No Catholic Can Support the Twin Antichrists: Obama and Clinton
by Gary L. Morella
16 For all that is in the world, is the concupiscence of the flesh, and the concupiscence of the eyes, and the pride of life, which is not of the Father, but is of the world. 17 And the world passeth away, and the concupiscence thereof: but he that doth the will of God, abideth forever. 18 Little children, it is the last hour; and as you have heard that Antichrist cometh, even now there are become many Antichrists: whereby we know that it is the last hour.
There are disturbing reports surfacing that the twin Antichrists: Obama and Clinton, scandalously, have Catholic support! See the Enclosure. This is par for the course for apostates who have long since lost the faith!
Speaking as a Catholic living in Central Pennsylvania, there are far bigger concerns regarding the twin Antichrists, Obama and Clinton, than Obama's arrogant, patronizing comment in Sodom and Gomorrah West, no surprise here, about rural Pennsylvanians being backward, i.e., not in tune with the modernist times, because they are God-fearing gun toters! This has all been heard before with the names changing as new disciples of the devil surface which is a result of the morally bankrupt philosophy of "The Endarkenment" masquerading as being "enlightening."
Obama and Clinton support the entirety of a culture-of-ETERNAL-death that is anathema to Catholic moral teaching. Obama would not even support a born alive infants act when he was a state senator in Illinois. Both Obama and Clinton are falling over each other in trying to portray themselves as the sodomite champion of the U.S. Both are shameless pro-baby killing supporters of the evil that is Planned Parenthood to the extreme of partial birth infanticide. The list of Catholic teaching against the contraceptive mentality of the age that spawns the world's moral aberrations that this sorry duo flouts is endless!
Accordingly, this begs an obvious question. How in the name of Catholic sanity could people calling themselves Catholic support such disciples of the devil? That's what I want to know!
It's not a question of misreading Catholic support for Obama/Clinton as supporting their encouragement of mortal sin just because there might be other issues of concern that would, somehow, insanely, give Catholics an excuse for any support whatsoever for these shameless moral creeps. What the heck are these issues? What issues are more important than eternal life for Catholics?
Let's cut to the chase here in a Catholic context, which is the only context, since we're Catholic before we're anything else to particularly include our political affiliations. There are no other social issues without life, PERIOD! The bottom line is that any support for Obama/Clinton cannot be divorced from their basic anti-Catholic platform that is straight from the bowels of hell!
I personally find it disgusting beyond belief how anyone calling themselves Catholic can support those who would put this country on a faster track to hell than it already is. At least, on occasion, I see some evidence to the contrary on the other side, e.g., Sam Brownback, Duncan Hunter, Mike Huckabee, Chris Smith. Where is it EVER on the Democrat side in terms of the party leadership? That's what I would like to know.
THE problem in this country is that the Catholic Church has basically been AWOL in getting the Catholic truth out from the pulpit to get Catholics to act as Catholics before anything else, i.e., you don't check your Catholic faith at the door upon entering public life regardless of your vocation, to particularly include political and judicial leaders that have a direct impact on what happens in this country. Witness the murder of Terry Schindler-Schiavo for proof.
So I think there is a heck of a lot more to get upset about regarding individuals like Obama and Clinton, and their ilk in both major political parties for that matter, in regard to their proven track record of slapping Jesus Christ in the face at every opportunity that they get.
For my money, the difference between the Democrat and the Republican leadership is an order-of-magnitude in that there are at least some in the GOP, unlike the Democrats, who will listen to Catholic moral truth, and take action on it. And that seminal fact should not be lost on Catholic voters who care about the world being left to their children and grandchildren for salvation's sake! THE problem becomes when the GOP starts to be indistinguishable from the Dems, which is the risk being run in the upcoming election with "the establishment" firmly in control, i.e., business as usual!
The educational abuse reported in the documentary, Expelled, No Intelligence Allowed, is rapidly becoming the litmus test for presidential candidates where any hint of the "Fear of the Lord being the beginning of Wisdom" automatically disqualifies you for public office in the same manner that it does for scientific research. There are serious moral consequences for such constraints, as shown in the aforementioned documentary, i.e., anarchy leading to world conflagrations, which matters not to the Godless!
Why should the Godless be allowed to call the shots? Why should truth be put on the backburner by kowtowing to atheists and apostates? People of faith and right reason also have rights. They don't have to stand for being relegated to the political gulags for their belief in God. Moreover, they can't if the world in which they find themselves is going to be worth living in, per God's Divine Plan for His creation!
God is not going to be mocked indefinitely! The clock is ticking on the United States of America!
Catholics Will Vote Democrat, Catholic Congressman Says
By Josiah Ryan
CNSNews.com Staff Writer
April 24, 2008
(CNSNews.com) - Rep. Dale E. Kildee (D-Mich.), a Catholic congressman who endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) for president, told Cybercast News Service Wednesday that despite Sen. Barack Obama's (D-Ill.) failure to capture Catholic voters in the Pennsylvania primary, the majority of Catholics will vote for the Democratic candidate in the general election, whether it's Obama or Clinton.
According to the exit poll of the Pennsylvania primary, church-going Democrats picked Clinton over Obama on Tuesday, with Catholic voters especially lining up behind Clinton.
Among all Democratic primary voters who said they attend church weekly, Clinton beat Obama 61 percent to 39 percent. Among Catholics who attend church weekly, she beat him 74 percent to 26 percent.
This represents a dramatic shift from the Feb. 19 Democratic primary in Wisconsin, where Obama defeated Clinton 58 percent to 41 percent. In that state, Obama defeated Clinton 55 percent to 44 percent among Democratic voters who attend church weekly.
Clinton did win in Wisconsin among Catholic voters who attend church weekly, but by a much smaller margin (53 percent) than the 74 percent she took in Pennsylvania.
The shift is significant because Catholic Democrats in northern states have been a key swing vote in recent presidential elections.
In 2004, President Bush defeated Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) 52 percent to 47 percent among Catholic voters nationwide even though Kerry is a Catholic. In Ohio, widely viewed as the state that tipped the Electoral College to the Republicans, Bush beat Kerry 65 percent to 35 percent among Catholics who attend church weekly.
"I will vote, come November, for the Democratic candidate, whoever that may be," Kildee told Cybercast News Service "I predict the majority of Catholics will choose the Democratic ticket come November.
"The Catholic vote is split," he said. "There is no question about it. There are various issues that split the Catholic vote, but the one thing that does pull it together is what I call the social gospel: treatment of the working people, and treatment of the poor. That tends to pull the Catholic vote together.
"Whichever candidate can show they care about these things will garner the Catholic vote," Kildee added.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), who has also endorsed Clinton, expressed a similar sentiment. "I didn't see any of the numbers," he told Cybercast News Service. "But that shift seems to show the great ability Hillary Clinton has to talk to average folks about their concerns. They came out and voted for her last night."
Kildee said he could not speculate on why church-going voters may have shifted their support from Obama to Clinton.
"Pennsylvania is an older state. Its political involvement is different than Wisconsin," he said. "When you get to the Midwest, there are probably other issues. It could be an interesting analysis, but it might also take a PhD. It's more analysis then I can give right now."
Kildee said he stayed up until midnight Tuesday watching the results come in.