Friday, May 14, 2010

Empire State Building Snubs Mother Teresa


May 14, 2010 on Fox News with Bill Donohue and Gretchen Carlson

21 comments:

  1. Like Bill really cares about the Empire State Bldg honoring MT.  He is using this to get more face time because he knows his days are numbered.  Wow..6,000 whole signatures on the first day?  And you claim to have hundreds of millions of followers worldwide?  Pretty weak if you ask me.  

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  2. Wow that man is loud. I think he's that way because, as we all know, the louder you yell something, the more true it becomes. Right?

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  3. Really, you've got all this money and resources that you can blow off on a publicity stunt.  As a Catholic, follow Catholic Social teaching and put that money to better use - like abstinence only education in africa or hush money for abuse victims.

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  4. Just sent an email to <span>mmaasch@esbnyc.com "No on Mother Theresa Lights"</span>

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  5. That was hilarious I could not stop laughing the entire clip

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  6. Only a bigot would demand that bigotry is the ONLY reason his petition was declined.

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  7. They learn to yell during their mental abuse 'sessions' they call 'preaching'...  When they yell, it helps keep the flock from falling asleep during their incessant tirades.

    He's a wind-bag and needs to drop this one.  Only the idiot Catholics still think Mother Teresa was a good person.  She was a sick individual.  Denied care to all those people in her clinics so they could be "close to Jesus" and yet, when her time came, she was in an expensive hospital wing with all the most sophisticated drugs and pain killers known to man.  

    She was and is a hypocrite and did NOTHING to help those poor people she raised money for.  She was nothing but evil in an ugly drape.

    He needs to drop this and quit assuming people care about Mother Teresa or his stupid abusive church.

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  8. I'm with James; Mother Teresa was as far from a 'saint' as it's possible to get.

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  9. Somebody should force Bill to watch this. Though I'm sure he would deem it propaganda of the liberal-left. Whatever amorphous entity that is.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WQ0i3nCx60

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  10. So apparently Bill didn't get the memo on Mother Teresa. But what I want to know is what his little quip at the end concerning the "little preppy boys over at the Empire State Building" was all about. That was just bizarre ... especially coming from a Catholic.

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  11. R€LIGION $TINKS OF MONE¥May 14, 2010 at 7:20 PM

    Anything to deflect attention from the years of rape, torture and violence that these good Catholics turned a blind eye too.

    I wonder if he ever worries that one day someone will knock on his door and blow his brains out. There are victims out there, like the those orphans subjected to gang rape, physical and emotional violence that are ready to snap.

    And another thing, give that man a hearing aid, he´s either totally deaf or trying his best Hitler impersination. 

    Could it be that the owners of the Empire State didn´t want their building besmerched with someone who prostituted herself for Haiti´s dictator. The Haiti earthquake happened only a couple of months ago. It would be in very poor taste to honour her on those grounds alone.

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  12. He's just such a colossal douche.

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  13. so its private porperty- the guys who owns the building dont want to honour MT-  and you want to force them anyway! wtffff

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  14. MenInFrox news shows it true colors again!

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  15. Dogmatic Atheist eh? Pot-kettle...

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  16. So Fox news wants to violate the right of private property and force the building to light up? Really, how inconsistant this network's principles are! This is such a minor issue, but he's making such a fuss of it and claiming based on some non-existant evidence that the OVERWHELMING majority of Christians are being discriminated again<span>...</span><span>st because the owner of this building has no interest in worshipping this man's hero? I admire Napoleon, who did so much more good than this woman, and would love the Empire building to light up for him, but I'm not making a fuss about francophobia and trying to force the owners of this private property to light up. What a silly thing for this guy to get worked up over! Put pretty blue lights all over your own damn building!</span>

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  17. So Fox news wants to violate the right of private property and force the building to light up? Really, how inconsistant this network's principles are! This is such a minor issue, but he's making such a fuss of it and claiming based on some non-existant evidence that the OVERWHELMING majority of Christians are being discriminated again<span>...</span><span>st because the owner of this building has no interest in worshipping this man's hero? I admire Napoleon, who did so much more good than this woman, and would love the Empire building to light up for him, but I'm not making a fuss about francophobia and trying to force the owners of this private property to light up. What a silly thing for this guy to get worked up over! Put pretty blue lights all over your own damn building!</span>

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  18. "i have the money"

    speaks for itself. he could have at least said, WE have the money, but even then its not right. the catholic league would be willing to spend that much money and go through all that just because of some stupid lights? clearly, the efforts of the catholic league are put in the wrong direction. 

    thank god

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