Monday, November 26, 2007


To "pontificate" is express oneself in a pompous, and usually pointless, manner. It comes from the word "pontifex", which is a Latin word for..."bishop".

Rowan Williams, current dhimmi-ish tenant of the Archbishopric of Canterbury of the hapless Anglican Communion, exemplifies.

Victor Davis Hanson clarifies.

Why don't priests stick to what they are supposed to know about and shut up about the rest?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And what do priests know about, I wonder?

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