|Pope Francis delivers a speech at the Joint Session of Congress.|
Getting upset over the most trivial things is something that runs common among conservatives.
When Pope Francis delivered a Joint Session of Congress, many Republicans sat and grumbled as he delivered issues that involved climate change, nuclear weapons, immigration and the repeal of the death penalty.
Many conservatives have the nerve to call The Pope, a "Marxist". For what reason?
Because some of his stances are considered liberal. You're overracting to this?
It would be funny if it wasn't sad to have this type of behavior expressed as a foreign leader who devotes his life towards peace. I guess in the minds of those self-serving conservatives, peace is blowing the hell out of those evil "MUSLIMS".
The Pope sympathizes with the poor and the needy. He knows the decline in the church. The church's decline is due the young losing faith in religion.
He is hopeful to change this around.
His mission is to bring to light the plight of the poor. His speech included a mention of the poor and how we can improve our lives. He also condemned those who were involved in the priest scandal. He promises to reform the Catholic church.
They even got upset at President Barack Obama for "bowing" to The Pope. Matter of fact, the airplane carrying the Pope was delayed a few minutes because of the U.S. Secret Service demands to wait until the president made it.
Conservatives getting upset at The Pope is pathetic.
The Pope was invited by the weeping Rep. John Boehner (R-OH). Boehner got really emotional after he gave Pope Francis a handshake.
Earlier this year, Boehner invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu without notifying the White House. In March, the controversial leader tried to influence Congress to not support the Six Party Iranian nuclear deal.
The nuclear deal was authorized on September 17.