Sunday, May 31, 2009

Maybe I Should Give Him More Credit
Never underestimate the enemy

I've been reading quite a bit lately that The Zero is doing everything possible to ingratiate himself to American Catholics.

Everything from his personal Kumbayah moment at Notre Damned, to his appointment of every pro-abortion and/or Marxist "Catholic" he can find, he's making a splash at least with the press. But that shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone.

Anyhow, I've seen more than a few references to him courting the "culturally conservative" Latino demographic. Based on WHAT!? A last name like Sotomayor or Diaz? Does the MSM honestly think that simply because someone with a Spanish surname has been made a political appointee, that will ensure Latinos embrace his 'leadership'?

What the hell... why not. We Catholics in America haven't had a whole helluva lot of leadership from our intrepid shepherds for decades. Obama's striking the red-hot iron of Catholic apathy at precisly the right moment.

That says a lot about the masculinity of the USCCB, when the closest thing we have to another Archbishop Fulton Sheen is a 86-year old nun from Irondale, Alabama.

2 Comments:

Blogger nypd green said...

The USCCB is staring evil right in the eyes and all they can muster is a deer in the headlights look back as Obama has done more in the past year to undermine the Church then anything I can ever recall. I don't find any coincidence in the number of liberal catholic appointments he has made. Obama once made a comment on abortion as it being 'Above his paygrade'. Apparently our Bishops feel the same on speaking out on the infiltration 'The Zero' has made on Catholic culture. He is converting more souls then they are.

8:44 PM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

"...the closest thing we have to another Archbishop Fulton Sheen is a 86-year old nun from Irondale, Alabama."

Classic! How true; how sad.

People shouldn't think that all "Latinos" necessarily love each other. There is a lot of ethnic bias/distrust/dislike
/hatred/etc. among them as with many ethnic groups, e.g. Irish and Brits, Vietnamese and Chinese, Poles and Germans, etc., etc. I know some Americans of Mexican descent that spit on the ground everytime they have to say, or hear, the words: Puerto Rican.

10:03 PM  

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