20 men, including a Rockland priest, ...

20 men, including a Rockland priest, charged in Bedford rest-stop sex sting

There are 25 comments on the The Journal News story from Oct 30, 2007, titled 20 men, including a Rockland priest, charged in Bedford rest-stop sex sting. In it, The Journal News reports that:

“You can't believe the stuff we see”

A sting aimed a men who cruise a rest area off Interstate 684 for gay sex resulted in charges against 20 men in the past month, including a Catholic priest and a registered sex offender. via The Journal News

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Chuck

Pompano Beach, FL

#21 Nov 15, 2007
Hector wrote:
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Chuck,
You do far better than I do, as you attempt to explain in detail what the situation is within the Church. God gave most of us a brain, sorry Kathy, with which to work in any way we can, to help restore the respect and honor of our Church. These old well fed idle men have nearly ruined the one true Church, but we're still deluged with apologists. I find nothing wrong with the dogma, just the dogs running the show.
I'm a contractor by necessity and musician by avocation.
Hey Hector,

Could have fooled me, I thought you were in advertising. Don't know why, guess from your suucint responses. Hope your industry's holding up, I'm hearing from all over the country that new home sales are down but remodeling's rockin'. Hope the big lenders get their acts together to help the home buyers. Anyway, I think you would be a cool dude no matter what you did.

I have no problem with the Faithful, which I consider the real church, not the vatican, but I have a big problem with the vatican organization. I don't know how this is all going to shake up or down, but right now the vatican has bigger problems than the sex scandals. They have the insurance fraud issue and the suits regarding the Ustash. They got nowhere with Condoleeza Rice and it does look like they will not get the suits dropped. Bad, bad situation, just some more crimes that they "didn't do". I hope that the UN takes them to task for Rwanda and Serbia.
Get it right

Catawissa, PA

#22 Nov 18, 2007
Well at least you don't have to worry about the priest, creating a bunch of un-wed mothers
Hector

Leavenworth, KS

#23 Nov 19, 2007
Chuck wrote:
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Hey Hector,
Could have fooled me, I thought you were in advertising. Don't know why, guess from your suucint responses. Hope your industry's holding up, I'm hearing from all over the country that new home sales are down but remodeling's rockin'. Hope the big lenders get their acts together to help the home buyers. Anyway, I think you would be a cool dude no matter what you did.
I have no problem with the Faithful, which I consider the real church, not the vatican, but I have a big problem with the vatican organization. I don't know how this is all going to shake up or down, but right now the vatican has bigger problems than the sex scandals. They have the insurance fraud issue and the suits regarding the Ustash. They got nowhere with Condoleeza Rice and it does look like they will not get the suits dropped. Bad, bad situation, just some more crimes that they "didn't do". I hope that the UN takes them to task for Rwanda and Serbia.
There are too many of us bidding on too few jobs, but I will survive. First step is to look toward the future, so I did just that, I booked a cruise for a week at the end of January to the western Caribbean.
I did an internet search and came up with Vatican lawsuit liability exceeds $1 Billion, that I was not aware of. Church will no doubt be asking for a special collection, but I'll be in the Caribbean.
Chuck

Pompano Beach, FL

#24 Nov 19, 2007
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There are too many of us bidding on too few jobs, but I will survive. First step is to look toward the future, so I did just that, I booked a cruise for a week at the end of January to the western Caribbean.
I did an internet search and came up with Vatican lawsuit liability exceeds $1 Billion, that I was not aware of. Church will no doubt be asking for a special collection, but I'll be in the Caribbean.
Hi Hector,

Good for you, I hope that you have a terrific cruise. Sometimes you just have to do it to get recharged. I know what you mean about too many bidding on the same work. Usually though, the weaker guys get shaken out of the trees and the ones with the staying power just get stronger. I have a buddy that was a contractor. He got caught in the real estate switches here a few years ago with some spec homes. He completely changed his profession. He took his lumps, which were pretty costly and started a completely new business outside the industry. His experience was a huge plus. If you can be a contractor, you can pretty much do anything. It is not easy pleasing the bank, the customer, managing the job, the subs, the vendors, employees, and keeping things running smooth on the home front. I've been on a lot of job sites and I've seen things get pretty heated.

Yeah, I think I'll be in the Caribbean permanently, when it comes to the collection plate. Seriously, it's being downplayed, but it's pretty serious. This would be a good time for a miracle. Don't think any insurance company's coming through on this one. Don't think there are any insurers left to take the bait.

Since: Nov 07

Los Angeles

#25 Nov 19, 2007
Glad they caught this phony priest. May he and his homo brothers all rot in hell.

Somewhere around 83% of the "child abuse" cases were instances of homosexual predator priests seducing teen and pre-teen boys. Homosexuals weren't even allowed into Catholic Seminaries until Liberals seized control of the Church in the late 1960's. In the old days young men were promptly booted out of the Seminary if they were suspected of being booty-worshippers. All this changed after Vatican II.

In the 1970's and '80's, when it became evident that homosexual predator priests were on the prowl, the Liberal Bishops didn't want to get rid of such "nice young men". So the Bishops sent the predator homo priests for treatment to therapists who accepted homo-pedophilia as an “orientation.” This is well documented by Dr. Judith Reisman. Google her.

In restrospect the Boy Scouts showed much more wisdom than the Catholic Bishops in preventing the desecration of their organization by homosexuals.

However, the Church survives doesn't it! No thanks to the Lavender Bishops.

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