Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Rejoice today, repent tomorrow.

This just in:
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OK - for all you good Catholics, I am writing this with blood red because you are all responsible for this - you who voted for Obama. This is not a day you should be proud of.

Midway through his acceptance speech, now President Barack Obama, in firm, cool calculated words, stated the following:
" . . . and for those who choose to nurture a child . . .."
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I received the above email after I posted a couple of things on the inauguration today.
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FYI: I did NOT vote for Obama.

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(Funny the Pope's message of congratulations didn't mention that.)
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That's all.

9 comments:

  1. I didn't vote for Obama, and I would never ever vote for a person who thinks that human life at any stage is disposable.
    Even though I thought that his speech had a few bright spots.
    I fear for what will happen to us if this FOCA plan goes as they hope that it will. I believe that it may be the final straw ,and it will seal our fate with God.

    Can you imagine the nerve of mankind producing signed sealed documents ensuring the right to murder HIS babies, unlike the laws that we have now these will be etched into stone, and shoved into God's face. Can God get any angrier?
    Was Sodam really that bad? They didn't have cable, or High speed Internet. No phone sex either. Could you imagine trying to explain these things to the people of Sodam. They would mock us, then ask for our children.

    We are just begging for it.(God's justice)

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  2. Belinda,

    I agree - not only are we as a nation asking for it, but we have been for quite awhile.

    I am not apocalyptic by nature (although I will admit to being something of a pessimist), but I do think this nation is living on borrowed time. I only wonder when the debt will be called, and in what form it will take.

    Mitchell

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  3. All else aside, everything else....

    I think of the demand for justice from FIFTY MILLION souls. These voices can not be ignored or denied. They will have their day in court too, and the guilty will pay a heavy price.

    Of 50 million abortions, statistically we would all HAVE to know someone that has had one, paid for one, or procured one.

    Oh, and when you factor in birth control ,which I consider very evil as well , the numbers become so high that they could only be known by God. And you know he's keeping track.

    Personally I am very worried. I have slapped a naughty kid in the car only to miss, and smack the wrong one. I hope that God has good aim. I think that we are all going to get the big slap.

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  4. As a Canadian I couldn't vote and that is a small mercy for I do not envy the horrid task that was before my neighbors. I seldom ever make a political post but I did today on my luminousmiseries.ca blog and there I noted another moment in his speech where his abortive bent is not so easily hidden.

    I'm sure what was not specifically mentioned in the Pope's prepared message was not missed by the Pope in relation to the President's direction toward a culture of death.

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  5. The worldwide numbers are even more mindblowing....45 million per year. I just think of those immortal souls. What do we say at the end of our lives when we stand before the judgment seat?

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  6. michael r.7:31 AM

    You can dissect just about any speech and find all kinds of little goblins. I'm not sure why it would be so shocking to hear one refer to those of us who have chosen to nurture a child. Why do we automatically assume our moral high road, and think he must be referring to those who haven't chosen to abort? How many Catholics choose not to nurture children, but instead practice birth control? For that matter, how many Catholics choose not to nurture children, and instead practice the "natural" rhythm method?

    You need to be really careful about checking your sources before publishing. For those of you who didn't listen to the speech, or read it, Obama didn't make any such statement. He said: "It is the firefighter's courage to storm a stairway filled with smoke, but also a parent's willingness to nurture a child, that finally decides our fate." Out of context, it doesn't really sound like "and for those who choose to nurture a child..." In context, it sounds nothing like it at all.

    I was very proud to see America transition to it's next President, and am gratified that the Pope sent warm wishes. The election is over folks, get over it. "What is required of us now is a new era of responsibility..." "...the time has come to set aside childish things."

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  7. Anonymous9:25 AM

    is anyone actually surprised by that quote? Obama has been and is militantly anti-life. Our Catholic mission: intercessory prayer and sacrifices offered for the conversion of his heart and mind to the Gospel. Can you imagine what that would be like? AWESOME...and the good news is that it IS possible.

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  8. Oh, like the childish things didn't exist under the last admin? The Bush Derangement Syndrome is alive and well today as it was yesterday.

    Re the booing of the former President. And when have our transitions ever been anything but peaceful? Was a peaceful transition only discovered yesterday?

    Furthermore, it is our duty to stand up in opposition to a grave moral evil. Abortion is murder. You may slice and dice words here over what was said, but the intent is the same.

    Here is what was posted yesterday under the new WH stewardship:
    President Obama understands that abortion is a divisive issue, and respects those who disagree with him. However, he has been a consistent champion of reproductive choice and will make preserving women’s rights under Roe v. Wade a priority in his Adminstration. He opposes any constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court’s decision in that case.

    So the killing proceeds apace. Responsibility as in hiding consequences via abortion. Nice.

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  9. Anonymous11:42 AM

    i caught that, too.

    *missourian*

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