Sunday, August 31, 2008


If Michael Moore, Palm d’Or winner, had three feet, he would have stuck all three in his mouth on this occasion:

This is what the Germans call schadenfreude, joy at the discomfort of others. While everyone should rejoice at Moore’s celebration of theism – the presence of storm Gustav off the shore of New Orleans, he says, is proof of God existence – the proof, which St. Thomas Aquinas missed, strikes some as a bad joke.

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