Far too many "trads" are like judas: feeble, cowardly, and eager the put the government over God when they feel the devil has taken control. They feel the devil has taken over and they wish to offer up the Church and God alike as a meal to the tiger in the hopes that it eats judas last. As both Job and St Thomas More know, that is nonsense.
They tend to be the same thing.
Right in the middle of self-righteous, self-referencing worship of right-wing politics he outright apostatizes in public. Though who could be shocked? Screw him.
One is not allowed to insult people on any forum, unless it is against a Catholic, a Catholic's family, or the Church.
I get banned almost everywhere I go. In fact is is how I measure my success.
Yesterday, I was given the opportunity to contact customer service of a company I have (most likely mistakenly) bought the products of. After being given in return a form letter and an offer to go screw myself, I was also opted in to the opportunity to give a survey on my experience. Whoops.
I have recently been cut off from hundreds of people I care about because I got in the way of a political ideology. It seems there is a lot of that going around these days, and not just from faceless corporations either.
Those of a specific political persuasion I often share have been in an uproar over the canceling of ABC's "Roseanne." I say "good riddance," and loudly.
I may post quotes from time to time. The first one will be my favorite quote of all. One far too long to ever be quoted normally, and one that cannot be easily found anywhere online. The only link to it I had ever managed was only half of the quote and posted to the tumblr blog of a 21 year-old girl. This lead to many obnoxious people on multiple sites I used the link on thinking I was a 21 year-old girl in the desperate hope they could "identity politics" their way out of coming up with an argument against me.
If you have found your way to my blog, you probably already know me from elsewhere or else you are this guy looking for a "final solution" to the NigelTeapot problem.