Monday, February 07, 2011

Obama's Smoke-and-Mirrors Games

Badger highlights another instance of Obama's smoke-and-mirrors anti-Catholicism.

President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts, 2/4/11 WASHINGTON – Today, President Barack Obama announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships:

  • Sister Marlene Weisenbeck, Member, President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Oh, yah. This nun was part of the cabal which pushed Obama/AbortoCare onto the Republic.

In point of fact, she is an anti-Catholic "Catholic" nun. Not a new phenomenon; and not a new trick from the pony named Obama. He's stacked his Administration with anti-Catholic "Catholics."

7 comments:

John Foust said...

If there's someone in charge of determining whether someone gets to be a Catholic, why aren't they un-Catholic-ing her?

Jim said...

I was wondering the same thing.

Badger Catholic said...

If a soldier rejects a direct command from his superior officer, what do they call that and what is done with the soldier? We could go theological here, but I'm sure you both get it.

GOR said...

Well Jim and John you can’t be ‘un-baptized’ – though people are attempting that and have the papers to ‘prove’ it. Yes, there’s excommunication – some of it declared by the Church but most of it self-inflicted (ipso facto – like participating in an abortion). But if people have stopped believing the bigger things, they’re unlikely to be swayed by lesser things - like obedience or discipline.

The scandal of Catholics is that we are all sinners - struggling, imperfect and often a bad example to others. But Our Lord didn’t come to call the perfect, but sinners. We should be better, but we’re not – and that’s something we’ll have to account for eventually. “To whom much is given…”

John Foust said...

So when Dad29 says she's not a Catholic, we agree that he doesn't have the authority to make such pronouncements?

Anonymous said...

There's good reason "Judge not that ye not be judged" is contained in the Gospels.

John Foust said...

What's that? The Bible says Dad29 shouldn't be judging?