Saturday, March 07, 2009

Sam Brownback-Stabber Gives Kissing Lessons
The Kiss of Judas, that is

Senator Brownback-Stabber led the way (Father Tom Euteneuer says it best here). Now the floodgates are opening for the roaches to pour forth.

With arrogance and contempt, the Obatholics sneer at Holy Mother The Church. But hey... they've found their Obamessiah. Now Jesus Hussein Christ just needs some Apostles and Disciples. Looks like he's found 'em.

Here's some of the article from Spero.com; (Emphasis mine)
Catholic professors endorse Sebelius nomination
Of the 26 Catholic activists and clergy signing a public statement supporting President Obama's choice of Kathleen Sebelius,
half are employed by Catholic institutions of higher learning.

According to a statement by the Cardinal Newman Society, half of the 26 Catholic activists, scholars and theologians who signed a statement publicly supporting President Barack Obama’s selection of pro-abortion Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius as Secretary of Health and Human Services are professors employed by Catholic universities. “These professors are giving comfort and aid to those whose stated goals are to advance policies directly opposed to Catholic teachings on life issues, and they do it under the guise of fidelity to Jesus Christ,” said Patrick J. Reilly, President of The Cardinal Newman Society.

“Lauding pro-abortion Catholics such as Gov. Sebelius is an entirely individual action that does not necessarily reflect on their Catholic employers, but it does highlight the problem of Catholic universities being used as platforms for pro-abortion politics. Moreover, it speaks to the need for careful faculty hiring that considers the moral judgment and example of professors.” ( I thought "John Paul The Great" took care of that with the much ignored Oath of Fidelity for Catholic colleges. What the hell ever happened to that?)

The pro-Sebelius open statement, organized by the pro-Obama group Catholics United, cites Sebelius’ “successful efforts at reducing abortion.” Sebelius has said that she personally believes abortion is wrong. (And I'm personally against killing Jews, Gypsies and Polish Catholics... but who am I to make a moral judgement against the Nazis?)

However, Kathleen Sebelius vetoed pro-life legislation on four separate occasions as governor of Kansas. After she vetoed the pro-life Comprehensive Abortion Reform Act in April 2008, Bishop Joseph Naumann told the Los Angeles Times that she “should stop receiving Communion until she publicly repudiates her support of abortion.”

“Given Gov. Sebelius’s abortion record and the concerns of her own bishop, it is sad that some of her strongest supporters are speaking out from their platforms on Catholic campuses,” noted Reilly.

Catholic scholars who signed the statement, with their Catholic university affiliations, include:

Lisa Sowle Cahill – Boston College
Nicholas Cafardi – Duquesne University
William D’Antonio – The Catholic University of America
Miguel H. Diaz – College of St. Benedict / St. John’s University (Minnesota)
Julia Dowd – University of San Francisco
Joseph Fahey – Manhattan College
Fr. David Hollenbach – Boston College
Delores Leckey – Georgetown University (Woodstock Theological Center fellow)
Fr. Thomas Massaro – Boston College
Vincent Miller – Georgetown University
David O’Brien – College of the Holy Cross
Fr. Thomas Reese – Georgetown University (Woodstock Theological Center fellow)
Stephen Schneck – The Catholic University of America

1 Comments:

Blogger Al said...

Round up the usual suspects. Oh they already have. & they have even signed the confession already. (Pardon the sarcasm, but when I saw the list the line from Casablanca immediately came to mind.)

I suspect the roaches would have come out without Brownback's statement.

But, that doesn't make what he said any less wrong. & what Fr. Euteneuer said any less right. As Fr. E said: È un TRADITORE! (I can safely say that no translation is needed.)

Brownback claims that a Pro-abort HHS secretary was to be expected. That is just like Pro-life & conservative judges, etc were expected from Bush.

My question is this: Why was it OK for the Dems to vote against, oppose, hold up Bush's Pro-Life nominees but not for the Republicans to do the same?

As I said elsewhere, this may have more to do with his run for governor in 2010 than anything else. If it is, he should be glad I'm not a Kansas voter. Esp if his opponant in the primary is pro-life.

& while it may not be formal cooperation in abortion for him to vote for her, I still see it as wrong. If I was in his place, I know my conscience would never ever let me vote for her, even for dog catcher.

8:34 AM  

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