Now that former bishop/Douche of the Week Timothy Dolan has traveled to the Vatican for his altar-boy circle jerk initiation, he’s been promoted to cardinal. And Dolan has decided to speak out about how he failed to secure an unholy alliance with the GOP party in order to block the passage of marriage equality in New York State last year.
Dolan told the New York Daily News:
“We got burned last year when we were told the redefinition of marriage didn’t have much of a chance—and of course it did. Our Senate leaders, we highly appreciated them being with us all along. When they kind of assured us it didn’t have much of a chance—not that we let up, but we probably would have been much more vigorous and even more physically present if we knew there was a chance. We got a little stung, and it could be as much our fault as anyone else’s.”
At least he’s not inviting NOM to come to New York to try to repeal the measure? Still, he sounds a little bitter about getting trounced by ally-extraordinaire Andrew Cuomo and his merry band of gays. And we are loving it—though we’re certainly not ones to gloat.