I don’t think the fact that the Pope has Parkinson’s disease makes him any less deserving of my righteous scorn, so in light of that thought, Pope: choke and die you bastard.
Pope John Paul II put lobbying against gay marriage at the top of the Vatican’s agenda for 2005 and also urged politicians in prosperous nations Monday to do more for the millions of hungry people around the globe.
Remember that GAYS ARE EVIL and are actively destroying the foundation of society like a cancer! But also – feed the poor.
I’m pulling out the quotation marks for this one.
I’ve been thinking about this “foundation” business (because thinking about things seems to be what I’m best at). I would argue that there is no such thing as the “foundation” of “society” because “society” is somewhat of an abstract idea. In fact, a “society” itself is nothing more than the aggregation of smaller societies, and so ultimately, the aggregation of all societies amounts to the whole of humanity. To say that one group or even one single person erodes the “foundation” of society is to say that that person or group isn’t even human.
One could argue murder (or cannibalism if you want!) erodes this so-called “foundation”, but then the population rate is still growing as fast as could be expected. In fact, it would be a stupid argument because the rate of growth is increasing, and so there are even more murderers and possibly even more cannibals. They’re not slowing it down, so it would be ineffective to argue that they are “eroding” it. Besides, we all die at some point. If death is a part of life, a fact of life, it cannot be blamed for the “erosion” of “society” unless it happens on a catastrophic scale.
It seems, at least to me, that one cannot simply destroy the “foundation” of “society” without destroying the society itself, or in other words, killing them all (and possibly eating them).
What one can do, however, is use a whole host of tools to incite division among smaller societies, thereby causing them to faction off and possibly even destroy eachother. And by that token, I would argue that the Catholic Church has eroded societies more than anyone or anything else in history.
But the difference is that I don’t see this as a “bad” thing. Actively inciting division, bigotry and hatred, yes. Bad. Very bad. But as far as societies go, it’s just what we do. Even at a party, we break off into our cliques. People come and go. The cliques change. The societies change. Society changes; that is its nature.
End of rant. The Pope is just a queeny old bitch of epic proportions. When I think of the Pope, I think of Zell Miller in a KKK outfit at one of Rush Limbaugh’s chemical-friendly galas. If he didn’t control the minds of hundreds of millions of people, he wouldn’t piss me off at all.
– Sam, “Senior” Correspondent, over and out.