So, here’s the website: http://www.cc2w.org/ (you’ve seen their great video). However, I’ve got a question: Who do we vote for?
Mitt Romney created the contraceptive/abortifacient mandate and Obamacare, both of these men reject the Constitution on freedom of religion.
Is it a matter of voting for vice presidents instead of presidents? Don’t vice-presidents just go to state funerals?
Two quotes from Evangelium Vitae of Blessed Pope John Paul II:
(1) When a parliamentary or social majority decrees that it is legal, at least under certain conditions, to kill unborn human life, is it not really making a “tyrannical” decision with regard to the weakest and most defenceless of human beings? Everyone’s conscience rightly rejects those crimes against humanity of which our century has had such sad experience. [EV 70]
(2) In the case of an intrinsically unjust law, such as a law permitting abortion or euthanasia, it is therefore never licit to obey it, or to “take part in a propaganda campaign in favour of such a law, or vote for it”. [EV 73]
So, basically, it’s a crime against humanity to vote for Romney or Obama as that is a direct vote for total war on children in the womb by these totally cowardly, anti-American, abusers of power out to harm children. Is one really better than the other? Really? Tell me why…
UPDATE: JAG noted that there’s a rather ferocious discussion going on over at FreeRepublic, as Mark re-posted this over yonder. As soon as one group of opinions appears to be holding sway, another disembowels them, and vice-versa. Interesting.
UPDATE: One commenter was a bit upset with me, I guess?! Does this mean that Romney has a better foreign policy?
UPDATE: If both have a mania to attack children in the womb, if both promote homosexual ”marriage”, if both trash freedom of religion, if both therefore attack freedom of speech, what’s the use of calling one a commie or not? Do we really know Romney’s foreign policy?
Sure, paragraph 73 of Evangelium vitae of Blessed Pope John Paul II also stated that one may vote, for instance to pass legislation further restricting abortion though not eliminating it altogether, so that, analogously, if there were two pro-abort candidates, but one less so that the other, it would be permissable to vote for the candidate who is less of a pro-abort than the other. However, with these two, I don’t see much difference.
What happened to the Tea Party? What happened to “Throw the bums out!” ? Is Newt a viable contender, or is he just posturing to be vice-president? (as if that would change anything…)
19 JUNE 2012 UPDATE: LifeSiteNews reprinted the following article just some hours ago. Is it true? Let’s have some discernment. This is a bit longish, but very important: Continue reading