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Abortionist Obama: "I will not Yield and Planned Parenthood will not Yield"

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Can a Catholic vote for Obama?

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Posted: February 29, 2008
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Those who accuse presidential aspirant Sen. Barack Obama of empty rhetoric must have missed his speech last July, recently made public, to the benefactors of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. At that festive event, he was as sharp and specific as a scalpel.

"The first thing I'd do as president," he told a cheering audience, "is sign the Freedom of Choice Act. That's the first thing that I'd do."

The audience cheered enthusiastically. And well they might. As NARAL enthuses on its website, this act would "codify Roe v. Wade's protections and guarantee the right to choose for future generations of women."

In short, if we are to take Obama at his word, his first priority as president would be to serve an early death sentence on milli…

Is Obama's Planned Parenthood Encouraging Donations "Aimed at Aborting Black Babies?”

Is Obama's Planned Parenthood Encouraging Donations "Aimed at Aborting Black Babies?”

Yes, read below.

Fred

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Planned Parenthood of Idaho officials apologized Wednesday for what they called an employee’s ‘serious mistake‘ in encouraging a donation aimed at aborting Black babies,” The Statesmen said.

According to a press release by Vice President of External Affairs Julia Piercey, “a known anti-choice extremist set out to smear Planned Parenthood.” Rose, who calls herself a whistleblower, believes the tapes speak for themselves.

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Abortionist Obama: "The First Thing I’d do as President is, is Sign the Freedom of [Abortion] Choice Act"

Coming soon Planned Parenthood’s Barack Obama as the Abortionist President.

Fred

Barack Obama before Planned Parenthood Action Fund, July 17, 2007

Dessa Cosma: [W]hat would you do at the federal level not only to ensure acc…

Might McCain Pick Gay Agenda Romney for VP?

By doing so he may give the presidency to to Hillary-Obama. I know a pro-lifer who said if Romney is the VP he will not vote for McCain.

Many pro-family activists will consider this a sign McCain as president will be for homosexual "Special Rights" and wishy-washy on pro-life.

Fred



Mitt Romney's Liberal Paradigm Shift: a Republican FOR Homosexual 'Special Rights'

MEDIA ADVISORY, Feb. 4 /Christian Newswire/ -- Peter LaBarbera, founder of Republicans For Family Values, today criticized GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his "novel pro- homosexual positioning in the GOP." On Dec. 16, Romney (the alleged "conservative" in the race) told NBC's "Meet the Press" that "it makes sense at the state level" to enact pro-homosexual "sexual orientation" laws. (Last week, CNN's Roland Martin reported that Romney told him that he opposes "gay marriage," but supports "gay rights.")

LaBarbera issue…

"McCain Cannot Win in November Without the Catholic Vote"

"McCain cannot win in November without the Catholic vote." Romney will not do it. Mitt might lose McCain some more pro-life and pro-family voters.

Fred

McCain and the Pope:

McCain cannot win in November without the Catholic vote

How is he going to get it?

by Robert R. Reilly

(re-published with permission from insidecatholic.com)

March 25, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Sen. John McCain cannot win in November without the Catholic vote, which is around 25 percent of the electorate. How is he going to get it? The worst thing he could assume is that it is going to fall into his lap because Catholics will have nowhere else to go. Some people with nowhere to go simply stay home. Or they may go elsewhere, as it appears they have already been doing.

The Wall Street Journal reports that in "a recent survey of 19 states that have held presidential primaries this year, 63% of Catholics identified themselves as Democrats." That's up from 42 percent in 2005. Not a good augury for McCai…

PRO-LIFERS DECRY SUPREME COURT ABORTION DECISION

PRO-LIFERS DECRY SUPREME COURT ABORTION DECISION
MEDIA RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
25 March 2008
CONTACT: Michael Hichborn
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AMERICAN LIFE LEAGUE DECRIES SUPREME
COURT ‘ABORTION ON WHEELS’ DECISION


Judie Brown: “The acquisition of an abortion as a ‘constitutional right’ is a terrible setback for Arizona’s babies.”



WASHINGTON, D.C. (25 March 2008) — American Life League president Judie Brown sharply criticized the U.S. Supreme Court for refusing to overturn lower court rulings that require Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to provide transportation when pregnant jail inmates want abortions.

“The court ruling suggesting that the acquisition of an abortion is a ‘constitutional right’ is a terrible setback for Arizona’s babies,” said Brown. “Not only does this decision solidify the false notion that there is a ‘constitutional right’ to abortion, but the Supreme Court is now saying that inmates get a free ride as well.”

The U.S. Supreme Court offered no comment as it…

Is Easter a Historical Fact?

Did Jesus Christ Rise from the Dead?

Briefly, therefore, the fact of Christ's Resurrection is attested by more than 500 eyewitnesses, whose experience, simplicity, and uprightness of life rendered them incapable of inventing such a fable, who lived at a time when any attempt to deceive could have been easily discovered, who had nothing in this life to gain, but everything to lose by their testimony, whose moral courage exhibited in their apostolic life can be explained only by their intimate conviction of the objective truth of their message.

Again the fact of Christ's Resurrection is attested by the eloquent silence of the Synagogue which had done everything to prevent deception, which could have easily discovered deception, if there had been any, which opposed only sleeping witnesses to the testimony of the Apostles, which did not punish the alleged carelessness of the official guard, and which could not answer the testimony of the Apostles except by threatening them "t…

"More than One in Four American Adults have Left the Faith"

‘Fear Not, Little Flock’


BY The Editors

March 9-15, 2008 Issue | Posted 3/4/08 at 3:10 PM

More than one in four American adults have left the faith in which they were brought up. So says exhaustive research from the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, based on interviews with 35,000 Americans aged 18 and up.

The survey also found that Protestantism will soon lose its status as the majority religion. It can only barely claim it now. Only 51% of religious Americans now declare they are members of one of the Protestant denominations, a significant drop from the 60% range 20 years ago.

The new Protestant world looks like this: A little more than 1 in 4 Protestants belongs to an evangelical church. Less than 1 in 5 belongs to a mainline Protestant Church. In mainline Protestant churches, half are age 50 and older.

The new Catholic world looks like this: Of Catholics age 70 and over, 85% are white. Of Catholics age 30 and under, about half are Hispanic. Among Catholics, only 40% are age 50 and…

The National Catholic Register is for McCain

McCain and Pro-Lifers


BY The Editors

March 2-8, 2008 Issue | Posted 2/26/08 at 1:23 PM


John McCain hasn’t been very popular in some quarters. It seems that his party doesn’t like him nearly as much as Barack Obama and even Hillary Clinton are liked by their party. Conservative talk-show hosts have even complained loudly that they would vote for his opponent rather than him because it would be bad for conservatism to have him at the head of the GOP and running the country.

When facing a choice like this, it is refreshing to be Catholic. What’s good for conservatism or bad for conservatism doesn’t matter to us — “convervatism” is against Church teaching as often as it’s for it. As Catholics, we only care about the common good — and the pre-eminent issue affecting the common good is abortion.

It’s important to note why it’s the preeminent issue. Here are three reasons.

First, in justice abortion must be opposed. As the bishops recently put it, “There are some things we must never do, as indivi…

Pope Expected to Hold Catholic Colleges Accountable on Pro-Abortion Speakers

Pope Expected to Hold Catholic Colleges Accountable on Pro-Abortion Speakers
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) --

When he visits the United States next month, Pope Benedict XVI is expected to hold Catholic colleges accountable that have invited pro-abortion speakers to campus. The pontiff has requested an audience with more than 200 top officials from Catholic universities and he is expected to make it clear they need to follow Church teachings.

The Catholic college officials will gather at Catholic University of America where some say the Pope will remind them they shouldn't be giving a platform to politicians and others who back abortions. For pro-life advocates who have complained about the rash of recent pro-abortion speakers on campus -- such as Hillary Clinton at St. Mary's University and St. Peter’s College hosting Barack Obama -- news of a possible rebuke from Pope Benedict is welcome.

Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society, a leading watchdog in monitorin…

Pope: Enough with Slaughters in Iraq

Pope: Enough with slaughters in Iraq By NICOLE WINFIELD, Associated Press Writer

VATICAN CITY - Pope Benedict XVI issued one of his strongest appeals for peace in Iraq on Sunday, days after the body of the kidnapped Chaldean Catholic archbishop was found near the northern city of Mosul.

The pope also denounced the 5-year-long Iraq war, saying it had provoked the complete breakup of Iraqi civilian life.

"Enough with the slaughters. Enough with the violence. Enough with the hatred in Iraq!" Benedict said to applause at the end of his Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square.

On Thursday, the body of Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho was found near Mosul. He had been abducted on Feb. 29.

Benedict has called Rahho's death an "inhuman act of violence" that offended human dignity.

On Sunday, Benedict praised Rahho for his loyalty to Christ and his refusal to abandon his flock despite many threats and difficulties.

He recalled Rahho's death as the Catholic Church opens H…

Banks Urged to 'Come Clean' on Support of Planned Parenthood

Banks Urged to 'Come Clean' on Support of Planned Parenthood
FRONT ROYAL, Va., March 13 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Bank of America continues to play word games in an attempt to mislead consumers," said Douglas R. Scott, Jr., president of Life Decisions International (LDI). "And Wachovia is not any better than Bank of America." Both corporations appear on The Boycott List, which identifies corporate supporters of Planned Parenthood.

In November 2007, LDI sent a letter to Bank of America Foundation President Andrew Plepler, which addressed the issue:


"You write that Bank of America's involvement with Planned Parenthood is driven 'primarily' by its employees. You go on to write that Planned Parenthood is one of many groups that receive funding via Bank of America's Matching Gift Program...

"In a letter to Mr. Kenneth D. Lewis dated July 30, 2003, we specifically addressed a statement repeatedly made by Paula J. Fraher, executive director …

"Both Clinton and Obama would Force the Homosexual Agenda"

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Senator Clinton: I want to be first U.S. president to march in gay pride parade

Chad Groening
OneNewsNow

3/10/2008

Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness, does not think marching in a so-called "gay-pride parade" is a proper venue for the president of the United States.

However, one presidential candidate has made a pledge to do just that – Senator Hillary Clinton (D-New York). She says that Clinton made her pledge in the Washington Blade – a Washington newspaper serving the homosexual community. "...Really now! We've seen these gay pride parades in San Francisco and elsewhere," exclaims Donnelly. "Is this really an appropriate role for the President or the Commander in Chief of our armed forces? I don't think so..."

According to Donnelly, there is virtually no difference between Clinton and Senator Barack Obama (D-Illinois) when it comes to advancing the gay and le…

Pray as you Read this Catholic Manifesto

Pray as you read this Catholic Manifesto for the 21 century. It shows the only solution for peace for your family and the world.

Fred


“What, then, is the solution? At the very least it will demand of us, each in his own vocation and sphere of influence, a consecration to Truth as the final arbiter of reality in all situations that confront us.

It will necessarily lead us to abandoning artificial constructs of interaction with the world—especially those strategies that would seek a good at the cost of hiding or equivocating the truth. It will demand courage of us, especially the willingness to lose everything for the sake of truth.

Moreover, it will demand that in our very being we become presences of incarnated truth, bringing Christ into the so-called “naked public square” not only in our words but with our whole lives.

It must be done with love, but it must also be done firmly, clearly, and with moral authority. Mankind does not need more rhetoric. It needs living words dynamically pre…

Democrats Debate who can Kill the most Unborn Babies: Hillary or Obama

Democrats Debate who can Kill the most Unborn Babies: Hillary or Obama
Note the abortion issue coverage and the battle between Hillary and
Barack.

Best,

John


It's Obama versus the sisterhood
By Robin Abcarian, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
March 2, 2008

Darlene Ewing is a Democratic activist, longtime feminist and very
frustrated Hillary Rodham Clinton supporter.

Like many who have dreamed of seeing a woman in the Oval Office, Ewing
doesn't understand why women are drifting in ever-greater numbers away
from Clinton toward her rival, Barack Obama. This trend, which has
imperiled the candidacy of the woman once considered a shoo-in for her
party's nomination, infuriates the frank-talking Texan.

"They're running to the rock star, to the momentum, to the excitement,"
said Ewing, a family law attorney who chairs the Dallas County
Democratic Party. "And I am worried that if Hillary doesn't get elected, I am
never going to see a woman president in my lifetime. I do thin…