For What It's Worth Department:
I posted this comment (pending moderation) on the blog IZZOIZ after another rather boorish post about the Catholic Church and Cardinal Bergoglio/Francis I, criticizing his supposed support of LGBT Civil Unions in Argentina when faced with the likely passage of same-gender marriage there.
So, I guess it's OK for Barack Obama and the Clintons to evolve in their views about same-gender marriage, but not so much for someone "Catholic" like Bergoglio. Your coverage of anything Catholic seems like just another opportunity for you to express hatred rather than give any in-depth information.
Look, I have been a vocal critic of the Catholic Church, especially while it was under the influence of Ratzinger (read my blog). But I think there is a way to present a story or to editorialize, that is honest, even brutally honest, but still maintains some semblance of intellectual maturity.
Compare your headline with that of the Advocate.com - yours is clearly biased as is your snide editorial comment.
Like I said, we all know there is much to criticize about the Catholic Church, but just making the same old pernicious comments over and over does not add anything intellectual to the discussion.
I, and maybe other readers, would be more inclined to take you seriously if your hatred didn't come across as your main point. It goes well beyond righteous indignation or anger; by painting with a broad brush of name-calling your blog entries on the subject are often both offensive and entirely laughable.
As there are plenty of blogs out there that are reporting on LGBT news, I am removing IZZOIZ from my reading list; I am considering doing the same for another blog, however that blog is better written and more insightful, except when it come to "Catholic" issues, so I will put that decision on hold.