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Predictable Pope-Smearing Ensues

KYoung43 Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 9:12 AM
The low information voter will read the tweets (or see the pictures if they cannot read) and think they are true. Ignoring the lies is NOT the way to educate the masses of morons who vote Democrat and who belittle those who choose to believe in something greater than themselves.
McGovern Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 9:41 AM

The Republican conservatives need to attack through TV ads. The same low-information voters who elected this administration will never hear the truth unless we do.

I am not a Catholic, but I find the concerted efforts to smear various Popes to be disgusting and contemptible.  In the case of Pope Francis, according to the Vatican, anti-clerical left-wing outlets are trying to accuse him -- without any evidence -- of wrongdoing during the reign of a military junta from 1976-1983.  

Left-wingers in the United States responded predictably, with Michael Moore tweeting out a picture later revealed as a hoax, purportedly of Pope Francis offering communion to an Argentine dictator (to his credit, Moore issued a correction).

It should be obvious that the attacks have...