Quotable: Fidel on Bush and the Pope
Fidel Castro, still sporting his stylish tracksuit, has proffered his predictions for U.S. President Bush's meeting with Pope Benedict XVI this Saturday: Bush would now like to con Pope Benedict XVI. The Iraq War doesn't exist, it doesn't cost a cent, not one drop of blood has been spilled, nor have hundreds of thousands of ...
Bush would now like to con Pope Benedict XVI. The Iraq War doesn't exist, it doesn't cost a cent, not one drop of blood has been spilled, nor have hundreds of thousands of innocent people died as part of a shameless bartering of lives for oil and gas, imposed by force of arms on the peoples of the Third World. Nor does the danger of another war against Iran exist, including possible tactical nuclear strikes to impose the same infamous formula.
Likewise, the Pope will tell Bush that the Catholic church has no involvement in politics.
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