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April 16, 2007

Moonbats Dictate Attire to the Pope

Posted by Dave Blount at April 16, 2007 8:37 AM

The religion that serves as the backbone of Western Civilization is once again at loggerheads with our new God-free quasi-religion, moonbattery. Animal rights fanatics in Italy don't like it that Pope Benedict XVI , like many Popes before him going back centuries, wears a hat trimmed with white ermine fur in cold weather.

The Anti-Vivisection League demanded that he lose the hat in advance of a papal visit to Pavia, home of Italy's best-known fur makers. With astounding impertinence, the moonbats see fit to dictate ethics to the Pope:

We call on the Holy Father to make a choice of high religious and ethical significance by not wearing fur on this occasion, nor in the future.

If only liberals would deliver on the global warming they keep promising, no one would be tempted to wear fur in late April.

Pope Benedict and his unethical hat.

On a tip from Wiggins.