Today's Sermon: His High Holiness Regrets...
... he's unable to dine at the White House on Wednesday.
Wednesday night's dinner, hosted by the president, will be in the East Room, which normally contains little furniture and traditionally is used for large gatherings such as news conferences, bill-signing ceremonies, awards presentations and after-dinner entertainment.
"It's in honor of his visit," White House spokesman Scott Stanzel said. "There will be leaders from the Catholic community from all over the country who are in town for that visit."
He said he did not know why the pope would not attend.
I can't imagine why the Pope would turn down dinner with George W., can you?
Frankly, the thought of these two men, both of whom claim that God speaks through them) breaking bread together makes me queasy, to say the least.
Thus endeth today's sermon.
Go forth today and ask yourself: why is the Pope snubbing the torturer?
And consider why His High Holiness didn't just come right out and condemn the Creep-in-Chief and toss his crumpled dinner invitation over the White House fence.
Hm. Pot and kettle, you say?
Definitely something to think about.
So think about it today.
I mean it, damn it!
Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- And she made him (Samson) sleep upon her knees; and she called for a man, and she caused him to shave off the seven locks of his head.