Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

No Pope here ... ? Not a prayer, Jim

In other news, I see Jim Rodgers thinks the Pope shouldn't visit NI because it might cause upset and put pressure on the police. Hmmm ... interesting how some of our politicians respond.

Jim says he's not anti-Pope. I'm sure the Pope's glad to hear that. I'm probably more anti-Pope than a lot of people. The office that is, not this man in particular, who seems pretty cool in many ways. But I wouldn't keep him out just in case some don't like the idea of it.

Are we handing over all our policy decisions and ethical attitude-setting to the losers now?

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