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Catholic Bishops wage political battle

Original post made by Pearly Pearl, Professorville, on Feb 10, 2012

From the Most Reverend Stephen E. Blaire, chairman of the Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development for the Catholic Bishops, Web Link , on human life and dignity, and justice.

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Posted by John Hand
a resident of Adobe-Meadow
on Feb 10, 2012 at 3:27 pm

One would think after the right's disaster with Komen that the GOP would have known better than to side against women on this trumped up issue.

Fox poll said 2-1. Wow.


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Posted by morally bankrupt
a resident of College Terrace
on Feb 10, 2012 at 5:50 pm

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Posted by svatoid
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Feb 10, 2012 at 7:21 pm

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The morally bankrupt catholic church is lecturing us on what is � right�. They are acting outraged over this issue. Maybe they should clean their own house before they tell us what to do.


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Posted by Perspective
a resident of Midtown
on Feb 14, 2012 at 11:10 am

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Yes, truly terrible that the Catholics are siding with the liberty to choose the insurance you want, instead of with forcing us to buy insurance we don't want.

Those darn,evil Catholics, wanting us to be free to choose the lives we want to live, pay for what we want to have! How dare they!!

If we accept DCs power to overturn our own beliefs and force us inot submission into the church of DC, what next? In the name of women, forcing Muslim centers to allow women into their prayers? I mean, really, the govt knows best what is good for us, right? Forcing those who support abortion to pay for anti-abortion counseling for women?

Try to remember, folks, the powerhunger of govt is insatiable. We have shredded respect for our Constitution and the Bill of Rights, but individual liberty is the name of the game that we are tossing out.


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Posted by svatoid
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Feb 14, 2012 at 11:16 am

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"Yes, truly terrible that the Catholics are siding with the liberty to choose the insurance you want, instead of with forcing us to buy insurance we don't want."
This has nothing to do with insurance, Perspective. Perhaps you should become familiar with the issue.

"Those darn,evil Catholics, wanting us to be free to choose the lives we want to live, pay for what we want to have! How dare they!!"
Once again, become familiar with the issue before you get all worked up.

"If we accept DCs power to overturn our own beliefs and force us inot submission into the church of DC, what next? "
No one is forcing any woman to use contraceptives. No one is forcing anyone to abandon their religious beliefs.

"We have shredded respect for our Constitution and the Bill of Rights, but individual liberty is the name of the game that we are tossing out."
No one is tossing out individual liberties--you are just parroting the bogus claims of the Republicans and the "moral authorities" in the Catholic Church.


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