‘Catholic support for Comrade Obama’ is an Oxymoron
by Gary L. Morella
The enclosed article was forwarded to me from a Byzantine Catholic friend. That a disciple of the devil like the political joke who is Comrade Obama can get "Catholic" support boggles the mind! Such support cannot be Catholic. Rather, it is of the devil! See the sorry history of the devil's support below from Catholic frauds, which is due mainly to the lack of orthodox Catholic Catholic catechesis coming from their pulpits because their bishops couldn't care less, i.e., their bishops are not Catholic!
Catholic moral theology has always clearly taught that you can NEVER do an evil for a greater good. What could be a greater evil than voting for someone who officially promotes the killing of innocents in the womb to the diabolical extremes of Comrade Obama, who is so evil that he cannot support 'born alive infants acts,' regardless of whatever other positions are held by this individual, practically all of which would render America to being a Communist totalitarian state quicker than you can say 'the audacity of hope.' Take a quick look at the definition of 'audacity' in Webster's. In Comrade Obama's case we're talking about the 'arrogant disregard of normal restraints,' read the destruction of the moral order, PERIOD, leaving us with the chaos of the devil! But of course, this bothers the 'mericiful lord, the messiah,' Comrade Obama, not, as he's too busy practicing his illusory ascent into the heavens which demands that
Without life there are NO OTHER ISSUES, PERIOD, because natural life is the only means to ETERNAL life for man in obedience to the Law of God. For the love of God, we're talking about a man who is an antichrist figure if there ever was one, given his meteoric rise from the relative obscurity of the political sewage racist, Marxist Socialist, sinkhole from whence he came, a man who supports the entirety of a culture-of-ETERNAL-death to extremes unheard of by even the shameless Clintons who seem like benign residents of Mr. Rogers' neighborhood in comparison!
The Catholic Church does NOT permit voting for those who are pro-baby killing under ANY circumstances. How could it and call itself Catholic in the aforementioned realization that man is procreating to populate Heaven in accord with the intent of the Creator? Moreover, the Catholic Church does NOT permit supporting those who are counter to the teaching Magisterium on faith and morals to include especially pro-sexual promiscuity via contraception, abortion, pro-sodomy, and euthanasia. There is a moral order here that takes precedence; else, the chaos of the devil reigns supreme! Eternity hangs in the balance! The Catholic position is to educate the faithful so that those running for office will see the truths of the faith in a natural law context as a participation in the eternal law leading ultimately to a final salvific end intended by the Sacrifice of our Savior for man's redemption. In particular, this means that Catholics, especially Catholic politicians, cannot check their faith at the door and remain Catholic, unlike the lie of John Kennedy forced upon him to gain power at the risk of his immortal soul.
The "lesser of two evils" argument has never been Catholic. What is Catholic is to educate the world that "evil deserves no vote." And that can only happen when Catholics are taught that they are to uncompromisingly witness to the world for the sake of its conversion to the faith, which is what Jesus taught in the Gospel of Matthew, the last part of which was crystal clear on this issue.
The "lesser of two evils" is still evil. Catholics are not called to promote evil via any proportional situational ethics argument, regardless of who is making them. Certainly, Jesus Christ, the Founder of the Church upon the Rock that is Peter did NOT.
I would not want to explain to Jesus Christ, coming as Just Judge, upon drawing my last breath, why I voted for an antichrist for President of the
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BY FR JOACHIM OMOLO OUKO, AJ
JULY 2, 2008
The Tablet Newsletter of June 28, 2008 has published quite interesting article about Barack Obama and the catholic votes. Although in the last presidential election the Catholic vote was decisive in giving George W. Bush a second term in the White House, the fact that there are signs that Catholics may be deserting the Republicans and the Democrat candidate is making great efforts to woo them leaves a lot to be desired.
Although in the Pennsylvania primary, Obama lost to Hillary Clinton trailing badly among Catholic voters, the fact that since last year’s election, the number of Democrats in Pennsylvania had increased by more than 161,000, it is obvious that Obama has to make a strong outreach to Catholics in that area.
The defectors that include Catholics like Chris Molitoris, 22, who was a registered Republican but switched his party registration so he can vote in the Democratic primary for Obama is another boost. Molitoris is from Plains near Scranton and is the student president at the University of Scranton, a Catholic Jesuit university. Other
When George W. Bush out-polled John Kerry (a Catholic) among Catholic voters in 2004, it was not about race, but purely on religion. Kerry was a democrat catholic presidential candidate, while Bush was a Protestant Republican.
Historically the Catholics have been voting republican because they are anti-abortion unlike the Democrats. To some extent even the
This was exactly what happened to Kerry in 2004 presidential election when then Cardinal Ratzinger wrote a letter US bishops in August 2004 that they must refuse Holy Communion to pro-abortionists and those obstinate sin.
Apart from an individuals’s judgement about his worthiness to present himself to receive the Holy Eucharist, Ratzinger said the minister of Holy Communion may find himself in the situation where he must refuse to distribute Holy Communion to someone, such as in cases of a declared excommunication, a declared interdict, or an obstinate persistence in manifest grave sin (cf. can. 915).
Regarding the grave sin of abortion or euthanasia, Ratzinger said in the letter that when a person’s formal cooperation becomes manifest (understood, in the case of a Catholic politician, as his consistently campaigning and voting for permissive abortion and euthanasia laws), his Pastor should meet with him, instructing him about the Church’s teaching, informing him that he is not to present himself for Holy Communion until he brings to an end the objective situation of sin, and warning him that he will otherwise be denied the Eucharist.
When “these precautionary measures have not had their effect or in which they were not possible,” and the person in question, with obstinate persistence, still presents himself to receive the Holy Eucharist, “the minister of Holy Communion must refuse to distribute it” (cf. Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts Declaration “Holy Communion and Divorced, Civilly Remarried Catholics” , nos. 3-4).
Apart from adult Catholic voters, the good news for Obams is that young Catholics, along with other members of their generation, have been energised by Obama’s campaign. His opposition to the war in
Another fact that Catholic Democrats outnumber Catholic Republicans in the United States, both are outnumbered by the 41 percent of U.S. Catholic voters who are not affiliated with either party, according to new data from the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University sounds good news to Obama’s road to victory.
In a report titled “Election ‘08 Forecast,” released June 20, CARA compared data on party identification and the social, political and moral views of the estimated 47 million potential Catholic voters in the November election.
The fact that American catholic bishops have also become more assertive in urging their congregations to vote in accord with Catholic teachings on those issues - and in moving to chastise Catholic officials who disagree, in a few cases by threatening to deny them Communion, acting with the support and encouragement of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now the new pope, who at the time headed the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, one is to wait whose voice will be heard during November elections.
People for Peace in