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A Scottish Government who backs same sex marriage does not deserve the backing of the catholic community. This is the stance of a Scottish Bishop angered by the Christian-like accepting nature of the SNP same sex marriage stance.
The Catholic Church does not deserve the followers it has, and they most certainly should not be allowed to enter into a debate regarding sex of any sort. Of course, this bishop is trying to move up in the church, but the followers will not notice nor care about that little nugget of info.
The Roman Catholic Church, who preaches the word of a forgiving and accepting Jesus, today took the stance that two humans in love do not deserve to get married. However, the perverted animals who still run free through their disgusting organisation are free to move from a parish of tapped altar boys to another in order to hide their crimes and find new victims.
The fact that the Catholic Church protects pedophiles aside, any man who does not have sex should not even be humoured when they open their mouth about sex. Catholic priests taking nonsensical vows, have made their bed, and should be forced to sleep in it, alone of course.
The Scottish Government takes a lot of flak from the idiocy of the American government and their proposed boycott of Scottish produce in the weeks after the release of Al-Megrahi, to this nonsense, a priest telling people who can or cannot get married.
That is my real problem with the religious, I guess. They are so deluded that they cannot see that they have no place in any argument really, their religion is just their belief, and there is no hard proof of anything they have to say. There is certainly no call for them hating gays, particularly when so many of their priests seem to love molesting little boys.
Much like this cretin can have a say, my argument is that the religious should have no say in anything out with the doors of their church. They can do or say what they want in there, as long as it has nothing to do with government policy, human freedom and child molestation. Other than those points, they can do what they want, make excuses to drink wine, chant, shake hands, all that hokum.