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Democrats Attack Catholicism

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whatchamacallit 2
Emperor of Kingwood 1
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RayofHope --- 336 days ago -

Yes it's really shocking. Feinstein and Durbin attacked a potential judge because she was Catholic. Imagine if they had attacked a Muslim for their religious beliefs. Feinstein Attack on Catholic Judge Candidate 

whatchamacallit --- 336 days ago -

What about Pelosi, Biden, Perez and Kaine (the a55 that was hillary's running mate)? They are all Catholic.

Does Feinstien think they can't do their jobs without dogma clouding their judgement? Funny thing, Feinstein graduated from the Convent of the Sacred Heart High School, in San Francisco.

I believe her thinly veiled cynicism and bigotry is really directed at conservatives in general, while using the fact that Barrett happens to be a Catholic as cover for her obvious bias and hatred.

What if someone implied that those of the Jewish faith were unable to put their religious beliefs aside in order to do their jobs effectively? All hell would brake lose!

I'm not sure which, either Feinstein or hillary, come closer to being a real life, psychological equivalent to Dolores Umbridge. 

RayofHope --- 336 days ago -

Actually those are interesting points. 

whatchamacallit --- 336 days ago -

 

AMDG --- 336 days ago -

Not all that surprising, and in the spirit of bipartisanship you can add Steve Brannon's comments that the main reason behind the us bishops view on immigration is to add revenue to the church.

As I have said on here many times every candidate is a compromise against the church's teachings. 

AMDG --- 336 days ago -

American magazine article


Article on this from a catholic magazine 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 336 days ago -

Not all that surprising, and in the spirit of bipartisanship you can add Steve Brannon's comments that the main reason behind the us bishops view on immigration is to add revenue to the church.

Bannon is not and was not an elected representative of the people who took an oath to abide by the Constitution which clearly states that there can be no religious test for public office. 

RayofHope --- 335 days ago -

Bannon is not and was not an elected representative of the people who took an oath to abide by the Constitution which clearly states that there can be no religious test for public office.?

It is scary that we live in a country encouraging elected officials to punish people for their religious beliefs. 

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