Friday, March 19, 2010

Two Totally Unrelated Articles
Or are they?

Here's some of the article from TheHill.com; (Emphasis mine)

Hispanic Dems will vote yes on healthcare

President Barack Obama and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) secured a critical bloc of healthcare votes on Thursday when the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) announced its support.

Half a dozen members of the CHC held a news conference to announce their support. They were unhappy with language that barred illegal immigrants from accessing the public health insurance exchanges. More than a dozen had threatened to vote against the Senate bill and its companion reconciliation package. The House healthcare bill, which passed by two votes, won the support of every member of the Hispanic Caucus.
Then we have this... here's some of the article from CNS.com; (Emphasis mine)
Study finds Latinos who leave their churches are choosing no faith

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- A new analysis of religious identification data finds that contrary to popular belief, U.S. Latinos are not leaving behind Catholicism for Protestant churches, but instead are becoming more secularized, affiliating themselves with no faith at all.

A study released March 16 by the Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture at Trinity College, a secular liberal arts school in Hartford, Conn., reported that although Latinos remain predominantly Catholic, those who have left the church since 1990 have shifted more than expected toward secularism as they become more Americanized.
But does any of this really matter? Any "Catholic" politician who votes in favor of abortion receives Holy Communion anyways. Just ask Nazi Pelosi or any of the Kennedys.

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