30 times. 30 times now Democrats have blocked consideration for the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
30 times Democrats have shown us how extreme their abortion agenda is. 30 times we are reminded just how much is at stake in upcoming elections. Not just 2020, but 2019 as well.
“Any Catholic or Mother who can look at their Children and then go out to Vote Democrat knowing the Democrat Party fully supports the Killing of Babies with a Heartbeat are “NOT” True Catholic or a Mother.”
What is interesting is how many women seem to think this is justifiable. Former president obama was very pro-abortion. During his term in the Senate, he tried to overturn the ‘born alive’ act for babies who survived abortion. Yet, even though that information was very much available, over 50% of the Catholic vote went to him in both elections.
Hillary clinton ran on a strong abortion platform and, to this day, I have relatives who don’t keep in contact because they resent me having voted for President Trump rather than the first woman to ever run.
To be a Catholic means (at least to me!) is obedience to the Ten Commandments and the Laws of the Church. Thou Shalt Not Kill is very much in evidence in said Ten Commandments. Sad to say, however, during the last three presidential elections, nothing was said from the pulpit about voting what is right over what is politically pleasing. Also, since I read that the Catholic Bishops are against the wall and since 50% of the Catholic vote went to obama’s elections, I’m thinking many of our spiritual leaders in the church voted political agendas over the safety of the unborn. Yes, you can offer a multitude of prayers for the safety of our future born and unborn babies but if you don’t follow through with Christlike values when you vote, you are party of the death squad.
The Midterms are here and how will you vote. Even more important, WILL you vote? There are still people who refuse to register to vote because they think they will get called for Jury Duty from the voting registry. Not true. Besides, it certainly isn’t very American to ignore or try to avoid something that is not a option but a duty in being a good citizen of the United States of America. Don’t throw your future away for your idea of comfort today. Every vote counts when many of the elections are running so close.
And don’t skip all the minor offices and Propositions on this year’s ballot. Not doing your research and voting in an informed way on ALL that is on the line this year is how California ended up with a ‘super’ transit system that goes nowhere. Besides, if you want a future for your children, taking your children to the polls is a good example.
Most news venues concentrate on only the negatives in life and have yet to give President Trump his fair credit in regards to what he has done with the country up until now. For one thing, he has actually worked to keep his campaign promises which can’t be said of many other elected candidates to date. His election rallies drew crowds yet the democrats refused to see the obvious as evidenced by their election night tears and screams of surprise. Yet, in spite of the turnout to elect a president that kept promises, the Midterms seem to be rather low-key in interest which makes you wonder why the winner of 2016 feel they can be so complacent. You can’t have a ‘red wave’ if voters are going to piddle around and figure someone else can worry about it. After all, would it really make that much difference if the democrats take over the House.
Burke warned Catholics against not voting at all and against the practice of writing in the name of a preferred candidate on the ballot, saying it could inadvertently cause the election of a candidate who does not respect life, family, and freedom.
“And I understand these sentiments very well. But one also has to be very prudent, and know that by not voting at all you are probably favoring one candidate or another,” he said, adding that even if Catholics wrote in the name of a favored candidate, it would be unlikely for such a person to become elected.
“The moral weight to voting is indeed very heavy. In other words, every vote counts,” he said.
Cardinal Burke’s Excellent Advice for the Presidential Election
“More than likely the judgment will be that neither candidates ideally answers these…
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