What a week for the Catholics. Not only does news arise that President Obama was planning for a health care mandate that Catholic organizations would be required to provide birth control to patients and employee insurance programs, but now the music world takes aim too!
Another awards show, another controversial performance. Sunday night at the Grammy's it was Nicki Minaj who crossed the line by mocking the Catholic faith. The bleach blonde rapper arrived on the red carpet with an accessory to her red velvet cape: a man dressed like the pope. Viewers may have thought the strange ode to Catholicism were to stop there, but when time came for her performance, towards the end of the Grammy's show, she staged a mock exorcism while performing her, quote, new song titled "Roman Holiday."
For reaction, Sean was joined by Fox News contributor and columnist with the Daily Caller, Deneen Borelli. "It's easy for people who are performers to be outrageous. This performer, her trade is being outrageous. They're imitating Madonna," Borelli explained. "This is another example of an assault on the Catholic Church. Look who's at the head of this list -- President Obama, with the mandate, you shall or else!"