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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    They will all be entitled to and will receive review, which is all I said at #184. Your lay opinion about some being thrown out is irrelevant.
    Since you've been resorting to the smug accusations of "lack of reading comprehension", I'll throw it right back at you. I never said "some" would be thrown out. I said most all would be. And my and your opinions are mutually relevant or irrelevant at this point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SealBeachHusker View Post
    Isn't even frivolous litigation provided "review"? All civil procedures are subject to the rules of civil procedure, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by McKinneyTXHusker View Post
    I'm going to call you on that one, Jay. Please provide links showing where the Catholic Church has knowingly hired (as opposed to knowingly not fired) "persons that have a history of actions commonly associated with homosexual behaviors" to use your words.

    By the way, I also think your equating of homosexuals with pedophiles is pretty abhorrent and demeaning to homosexuals, too.
    Where have I equated pedophiles with homosexuals? I'm going to call you on that one, McKTX. Please provide links showing me equating of homosexuals with pedophiles.

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    I read #174 and #194 for the proposition that the Catholic Church was hiring homosexuals and implying that pedophilia was the homosexual behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BasilLongfellow View Post
    I read #174 and #194 for the proposition that the Catholic Church was hiring homosexuals and implying that pedophilia was the homosexual behavior.
    If I understand what you are saying, I think I also read that as the implication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerwirejay View Post
    Where have I equated pedophiles with homosexuals? I'm going to call you on that one, McKTX. Please provide links showing me equating of homosexuals with pedophiles.
    Really? OK, here you go. Please explain, and cite the "sites" you claim you can, about the Catholic Church knowingly hiring homosexuals, who are not pedophiles. We'll be waiting for your "sites" [SP] and until then, everyone sees through your little charade.

    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerwirejay View Post
    There are lots of other examples I can site as well that illustrate that the Catholic Church has knowingly hired homosexuals (homosexuals, or at least persons that have a history of actions commonly associated with homosexual behaviors) in ministry positions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerwirejay View Post
    Where have I equated pedophiles with homosexuals? I'm going to call you on that one, McKTX. Please provide links showing me equating of homosexuals with pedophiles.

    Sorry, despite your denials, I still believe that you were trying to take a cheap shot at the Catholic Church. As I've told you a thousand times, you would fare so much better if you would simply state your opinion instead of beating around the bush or pretending that you were trying to be complimentary when you really were not. There is zero question in my mind, that this post was intended to be a cheap shot at the Catholic Church.

    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerwirejay View Post
    For the record, the Catholic Church has a long history to hiring homosexuals, or at least persons that have a history of actions commonly associated with homosexual behaviors including viewing gay porn on the Church's computers or in other formats. Further, they have a history of allowing these people to continue to work for them after certain actions are discovered. I think you will find that in PRACTICE, they are quite open and accepting regarding homosexuality and employment.
    I took this post to be a clear reference to this post you made about ten days ago:

    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerwirejay View Post
    3. A good man, the Bishop of Seattle will head the team that will make sure the Nuns do this right. Archbishop J. Peter Sartrain now is Seattle was criticized "after his diocese ordained a priest who ended up being charged with sex abuse. Alejandro Flores, pleaded guilty in September 2010 to sexually abusing a young west suburban boy over a five-year period starting in 2005. Flores’ ordination had been delayed ... when it was discovered that he had looked at male pornography on a church computer."
    I'm sure you will deny that's the case, and that you were actually referring to some other case of some other priest being ordained after having been caught viewing gay porn. But given that the facts described in your post above exactly corresponded to the facts of the case involving Bishop Sartain, it was certainly reasonable for McKinney and others to infer based on your agenda and prior posting history that you were in this particular instance equating homosexuality with pedophilia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BasilLongfellow View Post
    I read #174 and #194 for the proposition that the Catholic Church was hiring homosexuals and implying that pedophilia was the homosexual behavior.
    That was also my initial thought, especially given who it came from.
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    For the record, I am 100% behind Coach Brown...

    The facts:

    What I posted- the Catholic Church has a long history to hiring homosexuals, or at least persons that have a history of actions commonly associated with homosexual behaviors including viewing gay porn on the Church's computers or in other formats

    What the church knew when Flores was ordained- Flores had viewed male pornography on the church computer(s)

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    I was impressed by his release over the weekend. I still don't like what he's saying overall, but that was a good statement. Answered some of my questions. Staying out of it publicly is his only real move if he wants to focus on what's important...football. I want him coaching first, and whatever he does after that shouldn't make the headlines. He did a wonderful job at Happy Valley. Hopefully that and tough WR's and RB's that are good people will remain his legacy and not this controversy.

    I also liked Dirk's op ed.
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