The Rhetoric of Pope John Paul II (Lexington Studies in by Joseph R. Blaney, Joseph P. Zompetti

By Joseph R. Blaney, Joseph P. Zompetti

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For example, Leno joked on April 11, “John Kerry is on his way back from the Vatican. ” Later in the monologue, Leno balanced partisan topics by making fun of President Bush. He said: The College of Cardinals has set the date of April 18th for the secret vote. . What they do is, an elite group of robed figures, they meet behind closed doors and they choose the new leader. ” Leno similarly joked about the 2000 election on April 13: “You know how they pick the Pope? The Cardinals first vote. And then the ballots are burned.

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