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Obama’s contraception kerfuffle

Chariman Zero tells those of faith to screw themselves…or, better yet, screw other people and have your contraception covered by society!  He’s tried walking it back, but not really.  Neal Boortz has a great post about the fraud here, and you should read it (it’s not long).  Excerpt:

…All we have to do is present a simple before and after comparison.

Before:  Obama’s mandate was that religious institutions had to provide for “free” contraception for all females working for those institutions through the health insurance policies provided to those workers. 

After:  Now the health insurance companies are simply going to have to provide “free” coverage for contraceptives in all health insurance policies.

Can someone please tell me the difference here?  If Caesar Obammus steps forward and mandates that all insurance policies must pay for contraceptives, aren’t those insurance companies simply going to factor the cost of that coverage into the premiums paid by the employers?  Doesn’t this mean that these Catholic institutions are still going to be paying for contraceptives?

The church is pushing back.  This was a gross miscalculation by Oprompter.

February 14, 2012 Posted by | abortion, big government, Catholics, health care, Obama, shameful | 6 Comments

Even many liberals turning against Obama on his decision to force Catholic institutions to violate their religious tenets in health care coverage

From the Washington comPost:

The White House sought Tuesday to soothe concerns over a controversial birth control rule that has led to Republican attacks and tension among close allies of the administration.

The efforts followed mounting criticism from Catholics and other faith leaders that a new rule requiring certain religious institutions to cover contraception as part of their employee health plans violates their constitutional rights.

And they came as White House officials began hearing complaints from some of their own allies and advisers, who view the rule as a policy mistake that feeds what they see as an unfair charge from Republicans: that President Obama is anti-religion.  (Yeah, really!  It’s unfair to note that the guy is pro-abortion, thumbs his nose at the church and the Constitution to throw a bone to his moonbat base, etc. … but hey, where would you get the crazy idea that the guy is anti-religion or anything? – CL)

Even Chris Matthews?  Dude, when Tingles says his boy’s wrong, that should make the front page of the comPost!

Normally, the Catholic church runs interference for the Democrats.  I’m guessing that’s why Chairman Zero shoved this down their throats: he figured they’d stick with him and his party like they always do.  Considering they backed ObamaCare in the first place, I’m not sure why they are surprised by this.  Unless they thought they could get a waiver just like every other B.O.-friendly organization that also didn’t want to be subject to ObamaCare’s onerous requirements.

February 8, 2012 Posted by | abortion, big government, Catholics, Christianity, Constitution, health care, media bias | 8 Comments

Pelosi: I’m a Catholic, only minus the conscience

San Fransicko’s a godless cesspool anyway, so this will fit in nicely.  Quote:

Those who dispute that characterization “may not like the language,’’ she said, “but the truth is what I said. I’m a devout Catholic and I honor my faith and love it . . . but they have this conscience thing’’ that she insists put women at physical risk, although Catholic providers strongly disagree.

Yeah, can you believe the nerve of Catholics obeying their doctrine like she doesn’t?  Can you believe that they actually have a conscience?  How did that happen?

November 22, 2011 Posted by | abortion, Catholics, Pelosi, San Francisco, shameful | 4 Comments

Pelosi: I pray to St. Joseph that he helps us pass this baby-killing legislation as “life-affirming”

Now she’s taunting people of faith.  That’s all this (video link) could be.  From San Fran Nan’s cakehole attached to that botox-riddled grill of hers:

Today is the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, particularly important to Italian-Americans. It’s a day where we remember and pray to St. Joseph to benefit the workers of America, and that’s exactly what our health-care bill will do. … Every order that you can think of was there [on a list of endorsements], saying they wanted us to pass this life-affirming legislation.

I’m sure God will be pleased, no?  For those of you on the left, that was a sarcastic and rhetorical question.

March 19, 2010 Posted by | abortion, Catholics, Christianity, health care, Pelosi, shameful | 2 Comments

Priest leaves church and joins another so he can screw

A Catholic priest in Miami was caught breaking his vow of celibacy.  As a result, he promptly apologized, repented, and went back to honoring his vow.

Just kidding.  He decided that vows mean nothing and decided to go to a church that would be more accepting of his newly found “lifestyle”.  Details:

A popular U.S. Roman Catholic priest photographed frolicking with a woman on a Florida beach announced on Thursday he had joined the Episcopal Church to pursue the priesthood in a faith that allows married clergy.

“I’ve seen with my own eyes how many brothers of mine serve God as married men and with the blessing of having their own families,” said Father Alberto Cutie, whose removal from his Miami Beach parish prompted public debate about the Catholic Church’s celibacy requirement for priests. …

Let me get a couple of things out of the way here.

First of all, there is nothing in the Bible that says God expects clergy to remain unmarried.  Why the Catholic church deems otherwise is beyond me.  However, it’s no secret that this is indeed the Church’s position.  If you think you may want to serve God AND be a husband and a father, then you do not become a Catholic priest.  “Yes, but what if you change your mind when you get older?”  Then don’t make a vow before God that says you commit your life to remain celibate!  We have enough people in this country who profess to be Christian who routinely, without batting an eyelash, break vows before God.  We sure as heck don’t need a man of the cloth doing that!  “Hey, sorry about breaking that promise to you, God!  Them’s the breaks, though, right?  Maybe I’ll do better next time…maybe.”

Secondly, why would the Episcopalian church accept a minister who clearly has no regard for vows made before God?  Then again, this Church has already demonstrated that it doesn’t always hold God’s word in the highest regard, as evidenced by its ordaining of an openly and practicing homosexual minister.

We all sin.  We all stumble.  Heck, I do every day, and I ask God’s forgiveness when I do.  But when you stumble and sin, you repent…which means you turn from your sin.  This “minister” is not turning from his sin of breaking his vow before God…he’s running full speed with zeal into the arms of the sin.  May God have mercy on him, as may He have mercy on us all.

May 29, 2009 Posted by | Catholics, Christianity, Episcopalians, hypocrisy | 3 Comments