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nothing in that blog piece explains why the headline is "Socialist Witch Commands Bishops: CCHD"

the piece was pretty confusing, and though some might construe Meg Tully's actions/statements as proof that she is a socialist, i don't think the proof is adequate, and there's no mention of her being a witch, as in a practitioner of "Wicca."  was this just name calling?  as in, 'i dislike her so she's a socialist witch'?  that sort of statement could get a blogger sued for libel.

also, i don't know about other Fisheaters, but i almost never click on links unless the OP has quoted three or four paragraphs from the article at the link.  copyright law allows you to quote 3-4 paragraphs. i like to know what an article's about so i can decide whether or not to read it.  i only clicked this time out of curiosity, wanting to know if a real Wiccan was "commanding bishops," won't be fooled again by a headline from eponymousflower, whoever that may be.

(however, regarding quotes, posters should know that AP now says you can quote nothing from their articles and they intend to prosecute those who do.  someone should take that to court as copyright law should apply equally to everyone, no special protection for AP or anyone else.)

(01-27-2010, 02:02 PM)i.p.i. Wrote: [ -> ]nothing in that blog piece explains why the headline is "Socialist Witch Commands Bishops: CCHD"

the piece was pretty confusing, and though some might construe Meg Tully's actions/statements as proof that she is a socialist, i don't think the proof is adequate, and there's no mention of her being a witch, as in a practitioner of "Wicca."  was this just name calling?  as in, 'i dislike her so she's a socialist witch'?   that sort of statement could get a blogger sued for libel.

also, i don't know about other Fisheaters, but i almost never click on links unless the OP has quoted three or four paragraphs from the article at the link.  copyright law allows you to quote 3-4 paragraphs. i like to know what an article's about so i can decide whether or not to read it.  i only clicked this time out of curiosity, wanting to know if a real Wiccan was "commanding bishops," won't be fooled again by a headline from eponymousflower, whoever that may be.

(however, regarding quotes, posters should know that AP now says you can quote nothing from their articles and they intend to prosecute those who do.  someone should take that to court as copyright law should apply equally to everyone, no special protection for AP or anyone else.)

Her affliliation with Soros funded organizations, ACORN and CCHD as well as her attitude, as a woman no less, "telling Bishops what to do" make her a Socialist.

Women have no business telling Bishops what to do, but it is often an avocation of Witches to manipulate and control men, so it seemed a fitting enough epithet for such an obviously prideful and malevolent individual.
The author of the article points out the following informaiton, which is pretty typical of MOST of your Diocesan Offices in the USA at least, that they are peopled by Saul-Alinsky types who are indeed, Socialist, as the title portends about Mary Jo Tully.  It seemed to us to be a foregone conclusion that a woman telling Bishops what to do would be a socialist and a witch since the two ideologies are actually linked, btw; moreover, it seemed otiose of us to have to explain this on a Traditionalist forum. (Everyone, at least amongst your average Traitionalists, knows that most if not ALL chancery offices in the USA are the haunt of real witches and socialists)

"Mary Jo Tully is on the Board of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon. That is the biggest problem we have as Catholics in Oregon."

http://www.emoregon.org/
You shouldn't be using a term like "witch" just because you really wanted to use the word that starts with a "b" and rhymes with it.

Seriously, there are enough superstitious people in the world to harm someone who gets called that word often enough.  Just because you have serious contempt for women, since you think her arrogance is somehow worse than a man like that Jewish rabbi* who was telling the Pope what to do, you shouldn't encourage a revival of the old medieval custom of hunting and killing unprotected women.  I think if you found some way to indicate the "b" word instead of "witch" you'd have made your point.

(*there is  a recent thread somewhere in FE about an official declaration of some kind, I'll modify this post with the link when I find it)
(01-27-2010, 05:06 PM)littlerose Wrote: [ -> ]You shouldn't be using a term like "witch" just because you really wanted to use the word that starts with a "b" and rhymes with it.

Seriously, there are enough superstitious people in the world to harm someone who gets called that word often enough.  Just because you have serious contempt for women, since you think her arrogance is somehow worse than a man like that Jewish rabbi* who was telling the Pope what to do, you shouldn't encourage a revival of the old medieval custom of hunting and killing unprotected women.   I think if you found some way to indicate the "b" word instead of "witch" you'd have made your point.

(*there is  a recent thread somewhere in FE about an official declaration of some kind, I'll modify this post with the link when I find it)

When did we ever say that her arrogance was worse than a Rabbi telling the Pope?  Huh?
You didn't, but the word "witch" is so violent it came across as the worst possible thing.  Possessed
(01-27-2010, 05:17 PM)littlerose Wrote: [ -> ]You didn't, but the word "witch" is so violent it came across as the worst possible thing.  Possessed
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What's so horrible about it is that these illuminist professional revolutionaries have taken over many if not all Chanceries and they receive a nice 30 pieces of silver for their work.
No argument from me on that!
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Mary Jo is the one with the pants suit and the orange hair, or you can see the image here:

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2010...acorn.html
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