A Man for All Seasons on Pro-Abortion Politicians

This is made like one of those Dos Equis commercials about the most interesting man alive. Sir Thomas More, as you might suspect, has an opinion about public officials who forsake their faith.

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  1. I doubt even playwright Robert Bolt could take serious exception to this use of his work. Spot on.

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  2. Time to watch Man for all Seasons again

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  3. Kinda funny...


    I want to recommend St Thomas More's "Comfort Against Tribulation", Its a wonderful book written by the Saint during his final days. He has alot we can learn from in these days of our own.

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  4. So Matt,
    Who are the top five candidates for the Ritchie Rich character?
    That guy was such a weasel!

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  5. By the way,
    The courtiers in that movie, looks like the fawning obama press corp when he gives those ridiculous staged photo ops and inane interviews.

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  6. Very good, but why the annoying and too-loud guitar overlay? Guitar, after all, is a French word meaning kindling.
    This semester I taught A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS as the drama unit in my English class (yes, yes, I know; the boys on a.m. radio would say that's impossible), and the students got it. And only one Catholic in the lot.

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  7. 'Tis the motif.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U18VkI0uDxE&t=7m2s

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