Monday, October 25, 2010

Better Check the Minnesota Democrats for White Sheets, Gasoline and Matches

Hey, don't hold back on the anti-Catholicism.

A recent postcard mailed the the MN DFL State Central Committee has a picture of a priest wearing a button that says "Ignore the Poor".

The picture takes up the entire side of the postcard!

How low has the DFL party sunk that they would mail out pictures of a priest urging people to ignore the poor?


h/t to The Eponymous Flower

You couldn't ignore how much money, time and treasure Catholics give to the poor and serve in missions and make a statement like this without knowing you were lying about it.

5 comments:

Maria said...

'Catholic Bloggers Aim to Purge'
Posted at: Monday, October 25, 2010 09:26:20 AM
Author: James Martin, S.J.

Carol--you need to get over there. You have been referenced--but not by name. How are you BTW????

Carol McKinley said...

That was delicious!

Oh, it's going to be a disaster for them all right!

I'm well! How about you?

Paul M. Nguyen said...

Even more amazing is that it's "photoshopped" onto the image of the priest. The surrounding photo bears a rough paper grain look, while the button has a shiny look, and though the priest's body is angled away, the button is a perfect circle (the angled profile should show it to be elliptical and non-circular). Buttons like this can hang from the shirt like that, but they would be pulling the fabric, which is not visible in this picture. Nice work.

Maria said...

Carol: I am working insane hours. I got home at 11:30. Never too tired to take on our friends at America Mag. Every comment gets deleted. Sissies. LOL. It is like Hardon SJ said: we are as sheep, without Shepherds. It is the final battle, Carol. I am convinced.

Carol McKinley said...

I'm glad to hear things are going well at work but those are crazy hours indeed. Sounds like they could use a few more of you.

Isn't it strange the Jesuits lock anyone out of the debate who brings the perspective of the Catechism into the debate and yet they boohoo about Catholics "purging" their voices in the debate. Keep up the great work.

Over at Commonweal, they are all saying 'the long goodbye' to Catholicism. Some have already left the RCC for a protestant denomination and others seem to want to follow. It is sad, but they were never Catholic to begin with and their presence has done nothing but bully pastors into withholding the teachings of the Catholic faith to those of us who are. "A smaller, purer Church" they are referring to us as.

This is the hour to teach and preach with zeal and let those who have ears, hear.

Keep in touch. Peace of Christ.