Repent Obama Catholic voters…
Today is the day and reason why any Catholic who voted for Barack Hussein Obama should now take the advice of those clear-minded clerics who prior to the election proclaimed this truth: There is/was no overriding proportionate issue to cause any Catholic to vote for the party of death and its new figurehead…
President Obama’s pledge to “reduce the number of abortions” in this country can only be interpreted in the light of the truth his now unfulfilled words attempt to belie, a pledge to reduce “legalized genocide”.
The Catholic vote for President Obama was and remains a sin, and today’s annoucement of America’s help in restoring the grave act of abortion on a global scale combined falls under the category of the well-known penitential words found within the Holy Mass, “In what I have done, and in what I (we) have failed to do, and I ask…” …and I will–pray for you: That you seek the Sacrament of Reconciliation with the Lord your God in Whom all things come into being… Including the unborn child.
What was forgotten or simply ignored by the majority of Catholic voters this election cycle were the “millions of proportionate reasons” not to vote for Barack Obama: the “millions of innocent unborn” who will perish by such policies in the years ahead…
Let us seek mercy.
Here’s the report w/Hat Tip to ABC News:
ABC News has learned that later today President Obama will sign an executive order overturning the “Mexico City Policy,” which prohibits Non Governmental Organizations that receive international family planning assistance through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) from providing or actively promoting abortions as a method of family planning in other countries.
The policy — called the “Global Gag rule” by supporters of abortion rights — was first instituted by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, was overturned by President Bill Clinton in 1993, and was re-instituted by President George W. Bush in 2001.
Past presidents have instituted or revoked the ban on January 22, the anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision, but President Obama held off on that move, thinking it too combative.