Nothing brings out the hypocrisy like a little religion, eh?
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard Kathy Griffin’s Emmy Award Acceptance speech, which went something like this: A lot of people come up here and thank Jesus for this. He had nothing to do with this. Suck it, Jesus. This award is my god now.
Outrage is spewing from the orifices of every Christian in
Understand, while I’m not exactly the religious type myself (in fact profoundly agnostic and cheerfully unconcerned about it might be a better description), I find
As usual, when Catholics have been offended, Catholic League President Bill Donohue is leading the tar and feathers brigade. Donohue has managed to get his corpulent smugly self-righteous face on every major news channel by calling
Donohue, through the Catholic League, an anti-defamation group, called on the TV Academy to "denounce
I’m not a Jewish comedian, but I think I’m offended. In fact, I demand an apology from the Catholic league for Donohue’s behavior. I demand it I say.
Disclaimer: It is not my intention to bash Catholics, Christians, Jews, comedians, or any Knight of the Holy Inquisition. I do, very much, realize that Bill Donohue doesn’t represent all Catholics (Isn’t that the Pope’s job?), but if the Catholic Church doesn’t publicly disown this jerk, I have to assume it agrees with him in large part.