Spanish Group Sues Madrid Pride For Pope Remarks

Talk about cojones!

Spanish social conservatives have filed a lawsuit against Madrid Pride for – get this – hate speech. HazteOir claims that pride organizers and other revelers smeared the Catholic Church’s good name by holding up a sign calling Pope Benedict XVI “chief of the inquisitors.” Benedict, of course, often rails against gay rights. Should we sue him for hate speech?

As if their lawsuit’s not laughable enough, HazteOir claims their fight’s for the greater good:

From both humanitarian and Christian concepts of society, only by protecting values such as liberty, justice and solidarity can citizens retain their rights and dignity,” HazteOir states on its website.

Our projects are aimed to promote political participation, human dignity and the value and integrity of human life.

How do you say bullshit in Spanish?