More Tantrums and Tiaras
We have this gem from Canada:
[A] former television host... is leading a group urging Queen Elizabeth to step in and block Parliament from passing same-sex marriage legislation.Wow. So they want to subvert constitutional process to defend... a particular interpretation of scripture. Can I get an "Iran!"?!
David Mainse concedes the Queen's intervention could spark a crisis but has launched a letter-writing campaign in the hope of prompting Her Majesty to take the historic step anyway.
If we could only divert their energies toward sniffing out terrorists as opposed to those oh-so-dangerous LGBT couples (who would, by his own baffling admission, absolutely ruin Rick Santorum's marriage), the world would be a much safer place for our children. Tres savvy, snowflakes. I'm surprised these people haven't found their way to Leon Panetta's yet.
But cons have always had a special thing for queens -- look no further than the cult following of Diogenes, Queen of Mean, over at Lawler's place. Even if it means risking a constitutional crisis, do not get between the lace crowd and their bejewelled ones! It's like the running of the bulls!
Also, from the "Cardinal Law Died for You" desk, Rick Santorum returns... to absolve Law from his role in the cover-up and blame it on... prepare yourself for this... liberalism.
See what you can get away from your ilk if you're anti-abortion? It's like the cure-all issue position! McCarrick is pro-life and gets defamed every day by the same people who still view Law as seemingly pristine -- "he wasn't really bad, he was just a victim of his times," to use Molly's immortal Texas phrase.
There really is no justice in this world. Rick said in a back interview, picked up by the Globe:
"'When the culture is sick, every element in it becomes infected. While it is no excuse for this scandal, it is no surprise that Boston, a seat of academic, political, and cultural liberalism in America, lies at the center of the storm."Apparently our junior senator (who kept his kids in Leesburg, VA -- a DC 'burb -- while billing their schooling to Pittsburgh-area taxpayers) never heard of clericalism. It's more authoritarian libertinism than liberalism.
And believe me, Senator, there's a big difference between the two.