Monday, July 19, 2004

The Great Irony: Bush is the Social Justice Candidate

Good stuff from Oswald again:

But even if Catholic liberals are taken at their illogical word that somehow poverty is on a par with the right to life, the authentic social justice candidate in this election is still, surprise of surprises, George W. Bush. Social justice looks at the modern causes of a life of poverty and seeks realistic remedies. George Bush has consistently proposed two revolutionary initiatives that strike at the root of the cycle of American poverty: faith-based initiatives and school vouchers.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dawn Summers said...

George Bush presided over the first executions on the federal level in more than three decades -- what part of that is social? or just? or Catholic?

11:59 AM  
Blogger Dawn Summers said...

George Bush presided over the first executions on the federal level in more than three decades -- what part of that is social? or just? or Catholic?

12:00 PM  

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