The only man in a dress who I trust is RuPaul. So, the score is RuPaul 1, Catholic Bishops 0.
Oh yeah, the Catholic Bishops, who are totally completely 100% hoochy frustrated males, got on their silly little slippers and thought they could tell me a whole lot of chick stuff. You know what they know about chick stuff? Diddle squat. They know diddle squat. And, oddly, that is exactly what they pretend to know about pedophiles in their own ranks, but that’s a whole ‘nother story.
Anyway, this story goes like this. The Catholic Bishops have been hollering that all the rest of us are wildly anti-Catholic and they are busily weaving handbaskets for our trip to hell because we think that when they get federal funds for the victims of human trafficking, and then they give those funds to subcontractors, that the subcontractors ought to be able to talk to these victims about contraception and abortion. And we’re going to hell for that. Hell, I tell you.
So the ACLU sues them. And the judge rightly rules:
To insist that the government respect the separation of church and state is not to discriminate against religion; indeed, it promotes a respect for religion by refusing to single out any creed for official favor at the expense of all others…This case is about the limits of the government’s ability to delegate to a religious institution the right to use taxpayer money to impose its beliefs on others (who may or may not share them).
Your religious rights end where my uterus begins.
You know, my sweet Momma belongs to a religion where drinking alcohol is considered a sin. Does she try to outlaw alcohol, even though there are more deaths due to alcohol than abortion? No, she does not. Her religion also believes that bingo is gambling. If we shut down bingo, the Catholic church would fold tomorrow.
I’m just saying. I do not believe men in dresses should concern themselves with contraception. They should concern themselves with accessorizing and what makes their butt look big. And right now it’s their mouths making their butts look big.
Thanks to Ralph for the heads-up.