Monday, September 27, 2004

Radio has helped turn Catholic voters toward Bush

This is a hit piece by Frank Reilly on Relevant Radio, but it highlights the importance of the work these folks are doing in spreading the Culture of Life.

As for his claim that Relevant Radio is bordering on the illegal in re: to talking about voting for pro-life candidates, it only shows how much of an impact they are having and how upset this is making the Kerry Catholics.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems this site is set up for those Catholics who cannot bother with all 10 commandments. You have simplified the Catholic religion to just one commandment, the first commandment. And EVEN THERE you have given a blind to eye to George Bush's violations of that commandment.

If there is Evil in the world, it is not fought by appeasing a man who could have saved more than 150 people from death row with the signing of a letter. I'm not saying he should have pardoned them, but he had it in his power to commute Texas death sentences to life in prison and leave their fate to the Lord. But George Bush took their fate into his own hands and took the lords venegence for himself.

Deaths of adults are ALSO important, there is no 'cut off' age on when death is okay. Don't pretend that deaths after you leave your mothers womb are of LESS importance.

George Bush is personally responsible for many more deaths than John Kerry. Bush has those death row inmates blood ON HIS HANDS.

I'm not saying you should vote for Kerry. But if you believe in what the church tells us, you can NOT vote for Bush either.

1:17 PM  
Blogger Patrick Sweeney said...

If you don't want to be executed in Texas, don't kill anybody.

What can an unborn child do to avoid being killed by an abortion?

Governor Bush did not refuse to "save" these men. They were convicted and their convictions upheld. If you want no executions in Texas, you have to work in the real world of politics and convince the voters of Texas to elect legislators who will repeal the death penalty law.

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

---If you don't want to be executed in Texas, don't kill anybody.

How bout if yer an Iraqi citizen?

----What can an unborn child do to avoid being killed by an abortion?

Cut to the chase and push for banning contraceptives. Chemical abortions kill WAY more unborn children than abortion doctors do. Or do you not care about 50+ million chemical abortions that occur every year?

-----Governor Bush did not refuse to "save" these men. They were convicted and their convictions upheld. If you want no executions in Texas, you have to work in the real world of politics and convince the voters of Texas to elect legislators who will repeal the death penalty law.

Why are we discussing capital punishment? We should be discussing the long anticipated lifting of the assault weapons ban. YEAH!!! Now, we can arm ourself with an M16 rifle to protect ourselves from the convicts who oppress us. Go, asault weapons, go!!! If we each had an assault weapon, there would be WAY less crime, WAY less people in prisons, WAY less killings. There is nothing MORE important than my right to bear assault weapons- THAT, my friends, is why I'm voting for Bush. That, and the fact that Bush and Jesus hate fags.

1:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

David, I am going to ask you to please consider removing every post on here where this guy posts such disgusting language about gay people. No matter why we disagree about gay marriage, he has no right to speak this way about people. We are all brothers and sisters in Christ. Please consider this David. This person is repulsive.

10:54 AM  
Blogger John said...

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5:39 PM  
Blogger John said...

If nothing else, the primary reason Catholics should vote for Bush is for the inevitable Supreme Court appointments that will be made during the next administration's tenure. A vote for Kerry is a vote for the "Culture of Death," pure and simple. The next Supreme Court, which has usurped the power of the legislature of this nation, will decide what kind of nation in which we, our children, and our children's children shall live. It was the judicial branch that decided the case of Roe v Wade and any hopes of reversing the infant holocaust that has resulted from this decision lies with the next court. Whether you are for the war in Iraq or against it (as I am), there is only one way to vote for those of the faith. God save the truly innocent!

5:41 PM  

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