Date: February 29, 2012

AOL's HuffingtonPost vicious attack on the Catholic Church

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Headline for AOL's HuffingtonPost - The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum

AOL attacks the Catholic Church under the Huffington Post's . . . wait for it . . . "Comedy Section."

The story is written by Larry Doyle, who is attributed to being a comedy writer for such shows as the Simpsons and Beavis & Butthead. Doyle goes on to write in AOL's HuffingtonPost's (cough) Comedy Section for February 24, 2012:

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"Unlike Christians, Santorum and his fellow Roman Catholics participate in a barbaric ritual dating back two millennia, a 'mass' in which a black-robed cleric casts a spell over some bread and wine, transfiguring it into the actual living flesh and blood of their Christ.

Followers then line up to eat the Jesus meat and drink his holy blood in a cannibalistic reverie not often seen outside Cinemax.

Roman Catholics like Santorum take their orders from 'the Pope,' a high priest who, they believe, chats with God. Santorum has made no secret of his plans to implement his leader's dicta on allowed uses of vaginas and anuses, but has said little about what additional dogma he will be compelled to obey.

Will child killers and terrorists go unexecuted on the Pope's say-so? Will we be able to conduct our wars as we see fit, or only the 'just' ones? If Santorum is a good Catholic, and he appears to be among the very best, our real president with be Benedict XVI (a 'former' Nazi, by the way)."

Larry Doyle, HuffingtonPost's (haha) Comedy Section. . . . Read More

 

The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum - Huffington Post's Comedy Section.

Image is from AOL's HuffingtonPost and its so-called "Comedy Section."

The acid hate lead-in for the above story's headline proves again that the HuffingtonPost news agency, purchased by AOL, is not unlike the DailyKOS, a blogging service that had been excited with a post to see the FOX News reporter, Tony Snow, come down with and die of cancer.

You also need to remember that ALL the 2008 presidential Democrat candidates ran to seek approval from DailyKOS readers, the first time the Democrat Party had openly abandoned its conservative members.

 

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