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Pope is a hypocrite
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octorockandroll wrote:

Things MysteryMiss apparently does not understand:

Obvious differences between decreasing the number of refugees being admitted to a country and a blanket ban of all people who have ever come from multiple countries

Safe spaces

The pope

Walls


It's ok, shes worked with Donald Trump multiple times so clearly she understands a lot of other things.


True, too bad the Geneva Conventions aren't any of them. XD
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True, too bad the Geneva Conventions aren't any of them. XD


Donald doesn't understand any of that either, and hes president!
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Does anyone know what the strongest form of face palm is cause the OP is making me feel the normal one isn't good enough.
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True, too bad the Geneva Conventions aren't any of them. XD


Donald doesn't understand any of that either, and hes president!


That was the joke, I was basing it off of how you said she probably learned many things from Donald Trump.
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Does anyone know what the strongest form of face palm is cause the OP is making me feel the normal one isn't good enough.


A facepalmtree. Thats when you need to facepalm so hard only hitting your face against a palmtree will be enough.
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A facepalmtree. Thats when you need to facepalm so hard only hitting your face against a palmtree will be enough.


Well I needed an excuse to go somewhere tropical anyway.
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MysteryMiss seems to be ignorant of the fact that those walls are hundreds of years old and only form part of the border.
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Not a catholic but I like this Pope who was washing refugees feet btw
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That was the joke, I was basing it off of how you said she probably learned many things from Donald Trump.


hahaha, yeah I figured as much.
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The whole outrage over walls thing is getting overplayed...

They serve a purpose, and I'm glad they exist. Though in a way, he IS a hypocrite, because of his stance on immigration vs. the number of immigrants Vatican city has actually taken in. It's ok for everyone else, but ...

I personally think the Pope is out of line with a lot of the things he's said, especially recently regarding Trump, and from his take on almost everything since he became pope I can't help but feel he's just a political tool for Globalists.
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Not a catholic but I like this Pope who was washing refugees feet btw]


Francis, the Good Political 60's-Radical-Grandpa Pope. Like Bernie Sanders in little red shoes.


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The whole outrage over walls thing is getting overplayed...


No, it's the same Michael Moore Factor as the Starbucks boycott:
"Be vewy, vewy quiet, we're shooting messengers!...Hahahaha."

Ie., because it's easier to blame a big company or spoiled public/celebrity figure than to take on a protest movement they publicly happened to support, anyone who says anything mean about Trump, or adopts any corporate policy sympathetic of the idea that it's wrong to let him do whatever he wants to, is a MEANIE! And WRONG! And a TRAITOR who's CAUSING all that national protest that keeps us from Supporting Our Chief Executive, all by himself! Let's get 'im, and then it'll stop!
Once the public sees that traitor for the hypocritical fraud that he is, we'll see this "protest" nonsense die down soon enough!

The Pope morally protests the Wall? Fire the Pope!...Er, boycott him?
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They serve a purpose, and I'm glad they exist. Though in a way, he IS a hypocrite, because of his stance on immigration vs. the number of immigrants Vatican city has actually taken in. It's ok for everyone else, but ...


Technically almost all citizens of Vatican City are immigrants, because most aren't born within the country and only move their later for work...

That said, you do realize that Vatican City has a population of under 1000, right? The people who live there are primarily cardinals, diplomats and the Swiss Guard. Its a bit silly to call that a double standard when Vatican City more closely resembles a big church than a country.
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That said, you do realize that Vatican City has a population of under 1000, right? The people who live there are primarily cardinals, diplomats and the Swiss Guard. Its a bit silly to call that a double standard when Vatican City more closely resembles a big church than a country.


It's the same as Washington DC technically being an independent district, not a city of any state, or any independent state (although it has its own district representatives and electoral votes).
That way, they can make independent decisions affecting all the states, and not be accused of any obligation to Virginia or Maryland if the city was officially "part" of either state.
Similar with the United Nations HQ's being internationally independent duty-free territory, with their own postage stamps, and not technically considered part of NYC or Geneva.

In this case, the Vatican can make pronouncements for the entire world, regardless of Italy or Switzerland's leadership or politics. Which was sort of the basic idea of the Guy who set up the first one.
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MysteryMiss wrote:
So he talks the talk but then goes to Rome to hide behind his walls? How many of you think he is a hypocrite?


Well, obviously by this logic we should take the wall down around the White House.

I mean, I'm sure it'll be fine. Right?





VeggyZ wrote:
I personally think the Pope is out of line with a lot of the things he's said, especially recently regarding Trump, and from his take on almost everything since he became pope I can't help but feel he's just a political tool for Globalists.


Uh oh, someone said the secret word!






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