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Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Happy Unearned Guilt Day


Pope Francis gave his usual rant yesterday about the evils of capitalism, advanced civilization and material well-being.

“For many people, life’s meaning is found in possessing, in having an excess of material objects. An insatiable greed marks all human history, even today, when, paradoxically, a few dine luxuriantly while all too many go without the daily bread needed to survive,” the Pope said.

Hey Pope Francis: Why don’t you go live in a hut, without heat, air conditioning or comfortable clothes, cars and planes? You hypocritical Communist.

 Oh, and by the way: Merry Christmas!

The Pope appeals to the worst within people — the frightened part. The part that feels like, “I’m not good enough to cope and survive. I’m not deserving of happiness.”

You have to wonder: Does somebody who WANTS or NEEDS you to feel that way have your best interests at heart? Or is he more of a psychological sadist?

In the spirit of the opposite of what the Pope has to say, I’d like to wish all decent, well-meaning, self-responsible and productive people Happy Unearned Guilt Day........To Read More....

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