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  • WH Won't Say if Clinton Broke Law by Using Personal Email

    03/03/2015 5:00:49 PM PST · 10 of 27
    livius to GreyFriar

    I would bet the WH told her to do this. Obama may have been setting her up, of course, but I think it was really because he had no intention of letting her be a real Secretary of State (since one of the reasons she was always off partying in Brazil or wherever was that Obama never let her go on any serious visits, and only summoned her into the public eye when he didn’t want to take the heat for something).

    He didn’t want any official connection with her and told her to set up a private account. There’s no way a Secretary of State would have done this otherwise.

    She would certainly have been fine with it, of course, because the Clintons have always been weird and secretive, but also because she seems to have been genuinely intimidated by Bambi.

  • I'm Back After 6 Weeks in Hospital, Thanks for Prayers (Ecumenical, No Fighting)

    03/03/2015 4:54:47 PM PST · 21 of 45
    livius to Mrs. Don-o

    Welcome back! What an experience! God is always “improving” us, even when we’re preoccupied with total personal misery...

    I’m so glad that you’re back and well again. And I’ve got to go out and look up more on Elizabeth Anscombe - I always learn something from your posts! She sounds like she could be a saint for us all.

  • The Emperor’s New Gender (Why Pope Francis is speaking out)

    03/03/2015 4:26:32 PM PST · 8 of 10
    livius to piusv; ebb tide

    He mentioned it, although not exactly in those words, in a homily he gave somewhere, possibly in the Philippines. It wasn’t that specific.

    And then, almost immediately afterwards, he invited the “transgendered” woman from Spain who believes she is becoming a man, told the diocese they had to pay for her trip, and, according to her, “affirmed” her.

    The poor soul is very deluded, and actually knew she was doing something insane and evil. She didn’t start the procedure until after her mother had died, even though she was already living with her girlfriend which her mother didn’t like but could accept - but she said that she knew that doing the “transgender” process would kill her mother, so she didn’t do it.

    And then we have Pope Foolish the First, who swans up, ever-desirous of publicity and the approval of the world, and invites her to Rome to make up for her “mistreatment.” She had complained to the Pope that her parish priest had told her that Satan was tempting her (which was exactly what was happening), so of course the Pope had to get involved, right?

  • 5 Ways ‘Parks And Recreation’ Turned Into Socialist Propaganda

    03/03/2015 11:40:43 AM PST · 5 of 31
    livius to OddLane

    I watched it once a couple of years ago and I thought it was socialist propaganda even at that time. I’ve never watched it since.

    It was so political that it wasn’t even funny. It deals with unionized city employees being harassed by evil Republicans and something that sounded to me like a Scott Walker governor, so what more do you need to know about it?

  • Benjamin Netanyahu: Iran and ISIS are competing for the crown of militant Islam.

    03/03/2015 11:37:22 AM PST · 7 of 13
    livius to E. Pluribus Unum

    Netanyahu is right, but I think the reason Obama (Sunni) is promoting Iran (Shiite) all of a sudden is that he thinks he’s going to be The Won to bring together both sides of Islam in a devastating attack on the West. He thinks he is the new caliph of a hitherto undreamed of caliphate that would unify these groups.

    Watch for when Michelle bails on Obama (I think she’s having too good a time and doesn’t want to become a Muslim bag-wearing wife) and then you’ll know when he has decided to go full Muslim.

  • Defending “Rome” (Just War policy)

    03/03/2015 2:59:23 AM PST · 7 of 9
    livius to NYer

    It’s in Spanish (Infovaticana, a Spanish Church news site). The Pope met with CERNA, which is the North African Bishops’ Conference.

    In addition to everything else, he said the that whole problem is lack of understanding, which is the cause of violence. He said that education is the only solution, “education in the discovery and acceptance of difference as richness and fertility.” A truly meaningless statement, and one that particularly makes no sense in the context of ISIS (most of whose leaders are well educated and in fact were educated amidst great “diversity” in the West).

    With words like this from the Pope, I think it’s small wonder that Rome, as Robert Royal pointed out, seems to be clueless and in denial about the threat.

  • For San Diego, Francis Looks Left

    03/02/2015 3:35:28 PM PST · 4 of 12
    livius to BlessedBeGod; NRx

    Hideous. And he was the vicar for the awful SF Archbishop John Quinn, his “mentor,” for over a decade.

    The Pope is working hard to destroy the Church in the very places that it seemed finally to be recovering.

  • Defending “Rome” (Just War policy)

    03/02/2015 3:31:02 PM PST · 4 of 9
    livius to NYer

    The Pope just gave a visiting delegation of North African bishops a long lecture on how they had to “promote dialogue with Islam” and “not proselytize” for Christianity. (To my knowledge, none of them are doing that anyway, alas.) In any case, he also told them to learn Arabic and become familiar with the Koran.

    So I think when ISIS arrives in Rome, they’ll find that they really didn’t have to bother.

  • Vatican on alert amid threat of Islamist attacks

    03/02/2015 2:23:06 PM PST · 7 of 8
    livius to mojito

    That’s ok, the Pope has it under control - he was out telling a large number of ME bishops that they had to make more of an effort to “dialogue” with Islam. They’re supposed to learn Arabic and become familiar with the Koran, according to the Pope, who also said that education prevents “religious people” from being violent. The Pope is living in a different universe, where time stopped in 1965, and “all we are saying, is give peace a chance...”

  • Lavrov to Raise Issue of Christians' Protection With UNHRC in Geneva

    03/02/2015 7:12:12 AM PST · 3 of 7
    livius to mac_truck

    The Russians are being much better on this issue than the US.

  • Senior official on Netanyahu's plane: Congress must be made aware of Iran deal concessions

    03/01/2015 5:36:12 PM PST · 31 of 40
    livius to Starboard

    The problem is that Congress knows, but even now when the GOP holds the majority, they’re too scared to do anything.

  • Kierra’onna Rice shot dead in fight with girls after a Facebook feud (Alabama)

    03/01/2015 4:49:51 PM PST · 69 of 90
    livius to Gay State Conservative; george76

    I am disgusted by the comments here. Don’t be cruel. It doesn’t become conservatives to be spiteful and nasty.

    These kids were totally dysfunctional...and empowered and armed by the Obama regime, which doesn’t care when black teenagers kill each other.

    That’s because it’s not a media moment, since they do it all the time. But we are mostly Christians, Jews or what Dante called the “virtuous pagans,” that is, polytheists or deists acting on the basis of Natural Law, and I think it would be wonderful to stop attacking these people and think about how we could help them.

    Even though helping them conflicts with Obama’s plan for class and race warfare and the destruction of the US.

  • Fr. Leatherby has pneumonia, please pray for him

    03/01/2015 4:41:01 PM PST · 9 of 15
    livius to CharlesOConnell

    Don’t know who he is, but he sounds good. Prayers for him

    Walking pneumonia usually means that you have pneumonia but you can still walk around - coughing and hacking, but you’re still on your own two feet.

    It’s wearing but not fatal, and he should rest and take whatever they give him.

  • Is Confession Dead?

    03/01/2015 2:37:45 PM PST · 23 of 61
    livius to Ray76

    He had actually been very good. VII had been a problem (he was from the generation of priests just before it) but the real crunch came after the introduction of the new Mass in 1970. He was devastated, because he used to celebrate beautifully, and he was indeed very devout.

    But he had no support. The pastor was so upset by all of this that he literally retired to his room and he was drunk every time I saw him. And the other assistant suddenly discovered in his inner gay, pot-smoking guy and was out with the teenage boys, smoking dope and helping them fix their cars...well, sort of. I think, though, that he did leave the priesthood before approaching any of the boys, because he was gone not too long after the introduction of the New Mass.

    The other priest hung on for a while, but then was captured by this rather predatory woman and left the priesthood and married her. I will say that he acted honorably, because he no longer believed the religion or accepted its dictates. So after the initial year or so, when he was evicting people from the confessionals because of his own conscience, he gave up and went off, married the woman, and ended up as an alcohol counselor in an oil camp somewhere.

    VII was the source of incredible misery.

  • Is Confession Dead?

    03/01/2015 2:09:34 PM PST · 15 of 61
    livius to Ken522

    What killed confession were the horrible Vatican II clergy and bishops. I had a relative who was literally thrown out of the confessional by the priest (a formerly devout priest who went berserk after VII and then turned out to be carrying on an affair with a woman he had met at her husband’s funeral). The priest told him there was no need to go more than once a year unless he had killed somebody.

  • The truth about the Sound of Music family

    03/01/2015 12:34:28 PM PST · 55 of 119
    livius to Borges

    Their real life was actually a lot harder. They were seriously devout and Catholic, as I know from contacts, and were not just doing it for show.

    Several of the children, after they grew to adulthood and married, went off to be missionaries but there were a couple of of others who had ended up living in New York or nearby. I met one of them once - it may have been Johannes - but I met him in Canada.

    Movies always go for the drama and the stereotype, simply because it’s recognizable to audiences that may not know a lot about the topic. So this isn’t a bad thing, but it’s also not history.

  • Madonna decries French anti-Semitism: ‘It feels like Nazi Germany’

    03/01/2015 12:26:17 PM PST · 18 of 35
    livius to E. Pluribus Unum

    She’s an idiot, but even idiots have moments of illumination.

  • Here is what the Archdiocese of Boston wants for the priesthood...

    03/01/2015 12:25:12 PM PST · 4 of 8
    livius to cleghornboy

    I forgot to mention that the US Jesuits had the highest rate of AIDS, followed by the Franciscans, during the time that it was a serious problem.

  • Here is what the Archdiocese of Boston wants for the priesthood...

    03/01/2015 12:23:32 PM PST · 3 of 8
    livius to AU72

    Well, he is a Jesuit...the gayest order in the US and everywhere else, from what I know.

    St Ignatius de Loyola is probably whirring so fast in his grave that the ground is exploding, but that doesn’t matter. The Jesuits (even though there are some very good, non-gay ones, such as Fr. Fessio) have been completely coopted by the gays.

    And don’t forget that the current pope, Pope Francis - aka, Pope Foolish Trendy the First - is a Jesuit.

  • Scott Walker: 'My View Has Changed' on Amnesty

    03/01/2015 12:00:29 PM PST · 6 of 45
    livius to entropy12

    I think there should be penalties, but frankly, there were far fewer illegal immigrants (from Latin America) before Obama took over and gave 500,000 per year of their legal slots to “immigrants from Muslim lands.” He did this less than a week after his inauguration, and the Muslim quota has come out of the Latin American quota and has been increasing every year.

    So I think it’s legal immigration we have to look at and adjust. We don’t need more Muslims.

  • Restaurant chain invites the pope (and you) to try its Lent menu

    02/27/2015 6:15:55 PM PST · 28 of 29
    livius to NYer

    I did an Orthodox Lent one year...needless to say, no Orthodox person outside of a very strict monastery ever does it. However, it was common in the Western Church as well until a few hundred years ago.

    No meat, of course, but also no eggs or dairy products, and in monasteries or really strict households, no oil, either. We kept a fast where you didn’t eat meat or dairy, but you could eat fish, and since we didn’t have much money, it was always cheap canned tuna fish or sardines. No crab cakes!

    It was a good fast, although you ended up living mostly on grains and legumes, but it you really did have to work at it. However, the important thing is to have community support for your fasting - when I was a kid, nobody in New York even touched meat during Lent! Including most of my Jewish friends...

  • Restaurant chain invites the pope (and you) to try its Lent menu

    02/27/2015 6:06:41 PM PST · 27 of 29
    livius to Redcitizen

    I’ll go look for it!

  • Family sues Sonoma County over standoff that ended in suicide

    02/27/2015 2:45:35 PM PST · 10 of 30
    livius to Wolfie

    Well, it’s not breaking pro-dead guy with me. Having known somebody who made verbal threats to his wife and children and then killed himself only after he arrived at the house and found they had fled, I’m not sympathetic.

    This guy would probably have killed himself anyway, and the reason the tear gas was fired into the attic was to force him out (where he would not have been shot, btw) so that they could get him out of there without having to enter the house and risk other deaths, including his own.

    The mother is just dialing for dollars.

  • Walker Would End Campus Rape Reports (Another Liberal's head explodes!)

    02/27/2015 2:40:42 PM PST · 2 of 14
    livius to Cincinatus' Wife

    Camille Paglia had a very good article about this. I’ll have to see if I can find it.

    She’s a non-PC lesbian, and except for the lesbian bit, everybody here would probably agree with her. And she’s a good writer.

  • Restaurant chain invites the pope (and you) to try its Lent menu

    02/27/2015 2:38:52 PM PST · 6 of 29
    livius to NYer

    Looks great! I always feel guilty during Lent because I am a very good vegetarian and seafood cook, and I suspect we actually eat better during Lent than when we can eat meat!

  • Bishops Praise Net Neutrality Ruling (Surprise .... Not!)

    02/27/2015 2:35:30 PM PST · 64 of 66
    livius to Alex Murphy

    I’ve never heard of Wester, but I doubt that this was approved by all the USCCB, which has become a lot more conservative over the years. He was probably appointed to this position because the other bishops thought he couldn’t cause any trouble there, but of course, he has...

    BTW, the USCCB is now suddenly perceived as conservative, so I don’t think it’s one that Pope F. wants to empower.

  • House takes key step to avoid Homeland Security shutdown (read details. Nice move, Boehner!)

    02/27/2015 2:18:10 PM PST · 10 of 15
    livius to onyx

    I hope it works!

  • House takes key step to avoid Homeland Security shutdown (read details. Nice move, Boehner!)

    02/27/2015 2:08:25 PM PST · 5 of 15
    livius to cotton1706

    I think the plan is to get this reconsidered in a way that gets it around the Dems. Maybe Boehner has learned something after years of having his head stomped on by the Dems.

  • One of CNN's aviation experts thinks Putin stole missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

    02/27/2015 1:53:46 PM PST · 11 of 23
    livius to McGruff

    I thought the conclusion was ridiculous. If it went to Chechnya or Kazakhstan (which it appears to have done), it didn’t go to the Russians but to the Muslims - who have probably been taught by us, just the way the 9/11 hijackers were taught by us.

    This would take a higher level of skill, but any skill Muslims get, they seem to use for evil purposes. The only question, in my mind, is what evil purpose they have in mind for this plane.

    Also, I wonder if the shooting down of the other Malaysian airliner over Ukraine was not accidental but because they thought it was this plane.

  • Reports: Card. Baldisseri ordered interception of copies of book mailed to Synod participants

    02/27/2015 8:58:03 AM PST · 4 of 6
    livius to NRx

    The Pope learned everything he knows about governance from Argentina. ‘Nuff said?

    He’s a secretive bully with no respect for the law, a populist touch, and an inner circle that knows they have his backing to do whatever they want...while he maintains “plausible deniability.”

  • Argentina: President Cristina Fernandez case dismissed

    02/27/2015 2:09:13 AM PST · 4 of 8
    livius to WhiskeyX

    Hmmm, the judge is dismissing the charges (based on his personal opinion of Nisman’s report) and the intelligence agency is being dissolved (in other words, getting its staff safely out of the way of investigation or responsibility). Sounds familiar.

    The judiciary in Argentina, like everything else, is almost completely controlled by the executive and anybody who thought this was going to be seriously investigated was a fool.

  • Loretta Lynch's immigration roadblock

    02/25/2015 6:30:50 PM PST · 9 of 12
    livius to cotton1706

    I hope somebody challenges her. Immigration isn’t really the big problem in itself; it’s unrestricted Muslim immigration that is the big problem, and both Loretta and her boss support and promote this.

    The legal immigration quota for Mexicans and Latin Americans in general is low, and Barry has been subtracting from it every year (starting two days after his first inauguration) and giving that share to Muslims. These are “refugees” from various Third World countries, such as Somalia, Libya, etc.

    Christians are explicitly prohibited from this type of immigration and do not qualify for refugee status...even though they are they ones who are being persecuted.

    Frankly, I’d rather see the country fill up with Mexicans than with Muslims.

  • Activist: ISIS holds 150 Christian hostages, will threaten to kill them

    02/25/2015 3:59:27 PM PST · 15 of 16
    livius to grania

    The only reason Obama is PO’d at Putin now is not because of the Ukraine or anything else but because Putin is fighting back against Muslim terrorists and supporting the other countries that are also doing so.

  • 3 Al-Jazeera journalists arrested for flying drone in Paris

    02/25/2015 2:11:53 PM PST · 13 of 16
    livius to BigEdLB

    Probably doing the mapping.

    For those who don’t follow European news, Paris (which really is a wonderful city) has been totally freaked out by these unidentified drones that have been spotted flying over official buildings, monuments and significant neighborhoods. If Al Jazeera was doing it, probably they were planning on saying they were doing it for a documentary.

    But I don’t think any Muslim Arab or Muslim Arab-controlled organization should be permitted within five miles of anything sensitive.

    Don’t forget, the 9/11 Muslim terrorists spent a lot of time scoping out their targets...and while this was little less than 15 years ago, technology has given people even more gifts that they can use for good...or for evil, as the Muslims have visibly used it.

  • 3 Men in Brooklyn Are Charged With Supporting ISIS

    02/25/2015 11:21:44 AM PST · 15 of 31
    livius to Pearls Before Swine

    Chechens are going to be a big problem. As odious as Putin may be, I think he realizes this, and that’s one of the points of disagreement between Putin and Bambi (who would happily promote the caliphate in
    Russia as elsewhere).

  • Five Cardinals Book stolen from participants’ mailboxes at last year’s Synod on Family

    02/25/2015 9:37:49 AM PST · 7 of 11
    livius to piusv

    It’s a circus thanks to Su Tanguidad.

    “Su Santidad” means “His Holiness” in Spanish, and “Tanguidad” means “His Tango-ness,” referring to Argentina, of course. A great remark from a poster on a Spanish blog I read.

  • Krauthammer’s Take: Iranian Negotiations Are ‘Simply Catastrophic’

    02/25/2015 4:39:55 AM PST · 11 of 24
    livius to Recon Dad

    I don’t think Obama plans to have anybody vote for or against an Iranian agreement. I read some place that he was trying to do it in some way that didn’t require approval.

    That said, if it does get to the legislature, I bet you’d find there are Dems out there who’d vote for it.

    Also, this is getting very little public attention. I’ve seen a couple of good articles about it (more detailed than Krauthammer’s opinion) but I’d like to see a little more concern from our esteemed legislators.

  • Krauthammer’s Take: Iranian Negotiations Are ‘Simply Catastrophic’

    02/25/2015 4:35:32 AM PST · 10 of 24
    livius to panaxanax; Diogenesis

    I have no idea whether Krauthammer voted for Obama or not, but I think it is utterly foolish to attack Krauthammer every time somebody posts an article by him.

    His articles are always worth reading, whether you entirely agree or not. However, Freepers never even make it to the article because somebody, usually by the third post, runs forward and starts ranting about Charles Krauthammer and his real or imagined offenses.

    For pete’s sake, for once in our lives, can’t we focus on what a writer says and not what we think about him personally? Acting the way we do makes us look just as stupid and crazy as we are depicted by the left.

  • Pope Francis declares a new doctor of the Church (Catholic Caucus)

    02/23/2015 2:58:28 PM PST · 4 of 19
    livius to iowamark

    Well, that’s positive!

  • Rudy Giuliani Revealed Everything You Need to Know About Scott Walker

    02/23/2015 1:59:33 PM PST · 9 of 56
    livius to 2ndDivisionVet

    This should boost Walker by a few points then...

    I loved Jindal, who came out today and said the same thing but even more directly. Maybe enough people are going to start screaming that the Emperor has no clothes ... oh, and btw, he’s working for the rival empire.

  • Does Obama Love America or Islam?

    02/23/2015 5:32:34 AM PST · 17 of 29
    livius to reformedliberal

    Homosexuality, particularly pederasty, is widely practiced in the Muslim world, although they don’t permit what we might call “romantic” relationships. But homosexual practices are fine. A recent proclamation by some mullah in the ME, for example, reminded jihadis that having sex with each other was permitted because there might not be enough women around to rape. Bestiality is also okay in Islam, but you’re not supposed to kill and eat the animal yourself afterwards, although it is okay to sell it in the market for somebody else to eat...

    And abortion is fine...for non-Muslims.

    Many abortion “doctors” here in low-income “clinics” are foreign-born Muslims. Aborting Muslims is something they don’t do, not because they value life, but because the production of children is a strategy in conquest.

    So there’s no conflict. However, I think that Obama’s initial attraction to Islam was primarily because it was the most anti-Western ideology he could find, since he hates not only the US, but the entire Western World and its culture and thought.

    In Obama’s mind, he’s the champion and leader of the Third World in its revenge upon the West (for what? for providing development and medicine and learning?), and he has always portrayed himself this way in the myth that he created in his faux “autobiographies.” I think it has simply become more overt in the last few years because he has seen that he can get away with it, nobody stops him or even has the courage to object, and he doesn’t even need to pretend anymore.

  • SIS Names Italy As Next European Target | NBC Nightly News

    02/23/2015 3:18:14 AM PST · 21 of 22
    livius to aquila48


  • The Prophet, Represented

    02/22/2015 5:08:40 PM PST · 8 of 21
    livius to SoFloFreeper

    Actually, it takes Islam about 100 years to totally crush a society, and some of the places the Arabs swamped (such as Persia) were much more advanced, both artistically and scientifically, than the Arabs, who were the cavemen of the ME. Mohammed was from an Arab tribe that made its living by attacking merchant camel trains coming from Asia and other parts to bring goods to Persia, Baghdad, etc.

    The artistic tradition of these places would hold on for as long as possible, but eventually it would be crushed by Islamic hatred of art and music. This happened everywhere that Islam went.

    Afghanistan was once upon a time the crossroads of the mediaeval world, and had a lively artistic tradition of its own, a large Jewish merchant population, a Hindu/Buddhist influence from India, and occasional European Christians and their influence. Islam stamped out all of that as it tightened its grip.

  • O Beautiful, For Specious Guys...(Mark Steyn)

    02/22/2015 5:00:24 PM PST · 46 of 54
    livius to MDLION

    Yes, the position of the Catholic Church has always been that even an atheist can perceive natural law and abide by it (thus being a “virtuous pagan”). Faith is a gift, and some people never have the chance to receive it because they are so culturally opposed to it or are so sunk in their culture that they don’t notice it when it’s offered.

    But they perceive the dictates of natural law, and I would say that actually, most of them are secretly deists rather than atheists, because they accept a rational order to the universe. But they can’t name the reason, and therefore have no personal relationship with the Logos and do not think of God as even remotely a Person.

  • Coptic church formally recognizes martyrdom of 21 slain by ISIS

    02/22/2015 4:55:11 PM PST · 14 of 19
    livius to Kolokotronis

    Very good to hear!

  • Documents Show The Expensive Tastes Of Jeb Bush’s Low-Key Wife [GOP-e?]

    02/22/2015 4:53:19 PM PST · 40 of 77
    livius to TomGuy

    She also spent a fortune on funding things here in Florida, ranging from museums to charitable activities.

    And what’s wrong with her spending money on watches if she has it, which she obviously does? I wouldn’t buy watches if I had that money, but then, I probably wouldn’t buy what you would buy, either. Everybody’s different.

    Her husband’s money didn’t come from being Governor of Florida, btw, and these weren’t official purchases. So why shouldn’t she buy what she wants with her own money?

    What we don’t like about Michelle is that she is having the Federal Government (that is, us, the taxpayers) underwrite her jet-setting. Otherwise, I wouldn’t give a darn about what she did. If Barry had made money from excelling at a regular job and risen to be a CEO, or if he had invested well, or if he had actually done anything, that would be fine. But he has done nothing in his life, his wife’s one high-paid job was a no-show that his political cronies had arranged, and all of her money comes from his being the US President and her being able to tap into the bennies.

    So that’s the difference.

  • Here's the Guy Rudy Is Talking About: Frank Marshall Davis

    02/22/2015 4:46:16 PM PST · 14 of 107
    livius to GreyFriar

    Well, actually, that’s true - but this was only after Rudy backed off on the Islamist remarks and decided to blame it on Communism instead. I was sorry that he didn’t really follow through on charging Barry with being on the side of the (Islamic) enemy.

  • Homeland Security Chief Urges Caution After Threat to Mall of America

    02/22/2015 4:41:42 PM PST · 86 of 151
    livius to EternalVigilance

    Give the guy a break. He’s just trying to do the PR work for the terrorists.

  • NY Times A1 Story: Giuliani Aligns With 'Hard Right' After Race-Based Anti-Obama 'Outburst'

    02/21/2015 6:48:18 PM PST · 21 of 41
    livius to hosepipe

    I grew up in NYC and lived there during Giuliani’s term, which followed the disastrous Dinkins term.

    Giuliani was wonderful and did a lot more for blacks than the idiot 3-shower a day, tennis-playing, nouveau riche Dinkins ever did.

  • Pope's Shocking Hitler Youth Comparison (Pope blasts gender theory. Media blasts Pope)

    02/21/2015 6:37:07 PM PST · 19 of 22
    livius to piusv

    At first I thought he was a heretic, but now I just think he’s a flake. They’re both dangerous.