Sunday, February 02, 2014


this one is pretty good:
My favorite Bible story is when Jesus feeds the multitudes after administering a drug test to make sure they deserve food.
In the same religious territory, Stephanopoulos asked super-genius Paul Ryan if the Pope would approve of the House Republican's budget and all Ryan could do was LIE:
“If you look at his comments very closely, [the Pope] always talks about the welfare mentality. He always talks about how to avoid creating a welfare state. Bring the poor in, create upward mobility, and free enterprise that gives opportunity to everybody, no matter who they are or where they are in life and in America. That’s what we’re for.”
Of course, real Catholics don't think much of Ryan and his budget:
Joining a chorus of Catholic bishops, theologians, priests, and social justice leaders, nearly 90 Georgetown University faculty and administrators have called Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) to task for his misuse of Catholic social teaching in defending his budget, which hurts the poor. 

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