It’s time for the latest round up of all that’s holy and unholy…
Simon Horsfall deservedly warrants recognition for his good work this week. He is a Catholic chemist from Thugoona, near Albury, and does not support contraception. He was brave enough to say so and, as a result, the Soul Pattinson chain of chemists dumped him. The decision comes as none other than Ricki Lake has announced she will be producing a documentary to highlight how ‘The Pill’ is making women sick.
I understand Simon’s business will now go it alone. We can only hope and pray that he is successful. Good work Simon!
Catholic chemist, Simon Horsfall: sacked for his Catholic beliefs.
Craig Thomson is bad. We all knew that and now the courts have made it official. Thomson was previously a Member of Parliament. He should now spend time in another institution for using his union credit card to pay for prostitutes. One can only feel for his third wife, who was pregnant with their first child when the details of the scandal emerged and gave birth to their second while Thomson was facing charges. It’s all bad.
Craig Thomson: remember when he cried in Parliament
that he was innocent?
UPDATE: the Macquarie Grammar School have threatened me with legal action for pointing out that the principal, Dr Darryl Gauld, allowed his students to march in the Mardi Gras – a parade that also promoted drug use and self-described sexual perverts.
You can read all about it here.
Goose of the Week
Tony Abbott is a goose. It’s unfortunate. But it’s also true. There really is no greater height of silliness than a Prime Minister promoting an emasculated military. That’s exactly what Abbott is doing.
Tony’s decision to introduce Lieutenant Colonel McGregor, a bloke found guilty of unacceptable behaviour by the Australian Defence Force, as a beacon of shining light in yet another ABC promotion of transgender dominance in the military makes him eminently qualified to take out the ‘Goose’ award this week.
But that’s just the start. The supposedly Catholic Abbott also took a swipe at the above mentioned pharmacist, Simon Horsfall, saying that instead of acting as a Catholic, he should act professionally. Since when is it professional to do something you believe to be wrong, Mr Abbott?
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