facts themselves (which necessarily means not just isolated quotes of the Pope, taken OUT of context) and base one’s opinion on same, NOT just the media’s spin!
Something, it seems, many FReepers are neglecting to do. I wonder why, all of a sudden, when the Pope is the story or anything Catholic, it seems as though more than a few are willing to gobble up what the media reports alone, and “run” with it. Never mind, I think I know the answer to that question.
For anyone interested in the truth, rather than wallowing in the filth of willful ignorance, listen here: http://www.avemariaradio.net/archive-categories/kresta-in-the-afternoon
Scroll down to Kresta in the Afternoon, and find the Dec 2nd recording, hour 1.
Thanks again to Sum Pro Vita.
The original (Spanish) states:
54. En este contexto, algunos todavía defienden las teorías del «derrame», que suponen que todo crecimiento económico, favorecido por la libertad de mercado, logra provocar por sí mismo mayor equidad e inclusión social en el mundo…
With the above, here's how it fits in the English:
54. In this context, some people continue to defend trickle-down theories [NB: Sp, teorías del «derrame», theories of spillage] which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably [NB: Sp, por sí mismo, by itself] succeed in bringing about greater justice [NB: Sp, equidad, equity] and inclusiveness in the world.
While I understand that "teorías del «derrame»" is often used in Spanish the same way that "trickle-down" is used by leftist academics in this country, there is a HUGE difference between "inevitable" and "by itself". There is also a pretty significant difference between "equity" and "justice."
Now having said that, please don't take me for a sycophant. I have previously expressed significant concerns with Art. 202, where he states "Inequality is the root of social ills." (Sp: La inequidad es raíz de los males sociales.)...the reason I have concern is that it contradicts so much of the teachings of prior popes (who have mostly stated that inequality is the natural, God-ordained, order of things).
not everyone agrees with you
..I miss my bud--bomb throwing and all...
Many years ago our local big-city newspaper said that a recent Pope’s encyclical said that a Catholic widow was not allowed to re-marry.
It took several weeks and many complaints for the paper to apologize and to print the actual words in the Pope’s encyclical which were that when a woman was used to a healthy and normal sex life with her husband, she sometimes resorted to trysts after her husband’s death in order to assure herself that she was still appreciated as a woman, and that she must not fall into that trap.
Quite a difference between the truth and the paper’s original reporting.