Sunday, August 24, 2008

Random Thoughts For A Sunday Morning
Other than getting in the right frame of mind for Mass

Am I the only one who found it hilarious concerning; "So let me introduce to you the next President.... the next Vice President.... of United States of America, Joe Biden!" (Barack Obama, Remarks, Springfield, IL, 8/23/08)

Will the liberal "Catholics For Obama" Bishops get around what both Archbishop Burke and The Holy Father said concerning Holy Communion for pro-abortion politicians, by texting The Sacraments to Biden?

How great would it be if McCain chose Bobby Jindal, just so he could ask Biden at the Veep debate, "does your racist comments about Indian-Americans pertain to my parents... well, do they?"

If McCain chooses a pro-abortion politician (or a flip-flopper like Romney) for Veep, does that mean that all his pro-life rhetoric is a just a lie? We'll see, won't we?

5 Comments:

Blogger Simplex Vir said...

OK forgive me for being bold enough to answer your rhetorical but good questions.

1.No you are not the only one!
2.Interesting question, first no they won't get around it. It may appear here on earth that they do. Second texting Sacraments can only work if you are on the same phone plan.
3. Yes I would like to see that too! Alas Democreeps are allowed to be racists because they are the party of the minority. They get the free pass.
4. I think due to Obama's pick, McCain has a golden opportunity to show what kind of character he has. Selecting a strong pro-life running mate would provide a clear dilenation for voters. As of this writing I still do not know if McCain is really pro-life or just paying lip service to people like myself. DAMN I AM JUST SO JADED!!

6:02 AM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

I don't think Romney flip-flopped on abortion. He simply flipped -- from pro-abort to pro-life. Isn't that what we wish they's all do?

10:01 AM  
Blogger Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

If McCain chooses a pro-abortion politician (or a flip-flopper like Romney) for Veep, does that mean that all his pro-life rhetoric is a just a lie?

I would say no, but it would indicate just how high-priority, how "fundamental" the abortion issue is to McCain.

11:59 AM  
Blogger Coffee Catholic said...

Obama is such an arrogant sod!!

2:45 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

If McCain actually chose a pro-abort running mate, then that would be very indicative of how seriously he feels about the issue of abortion and life issues. However, I do not think he will do this. First of all, it would be political suicide. He would never win with a pro-choice VP. Actually, I feel more confortable with Romney's position on this than McCain. McCain is way to casual about the whole thing. We need vehement statements against those moral issues, not "Well I was for it before I was against it." Anyway, he would be crazy to pick a pro-abort, and he would absolutely give Obama an advantage, which he does not have at this point. Joe Biden is not exactly a thriller, although he is very evil. If McCain doesn't pick a pro-life VP then he has lost my vote, period.

5:28 PM  

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