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Thursday, April 27, 2006


Ed Peters

No comments yet... Maybe we're thunderstruck at the outrageousness of this act, or numbed by its sorry tediousness in a long line of others.

Dale Price

More Number 2.

After the South Park Muhammad cartoon imbroglio, anti-Christian posturing and nose-pulling has struck me as empty posturing.

Not to mention about as "daring" as bathtub snorkeling.

Dale Price

Ack--one too many "posturings."

A sure sign of the necessity for a caffeine reload.

Fr. Stephanos, O.S.B.

Speech -- primordially -- is creative.
"In the beginning ... God SAID ... "Let there BE ...."

The authentic and ultimate end of human speech is to seek and meet the Creator.
"Amen, Come, Lord Jesus!"

Outside of those two ends ... speech be damned!

Tom Harmon

"The best response to offensive speech often is more speech." Preferably more offensive speech. As offensive as possible. Because multiple wrongs make a right.

Cristina A. Montes

"The best response to offensive speech often is more speech."

Yes, but do they allow Catholics to speak in the first place?

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