Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Cardinal Dolan on the "Starbucks" Controversy

I have not followed the Starbucks 'cup' controversy. Whether it is or isn't an attempt to offend Christians is irrelevant as they have been doing so, quite publicly, for a long, long time. Starbucks goes out of their way to market their antiChristian culture in the public square.

It's ok with them to add the murdering of babies and selling of their parts to their list of 'charities'.

They have formally announced that no Christian should cross their threshold.

They felt comfortable enough in all the hating of Christians in the public square to confidently announce that if we believe in Christ's purpose for human sexuality, they do not want us in their establishment.

Their overpriced coffee takes like dirt. They have to load sugar, syrup and whipped cream in their drinks to overcome the rancid taste.

Join the rest of Christendom and find another merchant.

We could put them out of business.

And we should.

Of course these days, every moment of sanity in the asylum is breached by the shriek of a mad man.

Timothy Cardinal Dolan sent a message Tuesday to Christians up in arms over the Starbucks red cups — chill out.

He said he doesn't want to be viewed as a crabbing naysayer.

This is a man whose vocation is supposed to be saving souls who when told about a person making a choice that cost him his salvation said "bravo, good for him".

The apostolic see is filled to the rafters with imbeciles. It is insufferable!


Anonymous said...

Perhaps his Eminance should start handing out gift cards to Dunkin Donuts, more bucks for the money! Really? I applaud Donald for wanting to bring back the old fashioned phrase, Merry Christmas!

StevenD-Jasper said...

so many weaklings in power.