Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Spiritual Terrorists
I'll wager you already know some of these people

Michael Voris has aired some gems... this one's the best, hands down.

But like I said, the individuals he's described in the below video have more than likely already crossed your path. Now ask yourself -- how much spiritual and ecclesiastical destruction have they left in their wake?


I was going to make this a separate post, but this dovetails nicely. Here's some of the article from The California Catholic Daily; (Emphasis mine)
“Immensely qualified”
Professors at Catholic law schools want Senate to approve pro-abortion nominee Dawn Johnsen

Faculty members from law schools at three Catholic universities in California are among the signers of a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid urging the confirmation of former NARAL lawyer Dawn Johnsen as assistant attorney general for the Office of Legal Counsel.

The Feb. 1 letter to Sen. Reid, D-Nevada, bears the signatures of hundreds of law professors from across the U.S., including faculty members at Santa Clara University, the University of San Francisco and Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, affiliated with Loyola Marymount Universityall of them Jesuit institutions. In addition, law professors at the Catholic University of America, Georgetown University and Notre Dame University, among other Catholic institutions, signed the letter.

The letter describes Johnsen as “immensely qualified” for the post and concludes, “Professor Johnsen has the experience, the integrity, and the intellect to head this critical office. We urge you to bring this nomination to a vote at the earliest possible date.”

In April 2009, Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, characterized Johnsen’s views on abortion as “bizarre.”

"Dawn Johnsen does not represent mainstream America or the type of common ground abortion policy President Obama promised this nation," Dannenfelser said at the time. “Her bizarre characterizations of pregnancy as 'slavery' and mothers as 'losers in the contraceptive lottery' expose an unacceptable disdain for commonsense abortion restrictions and motherhood in general. Furthermore, Johnsen's opposition to existing federal restrictions like the ban on partial-birth abortion casts doubt on her ability to perform her duties faithfully as the head of the Office of Legal Counsel."

While serving as legal counsel for the National Abortion & Reproductive Rights Action League (now NARAL Pro-Choice America), Johnsen wrote numerous legal opinions rejecting any restrictions on abortion.

To see the letter in its entirety and all signers,
Click Here.
This is who is teaching our children at "Catholic" universities. Thought you'd like to know.


Blogger JLS said...

It sounds as though NARAL is an apostolate of the USCCB?

11:11 AM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

People wonder why I always want to beat the hell out of these kind of idiots.

They need to be taken to the woodshed. Matter of fact that is the entire problem, they have not been disciplined in any way. Spare the rod spoil the Jesuit so to speak.

7:33 PM  

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