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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

2 More Responses re Obama Siding with Vatican May 21st

City of Angels has just acquired a DOJ brief, where the Obama Administration defends the Vatican over American crime victims, and we will post the document within hours.

Meanwhile From South Carolina Below, and Chicago:

I am not surprised to hear that Obama and his crew support the pope, it is just politics. The pope has millions of followers in the U.S. which can decide elections.

None of them, including Obama, the pope and Jeff Anderson care about the necessary "REFORM" required in order to really "Protect "God's Children," it is just all about the money and power. Currently, the Catholic church's procedures that are in place do nothing to keep our children safe, they are just veneer procedures to appease the public that the Catholic church has done something to address their problem. None of the Catholic bishops really concern themselves with their huge problem and it just continues on, just like the oil leak in the Gulf.

Yes, the Vatican is a sovereign state, but that should not allow the pope to be immune from any legal due process, (civil, criminal or Canonical), especially when it concerns our children and young adults victimized by clergy. The Catholic church is a non-for-profit corporation and the pope is the Chairman of the Board to all the bishops, so he is ultimately in charge. BP is a English corporation and even though they had many sub-contractors who may be responsible for the oil leak in the Gulf, they are taking responsibility, their CEO is on the ground at the Gulf - however, the Catholic church is avoiding their responsibility. Stonewalling is not accepting responsibility, self investigating claims is not taking responsibility nor compassionate.

Maybe the U.S. should freeze all the U.S. Catholic churchs' bank accounts until the problem gets resolved and the pope makes his bishops, priests and other clergy come clean in addition to funding real procedures to safeguard our children. Right now, there is no such thing as "a good priest," because if they are sexually abusing people that is bad and if they are just looking away they become an accompolice to the evil, which is just as bad.

As Cardinal George said, the Catholic church believes in simple "good or evil" not liberal or conseratitave.

The Catholic church needs to REFORM NOW and the pope needs to make it happen, no excuses. It is just too bad the pope didn't have a child who was abused, I am sure the problem would have been addressed sooner and better. But he doesn't so why should he even care.

- Tyrone


If the Vatican wants to be regarded as a sovereign nation, then its 900 to 1,000 residents should start acting like sovereigns who treat with respect the lives of the numerous lay members entrusted to them.

They were assigned to protect the flock originally assigned to Peter, but they elected to commit random slaughter against the sheep within it. The present Vatican needs to stop acting like clones of the Scribes and Pharisees whom John the Baptist and his divine cousin called a brood of snakes. The sum of total of those clerics have nothing to brag about.

Logistically speaking, the Vatican's land mass is too ridiculously small for anyone to seriously consider the Vatican as a nation of its own merits. However, the Lateran Treaty that granted a small patch of land to the papacy was Italy's way of compensating the Catholic Church for the former papal states that had been seized. None the less, the Vatican entirely abused its conferred immunity, and when you abuse something so hideously, it must be taken away from you, lest more people get injured.

These Vatican clerics apparently have no idea of how nightmarish their existences will become when they find themselves before the judgment seat of Christ.

Meanwhile, many people go through life on earth with untold bitterness and resentment, on account of the present hierarchy of the Catholic Church who
utterly disfigured and desecrated the Catholic Church entrusted to them. That is not much of a life for those embittered people. For them, it is like being a
member of the dying, engaged in the process of being incinerated with caustic burning. The suffering ensues. The Vatican has done nothing to stop it.

Patrick Anthony Pontillo,


COMING SOON: BRIEF FOR THE UNITED STATES AS AMICUS CURIAE filed May 21, 2010 by all these lawyers whose salaries WE PAY:

Legal Adviser
Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20520

Acting Solicitor General
Counsel of Record

Assistant Attorney General

Deputy Solicitor General

Assistant to the Solicitor

Department of Justice
Washington, D.C. 20530-0001
(202) 514-2217

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