San Antonio, TX-In what Catholic League President Bill Donohue has condemned as a "vulgar, in-your-face brand of hate speech.", local 7-year-old Pedro Delacruz denied the importance of Jesus in helping him win the 2nd grade spelling bee held today in the school cafeteria.
Several religious organizations in addition to the Catholic League have called for cenorship of Delacruz's remarks when the film of the event is shown during the upcoming Parent's Night event, as well as immediate intervention in the form of counseling and behavior therapy. School principal Waldo Weatherbee has declared that "This young man's offensive remarks will not be a part of this institutions Parent's Night festivities, which include a spaghetti dinner, silent auction of the children's artwork, and reasonably priced fruit punch."
Delacruz, unshaken by the controversy surrounding his comments, explains "My little brother Jesus is a pain. He kept me up all night crying. I won the spelling bee anyway though, no thanks to him. Can I have my cake now?"