E.J. Dionne Wants A ‘Mome’

How do these moonbats come to the conclusion that anyone cares what they think?

We thought E.J. Dionne was Catholic, but apparently we were mistaken. In his Washington Post column over the weekend prompted by Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation, Dionne declared: “It is time to elect a nun as the next pontiff.”

Dionne acknowledged that “this hope of mine is the longest of long shots,” but if he were Catholic he would know that a female holy father isn’t just a long shot, it’s a contradiction in terms. Dionne wants a mome, not a pope.

But Chris Smith managed to outdo even Dionne in preposterousness. As National Review’s Andrew Johnson notes, Smith “toyed with the idea of Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor as the next pope.”

Link to WSJ

Link to Dionne’s column

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2 Responses to E.J. Dionne Wants A ‘Mome’

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    As I said a couple of weeks ago, on news of the Pope’s resignation, the chattering class will immediately begin calling for a non-Catholic Pope.

  2. Roy Ryder says:

    As a non-Catholic, I’m not qualilfied to suggest who should be Pope, but as a conservative, I’m quallified to suggest that anyone suggested by EJ Dionne and his ilk should be disqualified and possibly stoned to death.

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