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ht The winos at Wonkette who make everything so fucking funny!

The Catholic Church is really missing out on a major opportunity to rehabilitate their image by not picking up Father Pedobear as part of an “Oh my God!  We suck!” campaign.

Nope, instead they want to make lives more difficult for victims by opposing a Connecticut bill that eliminates a statute of limitations on sex crimes!

Destroyed by Father Rapesalot???  No compensation for you!!!!

Connecticut Bishops write:

Over the past several years in states that have even temporarily eliminated the statutes, it has caused the bankruptcy of at least seven dioceses.”

“Records likely are gone, witnesses’ memories may have grown unreliable.”

“This bill would put all Church institutions, including your parish, at risk.”

“The bottom line is that this is terrible public policy, discriminatory by its nature, and a huge threat to us all.”

“Blah, blah, blah, suck our collective cock….literally, we mean it.”

Poor babies, worried about their bank accounts more than the sick fucks who rape little kids.

How much might they have saved had they invested a long time ago in purging the church of pedophiles?

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21 thoughts on “Father Pedobear: the Mascot

  1. Shouldn’t that be ‘Oh my God! We fuck!’? Or is that too much of an admission for these poor bedeviled folk in black (and red and gold and gold and all that fucking gold the Vatican owns).

    And again I say, does anyone actually believe that church pedophilia has not been going on for a good fifteen hundred years, and that every Pope has not been complicit? It’s time for this church to fall into rubble under the weight of its arrogance and hypocrisy and just plain flat fucking evil.

  2. Again — you have a gift!

    I nominate ‘Oh my God! We Suck!’ as the PERFECT motto for the Catholic church!
    … or should it be ‘Thank you God! They Suck!’ ?? 😉

  3. How much might they have saved had they invested a long time ago in purging the church of pedophiles?

    How much might we have been spared had we invested a long time ago in purging the world of the Catholic Church?

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