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Thursday, December 9, 2010

DAN RATHER REPORTS, BUT YOU HAVE TO BUY IT

This is a preview for Dan Rather Reports which aired last night. It is not available free on the internet, unless someone knows something I don't. But here is a preview of what would have been seen last night. It looks very interesting. If you can find the actual show on Youtube, let me know.

4 comments:

pinanv525 said...

Ya' see the mousey little screwball with the scraggly beard and the glasses toward the end talking about how "diverse" and "global" the Church is gonna' be? These are the ones to watch out for...The Catholic Church already is, always has been, the most global and diverse religious body in the world. When people like this use the terms "global" and "diverse," they are talking about deconstructing the Church to inlcude Muslims, Mormons, nature worshippers, witches, and anything else that calls itself religion. "Diverse" to them means including any life style at all, whether it be homosexual, pedophilic, atheistic, psychopathic, or advocates of bestiality. All this nonsense, is nothing more than a continued effort to destroy the Church. They already have the fires lit for Rather down below. I expect he'll spend the first thousand years roasting over a low flame right next to Bill Moyers. Man, I'd like a peek over the precipice of Glory (assuming I make it)to report on that one..."And, tonight, from the depths of Hades, an exclusive report on the bar-b- q-ing of Dan Rather. "Well, Dan, they have the temperature at a steady 200 degrees. What is your response to that?" *Muffled screams* "Well, (heh, heh) ladies and gentlemen, back to our regularly scheduled programming...."

SqueekerLamb said...

If somebody figures out how we can watch this episode, let us know.

Anonymous said...

This show is available on iTunes for $1.99. I plan to buy it and watch it sometime soon.

Fr. Cory said...

For those who have HD DVRs on DirecTV, it is available on demand. I'm downloading it right now.

I know we're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but Dan Rather reporting on "The conservative shift in the Catholic Church" doesn't sound good.