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Photo of the day

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Brazil's president Dilma Rousseff, left, Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez, center, and Bolivia's President Evo Morales, attend the papal Mass on Copacabana beach

Three ultra-leftist Latrine American heads of state  attended Mass today in Rio de Jaineiro.  The celebrant was Pope Francis.

Study their expressions closely. Then study the expression on the face of the Robert De Niro look-alike directly behind them.

Form your own opinion.

Here's mine: I think the guy behind them designed this poster, and is reveling in how appropriate it seems:

hypocrites

For a closer look at everyone's face, and some amazing photos of the papal Mass on Copacabana Beach, go HERE.

 

 

1 comment to Photo of the day

  • asombra

    Why are Dilma and Cretina dressed like it's a funeral mass? Why does Evo look like an overly tanned Wayne Newton? Who do these people think they're kidding?