Thursday, March 30, 2006

GOP: The F-Yourself Party

Antonin Scalia, tireless Defender of the Faith, shows once again that Christianity isn't so much a religion, from which spring a set of ethics and sensitivities, rather it's a team one is on. You're either on it or against it, as the Chimperor might say. And if you're not on it, well,

“The judge paused for a second, then looked directly into my lens and said, ‘To my critics, I say, ‘Vaffanculo,’ ” punctuating the comment by flicking his right hand out from under his chin, Smith said. The Italian phrase means “(expletive) you.”

Later, of course, Scalia would lie about what he had expressed, on camera, in church. Because that's what Jesus would do.


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