The NYT "sadly" speaks: "@NickKristof: Pope Francis...sadly traditional on sexuality and contraception."—
Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) March 13, 2013
Not shocking. What was shocking to the New York Time’s Nick Kristof? The fact that the new pope, Pope Francis I, is … Catholic.
He’s sad that the pope is traditional. Why, oh why, can’t the pope be a secular, pro-abortion “feminist” like “superb” Hillary Clinton?! Next, a fellow New York Times reporter started “wondering” how Pope Francis I was involved in Argentina’s Dirty War.
Mr. Kristof retweeted it, of course.
They are just “asking questions,” you see.
Standard operating procedure for lapdogs. Kristof continues whining.
Cardinals seem to realize the need for change in reaching for an Argentine who rides public buses. But I fear change is mostly style.—
Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) March 13, 2013
Now he’s sad and fearful! Twitter users kindly try to teach him about Catholicism and, you know, reality.
I just found out this Pope is pro-life? Whoa.—
Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) March 13, 2013
Zing! It’s funny, because it’s true. Well, on the plus side, The New York Times is nothing if not predictable. So, there’s that.