Vatican Controls 66% of the Supreme Court

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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 5:40 am » by Adamflownemo


Like Sherman Minton, Clarence Thomas was not a Catholic at the time he was appointed to the Court. Thomas was raised Catholic and briefly attended Conception Seminary College, a Roman Catholic seminary, but had joined the Protestant denomination of his wife after their marriage. At some point in the late 1990s, Thomas returned to Catholicism. In 2005, John Roberts became the third Catholic Chief Justice and the fourth Catholic on the Court. Shortly thereafter, Samuel Alito became the fifth on the Court,
In May 2009, President Barack Obama nominated a Catholic woman, Sonia Sotomayor, to replace retiring Justice David Souter. Her confirmation raised the number of Catholics on the Court to six, compared to three non-Catholics

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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 5:43 am » by Realorfake


wow..................... :headscratch:


Percentage of religions in the US
http://religions.pewforum.org/reports

Protestant and Catholic make up over 75% of the country...

I dont get it...should we be surprised??
How many times must you honk your horn and say fuck you?
Now what the fuck does that do?
You feel better now, I didnt let you pass.
How bout I stop my car and beat your fuckin' ass?

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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 5:54 am » by Realorfake


This is whats wrong with Christians and to be honest Im fucking glad our Supreme Court is 66% Catholic and not 66% crazy...


The first line of this website should explain what I mean...

http://www.justforcatholics.org/
How many times must you honk your horn and say fuck you?
Now what the fuck does that do?
You feel better now, I didnt let you pass.
How bout I stop my car and beat your fuckin' ass?

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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 5:55 am » by Heinousone


Just to clarify something, one doesn't have to be a professed catholic to work for the advancement of the Roman Catholic Church's designs. What those designs actually are is a whole other debate that probably wouldn't go over very well.



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