Friday, October 29, 2010

Voris Gives a Compelling Review of the Statement on Voting from the Bishops of Massachusetts

If you haven't seen the statement from the Massachusetts Bishops giving cover to politicians who legalize killing babies -- you can find it in my post HERE.

These Bishops are concentrating on the freedom to vote instead of voting for freedom.

As Michael says, it's got to stop and it will stop.

The billions upon billions of dollars we are giving to these Bishops to receive this insignificant drivel has also got to come to an end.    You know that old saying "you get what you pay for"?  Coming in the new year is a new campaign - "when we get what we're paying for you'll get your pay".

I have a post going up with the guidance of the Pope and Bishop Burke on voting over the weekend.

Have a great night.


Anonymous said...

Michael Voris is great. No nonsense.

Anonymous said...

That was great!

However, the *one* positive I drew from the Mass. Bishops statement was this:

They clarified that not all issues carry the same moral weight -- that's a start. :)

In the end, however, Mr. Voris is right - the "theo-babble" is still there.

He still hits home run after home run. He cracks me up!

Catechist Kevin

Carol McKinley said...


Oh sure, sure, they say not all issues carry the same moral weight as their lead in to telling them it all depends on economics. The cleverly secret coded message for obamacare and adding billions of illegal aliens to systems that can't afford to pay for the sick and elderly who worked all their life.

They never go on to explain they're saying when you vote for politicians who legislate and enact killing people, dead people don't get any of the benefits of the other issues.

Anonymous said...

That is true, Carol, that is true.

[huge sigh]

Why can't they just let their yes mean yes, and their no mean no?

Why can't they, "preach the word; be ready in season and out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort, with great patience and instruction"? (2 Tim. 4:2)

Catechist Kevin