Wednesday, August 18, 2004

A Faithful Catholic May (And Should) Vote For President Bush And Would Gravely Sin By Voting For Senator Kerry

All Catholics must read this!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What? Who said it was a sin? Ratzinger? Did Ratzinger tell people not to vote for Kerry, as in, "don't vote for Kerry or it's a grave sin". Granted, they both Bush and Kerry are ok when it comes to killing babies without federal funding, killing babies when the mother's health is at rish, killing babies when rape has occurred, so Ratzinger left his decree open-ended, no?

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One last time there are 5 NON-NEGOTIABLE issues.
1. Abortion: see John Paul II Gospel of Life
2. Euthanasia: see same as above
3. Fetel Stem Cell Research: Pontifical Council for
the Family.
4. Human Cloning: Congregation of the Doctrine of the
Faith.
5. Homosexual Marriage: Congregation of the Doctrine

4:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One last time there are 5 NON-NEGOTIABLE issues.
1. Abortion: see John Paul II Gospel of Life
2. Euthanasia: see same as above
3. Fetel Stem Cell Research: Pontifical Council for
the Family.
4. Human Cloning: Congregation of the Doctrine of the
Faith.
5. Homosexual Marriage: Congregation of the Doctrine
of Faith.

If you consider yourself a Catholic you are bound to these principles. Mr. Kerry claims he is a Catholic, but his voting record does not reflect these veiws. The Church is asking people to quit acting as if you can separate your faith into two worlds. If you are a Catholic, just being morally opposed is not enough. You must act on your faith and vote in accordance with your morals, most especially if you are a public official. Otherwise, you are setting a poor example for your brothers and sisters. What is so hard about this? Patty

4:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. Abortion: see John Paul II Gospel of Life
2. Euthanasia: see same as above
3. Fetel Stem Cell Research: Pontifical Council for
the Family.
4. Human Cloning: Congregation of the Doctrine of the
Faith.
5. Homosexual Marriage: Congregation of the Doctrine

Points 1-4 were addressed by Prof. Juan de Dios Vial Correa back in 2000. What you fail to understand is that Bush supports some of these items as well as does Kerry. Bush supports non-federal fetal stem cell reaseach (actually, Prof. Correa states embryonic, NOT fetal). Do YOU support someone who blatanly goes against our Churches doctrines? Bush and Kerry also support killing embryonic stem cells in fertility clinics every day. The church does not support this, I do not support it. Do YOU support it?

6:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neithr of them is perfect, but The President signed the ban on partial birth abortion, Senator Kerry voted to allow it to continue. President Bush is only allowing the existing cell lines to use fedral dollars, no new ones will be paid for. President Bush is closer to the Catholic Church's position than is Senator Kerry. President Bush supports a constitutional amendment to ban Homosexual marriage, Kerry opposes. Kerry could not be bothered to show up for most votes but this one he was there for. Despite his hypocricy in declaring that he "believes that life begins at conception", he managed to make it to the Hill to vote against the Laci Peterson Bill. John Kerry does not represent by values, period. The President is closer, and by the way President Bush is not bound to the Catholic Church, Senator Kerry is. Patty

2:25 AM  

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