Thursday, July 14, 2005

sexually free priests?

I don't like Boston, but I hate Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) even more. Hell, even if I didn't like the guy, I would agree with Representative Barney Frank (D-MA) that he was a "jerk" for suggesting that Boston's "liberalism" was the cause of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

Men who prey on children for their sexual satisfaction are mentally ill. They are sexually repressed. They are sick. They are not liberal.

You know who else is a jerk? Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R). All that he could manage to say in response to Santorum's comments were that they were "unfortunate". UNFORTUNATE? How about stupid, ill informed, hateful, dangerous and hostile toward survivors of abuse? It's about time for a drunk Red Sox fan to take a baseball bat to that man's head.

Santorum says it was "sexual freedom" in Boston, "a seat of academic, political and cultural liberalism," that led the priests in the city's Catholic Church to abuse children. Sexual freedom? Right, when I think of Catholic priests, I definitely think of sexual freedom.

Santorum's spokesman is whining that Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), who ripped Santorum a new a**hole yesterday on the floor of the Senate, is taking three-year-old comments out of context. Of course, Santorum chose to repeat those comments this week to the Boston Globe and the same spokesman decided to throw Harvard into the mix (just for fun).

"When you take a look at Harvard University and some of the other universities in Boston, I think it's an open secret that there is a liberal bias, unfortunately."

To begin with, I'm sorry that Harvard rejected you, but it's no reason to suggest that they had anything to do with priests fondling little boys. And, oh yeah, Larry Summers knows where you live and he's coming to get you.

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