Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Nice Church

Well, I think the buggering little boys thing has just about gotten terminally out of hand in the Catholic church, now that the Pope is clearly involved.

And they are thoroughly screwed. Since their nineteenth century decision that the Pope is infallible, it is pretty difficult to force him out if he doesn't want to go. And who would want to go, what with the great houses, the pretty dresses and all? And since he never has to go out in what the rest of us would call public, he can really isolate himself from our contempt.

Anyone who followed this guy's career before he became Pope knows that human decency was never his strong point, so I don't think we can count on his conscience to suddenly manifest itself.

Well, I'm sticking my neck out here, but this is my prediction: Unfortunately, I believe that Pope Benedict is soon going to suffer a totally unexpected "heart attack." I can't see any other way for the Church to sweep all of this back under the rug at this point.

What do you think?


tnlib said...

He's a pretty cold fish alright. But the entire RC good ole boys club has a lot to answer to.

Green Eagle said...

You've got that right. I'm not Catholic, so maybe I don't have any right to an opinion here, but I just feel that these people have piled up a record which would make it just about impossible for any decent person to give them the benefit of the doubt.

M. Bouffant said...

Ooooh, that's mean.

But considering those bags under his eyes, it wouldn't surprise me if he did have an "episode" of some sort soon, deliberate or not.

Infidel753 said...

Interesting thought. But even if Brat-zinger were to snuff it, the cloud over the whole institution wouldn't disperse.

The best thing of all would be if they did frag the old monster and then the whole true story of that came out, too.

elfego said...

Could not they wait for nature to run its sluicing course, rather than engage in the kind of behind the scene shennanigans that have characrterized our mistaken male behaviour for so many mcenturies?

Green Eagle said...

"Could not they wait for nature to run its sluicing course"

No, apparently not.