Skip to comments.A Rising Catholic Tide of Resistance May Determine the U.S. Presidential Election
Posted on 01/26/2012 12:15:54 PM PST by tcg
Catholics in the United States are rising up in a Tide of Resistance to the unjust actions and edicts of the Obama Administration. They might determine the outcome of the 2012 Presidential election in the United States...
...President Barack Obama chose Catholics for his administration who defy the teaching of their own Church. If that wasn't bad enough, all of the subterfuge and sophistry which surrounded his promise to honor religious liberty and respect freedom of conscience in the implementation of his "Affordable Care Act" was unmasked this week.
...An Unjust Edict was issued by Kathleen Sebelius, the Secretary of Health and Human Services. It demanded that Catholic hospitals and institutions dispense contraceptives (some of which are abortifacients) and offer sterilization under the so called "Affordable care Act". This amounts to government trying to force the Catholic Church to violate conscience. Failure to do so will bring punitive measures.
This came one day after Pope Benedict XVI addressed a group of US Bishops... He warned them of the growth of radical secularism in the United States and the accompanying threats to the fundamental Right to Religious Freedom...
... Our insistence as Catholic citizens of a recognition in the positive law of the fundamental Human Right to Life is about the future of authentic freedom. Human rights - such as the Natural Law Right to Life - and human freedoms such as the freedom to be born - are goods of human persons. When there is no human person to exercise them all the rhetoric extolling them is nothing but empty air and sloganeering....
...This administration has also failed to defend Religious Freedom as a fundamental human right. It has proven its disregard in its denial of conscience exceptions to Catholic institutions under the so called "Affordable care Act"...
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I wonder what percentage of Catholics are voting for mittens.
The RCC in the US is hopeless.
I’m RC born and raised. I am voting for Newt come “heck” or high water! The Pope himself could not make me vote for Mittens!
There’s always hope. I’m RC and voted for Newt, so did my wife and mother-in-law. That’s at least 3 of us in SC.
The Catholics I know personally are Marxists.
Should not intrude on private family matters . . . fubo.
I would say that the problem-Catholics are generally thought to be in the north. There can be little that southern Catholics nor even the Hispanic Catholics find satisfactory in Myth.
Personally, I think Newt may be doing just fine on the stump in Florida, and the outgrowth of it will spread by Tuesday, I pray. He is the best at informing people what exactly is going on with this barrage of incoming to save Romney in Florida. BACKLASH COMING, I expect.
I have an acquaintance who actually works in the office of a Catholic parish who voted for the SCOAMF and sent me email campaign propaganda in ‘08.
It’s unbelievable how uninformed,naive and criminally misled by the corrupt media so many citizens are.
It’s the undoing of our Republic.
What a great opportunity you have to evangelize them!
Not this one, nor any of my family. No more RINOs will be voted for here. It was difficult enough voting for McCain. That would have been completely impossible, had it not been for Sarah Palin. My Shorter, Cuter Half and I decided that we’d had it with weasels of any stripe. If the RNC were to try to foist Willard on us, I would not be able to vote Republican, anymore than I could vote democrat. He will not ever, under any circumstances, get my vote. Newt isn’t perfect, but is much better than Willard.
—That would have been completely impossible, had it not been for Sarah Palin. —
I told my friends (and said here) that had it not been for the introduction of Palin on the ticket, I would not have voted in 2008.
We’re on the same page here. If romney gets the nod, I’ll sit this one out, even if he picks Palin as his running mate.
If the Republican Party is so misguided as to nominate r0mney, please do NOT stay home.
Please show up to vote; vote 3rd party for President, vote for Congress as you see fit, most of all vote as you see fit on local offices and ballot issues. There's ALWAYS more on the ballot than just the President.
—Please show up to vote; vote 3rd party for President, vote for Congress as you see fit, most of all vote as you see fit on local offices and ballot issues. There’s ALWAYS more on the ballot than just the President.—
I keep forgetting to be really clear and someone keeps pointing out the above. ;-)
When I say I’ll sit it out, I mean the presidential part. I might vote third party but I’ll probably write in my own name.
I’m always concerned that some folks mean “stay at home” literally. I try to never miss an election on the chance that there’s some tax levy or other dreck on the ballot.
My mother was wondering the other day how Obama ever got elected when so many Catholics went down for the March for Life.
Answer: those very same people pulled the Democrat lever because their union (or some other form of self-interest) told them to do so.
No true Christian voted or will vote for Obama.
Perhaps this will be the catalyst and certainly, many more Catholics are talking about this now and are angry. But, I'm not confident.
Moreover, Catholics, as would many others, may have a difficult time voting for a Mormon.