Written by Pointer

Tuesday, 2 June 2009

image for US Supreme Court's Five Catholics Make the Vatican the Fifty-First State
The map of the new Vatican State of the USA

American Protestants worried that a Roman Catholic president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy would have a greater allegiance to the Pope than to the US Presidency. Once they learned that the whorin bastard was alot like them they relaxed at least until the Bay of Pigs almost brought a hard rain to fall on all of god's children. but now a new papist threat has infiltrated the Federal government.

Five of the nine Justices of the Supreme Court are all conservative Roman Catholics. A Sixth has now been proposed as the next Supreme. Her liberal reputation have the five traditionalists worried and so many believe that that anxiety can explain the most recent controversial decision to come from the Catholic Quintet. In the case of Benedict the Sixteenth against the the US Congress, the Pope is suing to be annexed as the Fifty-first stae of the USof A.

Opening arguments cited the Emma Lazarus poem inscribed at the foot of the Statue of Liberty: Roman Catholicism is most certainly poor since the collapse of the Vatican banks' Mafioso investments, we are tired after the endless pedophilia crisis, and ask any catholic if they are longing for freedom from all of our ridiculous laws.

The liberal four Justices offered half hearted token arguments about already having too many red states and a reluctance to admit a stae that still practices monarchy. but the catholic Quintet prevailed and pope benedict has become the governor of a state of grace that will surely never admit gay marriage, divorce or an effective child protective service.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: America




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