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Sunday, April 4, 2010

What Good Would It Do for the Pope to Resign? A life of leisure and comfort is not a prison sentence

These guys belong in prison, not retired and living in luxury for the rest of their lives.

I'd love to be able to retire. But I did not commit any felonies so I have to keep working past an age when I am tired of working.

How is it a punishment for the Pope to retire? It just means he will have all the luxuries and comforts he has now, with no more work.

These bishops all the way up to the Vatican need to be indicted, prosecuted, put on trial, their files need to be open and all the felony child sex crimes PLUS ANYTHING ELSE we find in those files, that's life in the real world.

If you commit thousands of felonies, you need to be prosecuted, your whole crime organization needs to be aired out.

There will still be Church left, at the local level there will always be Churches.

But these felony pedophile enablers do not deserve a life in "exile," which for them will mean a dignitary dinner every night.

They need to be put in prison.

They need to feel a lot of discomfort to make up for what they did to tens of thousands of children, now damaged adults, in the United States alone.

Let Germany and Ireland apply their own version of justice as well, for the God only knows the number more of victims there are in Europe.

But asking the Pope to resign? How is that even a punishment? He might lose some favor, but hey, he's not exactly well respected right now anyway.

Hey, I'll take his punishment for him, if it means retiring to some villa on an Italian sea coast with servants. I mean, think about it.

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