jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET
Fri Apr 1 21:49:43 MST 2005
I did hear today there are some people in the Vatican who will loose
their authority and their positions when the pope dies. If powerful
people can hang on to that power a little while longer by saying he's
not dead, they just might.
Before you go on about how wonderful these people are, keep in mind that
many of them knew about colleagues who molested children and kept
quiet about it or helped the perverts to escape justice.
> ABC News Radio has been reporting that the Pope is comatose, since
> around four this afternoon. According to Sean Hannity, the Italian
> media has been reporting all day long that the pontiff has already
> died. The Vatican spokesperson(s) have denied any passing, but
> confirm that JPII is "gravely ill."
> John Q.
> On Fri Apr 01 15:07:52 PST 2005, Dennis Putnam
> <dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET> wrote:
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>>>Since he's suffering so, the feeding tube should be removed and
>>>should be denied any food and water.
>>He has a living will. The Vatican is sovereign and is not subject
>>Italian law (I have no idea how Italian law treats this anyway,
>>> He can't speak for himself
>>Incorrect according to Vatican spokesmen (although that has
>>the time stamp you posted this and when I replied).
>>>obviously he wouldn't want to live this way.
>>He has a living will.
>>> Pull the tube and let him
>>He has a living will, is that what it says? You know this how?
>>> At least that's what two on this list would say.
>>Which 2 would that be?
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In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
Del Boy for President.
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