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How Not To Appraise A Pope

nimh2 Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 7:57 AM
. . . received. The "homosexual pedophilia" lobby is very strong and for most "mainstream media" types is a force NOT to be reckoned with.

Church-state separation never seems more a reality in America than when the media begin to appraise both the qualifications for a new pope and the challenges he -- whoever "he" turns out to be -- must face.

The idea arises quickly on these occasions that the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church are choosing a chief executive like the president of General Mills or, for that matter, the president of the United States.

Thus what we need (it seems) is a genial man with obvious people skills. A spiritual Bill Clinton? We may or may not need a European. It...

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