Skip to comments.US News & World Report publishes ridiculous anti-Catholic screed
Posted on 01/08/2014 1:26:23 PM PST by crusader71
"Et tu, Justice Sonia Sotomayor? Really, we can't trust you on women's health and human rights? The lady from the Bronx just dropped the ball on American women and girls as surely as she did the sparkling ball at midnight on New Year's Eve in Times Square. Or maybe she's just a good Catholic girl.
The Supreme Court is now best understood as the Extreme Court. One big reason why is that six out of nine Justices are Catholic. Let's be forthright about that.
Sotomayor's blow brings us to confront an uncomfortable reality. More than WASPS, Methodists, Jews, Quakers or Baptists, Catholics often try to impose their beliefs on you, me, public discourse and institutions."
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They’re nuts. It’s just a stay until the case can be heard. Everyone is over reacting to this.
And I wish the lefties would stop acting like birth control is some big, expensive thing. I bought my own birth control pills years ago when I was making the $2/hour minimum wage. Not a big deal.
I don’t see it as any worse than what is said by liberals each and every day. Liberals deal with groups not people. Actually fairly tame compared to accusing us of killing people. Just another trash article and just another day.
most of the people who “impose” beliefs on America are atheists
almost hope to be around when the atheists finally run up against the muslims for dominance over the public
I expect this kind of crap from the media these days
Nah. That was enough already.
While it's true that six of the nine profess to be Catholic, there's no doubt in my mind that the religion being peddled from their bench is statism.
A pox on them.
The author sounds like a raging fang-tooth feminazi. This is how far they will go to protect their precious abortion.
You can tell who they are. They hate the Catholic Church violently.
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All these folks need to hear from us.
It will be pretty easy to get rid of the Catholic Church, because it has had weak leadership for years, many US Protestant denominations hate Catholics (as we can see here on a daily basis) and won’t support anything Catholic, and of course it has been the target of the press for at least 20 years now. So the Church will have few defenders.
Anybody who thinks the Church is going to ride this out is deluding themselves. Other Christian groups will go along in one way or another, since as Henry VIII said, all you have to do is just sign, you don’t really have to accept it... Some Catholics may sign, too, and this may provoke a schism.
In any case, look for the press to start publishing insane articles where they have found some nutty, greedy peson who claims the Little Sisters of the Poor were exploiting her elderly maiden aunt (whom she abandoned) while they cared for the aunt or something along those lines. Leaving aside the nonsensical Magdalene Laundries movie (Philomena), there have also been attacks in Spain on long-deceased hospital nuns who helped pregnant teenagers by arranging adoptions for their babies, etc.
The attacks are going to be terrible. I hope our bishops are up to it, but I doubt that most of them are.
The Supreme Court is now best understood as the Extreme Court. One big reason why is that six out of nine Justices are
Catholic Hispanic. Let's be forthright about that.
Sotomayor's blow brings us to confront an uncomfortable reality. More than WASPS, Methodists, Jews, Quakers or Baptists,
Catholics Hispanics often try to impose their beliefs on you, me, public discourse and institutions."
Imagine if it said this. Or replace Hispanic with black... or lesbian! The same cheering bigots would be charging the author with a hate crime.
Robert Schlesinger is managing editor for opinion at U.S. News and World Report, overseeing all opinion editorial content. He is the author of “White House Ghosts: Presidents and Their Speechwriters.” E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter: @rschles.