Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Pelosi and the Pope

Whited sepulcher Nancy Palosi met with Pope Benedict today in Rome for a meeting that was unusually private. During their behind closed door conference, Pope Benedict reportedly emphasized the duty of Catholic politicians to protect and uphold the dignity of human life from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death. No photos were taken of the meeting, and the Vatican did not elaborate on other topics that may have been discussed. Pelosi's camp issued the following statement:

"In our conversation, I had the opportunity to praise the Church's leadership in fighting poverty, hunger and global warming, as well as the Holy Father's dedication to religious freedom and his upcoming trip and message to Israel. I was proud to show His Holiness a photograph of my family's papal visit in the 1950s, as well as a recent picture of our children and grandchildren."

Is that not the most adorable thing you've ever heard?? Oh, Nancy, you make me proud to be Catholic!

Now can someone please tell this insufferable Jezebel to cease and desist attempting to theologically justify the destruction of unborn human life? It's bad enough that this politically savvy charlatan secularly endorses this type of procedure, but it's inexcusable to use a tradition that stands for LIFE as an apologia for this terrible inequity.


Adrienne said...

Honestly - she makes me want to retch. And (I know this sounds kinda girly) buuuuut, I hope she at least put a skirt on unlike that pantsuit she is wearing in the picture.

One of my favorite things about Sarah Palin is she always wore skirts (except when she was at a casual "do").

P.S. You take care of your Mom....hear??

Shirley said...

Hee is what the Pope said to her that she wasn't about to let the media know (from Lifesite news):
His Holiness took the opportunity to speak of the requirements of the natural moral law and the Church's consistent teaching on the dignity of human life from conception to natural death which enjoin all Catholics, and especially legislators, jurists and those responsible for the common good of society, to work in cooperation with all men and women of good will in creating a just system of laws capable of protecting human life at all stages of its development."

Kirk said...

I'm with Shirley. I just listened to the official version from the Holy Father, at Gloria TV and it was rather different to Madame Palosi's version.

Tracy said...

I know this is wrong, but I don't even understand why she bothers with being Catholic.. if you refuse to follow the teachings of the church, why even belong? Ok, I know that is wrong but I'm sooooo fed up.