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Biden’s Lying Catholic Apologists They are trying to use the Capitol Hill mayhem to silence his...

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    The recent condemnations of “reckless rhetoric” come mainly from liberals who engage in it. They froth at the mouth over the mayhem on Capitol Hill, making wild charges about “those responsible for it.” They spread the blame far and wide in the hopes of silencing and discrediting their political opponents.

    Joe Biden’s religious apologists have joined in this opportunism, using it to settle scores against Christian supporters of Trump. These religious liberals have poured scorn on the government of Donald Trump for four years, often indulging in the most intemperate rhetoric. But now they mount their pulpits to inveigh against the dangers of “anti-government” dissent. Beneath the sanctimony of this sermonizing lies a crass political motive: to soften or eliminate any religious opposition to Joe Biden’s unholy abortion politics.

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  2. Michael Collum

    Michael Collum Everything began with a voice, use yours Supporter

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    US Politics is a lose - lose situation.

    You have one party that will not help the less fortunate, and you have one party that is in favor of human sacrifice. Both parties fight against each other without rest. If Church history were a mirror of the histories of Israel ... perhaps Isaiah 65:1-5 would resonate.

    It is a shame those in power will not graciously win or lose or even work together. Something to pray about for sure.

    Thank you for sharing.
  3. chevyontheriver

    chevyontheriver Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    As long as Catholics are in either one political camp or the other we will be at war with ourselves. And it will be a political war where our faith, the actual faith, ends up trashed. We don't fit in one party or the other. We definitely don't fit in the party of death. We don't fit very well in that other party either. I've tried both over the years. It's all just too toxic. Not politics itself, which can theoretically be noble, but these two hateful parties. Neumayr is right, absolutely nailing it, but only so far as he went. Trumpism was unhealthy. Bidenism will be a failed moral mess yet with the support of Catholics and Catholic pundits and Catholic bishops until Harrisism takes over. Watch out.
  4. Stabat

    Stabat Stat Crux, dum volvitur orbis Supporter

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    Yeah, as if creepy Joe Biden is a catholic...:doh:
  5. chevyontheriver

    chevyontheriver Well-Known Member Supporter

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    He says he is. And the archbishop of Washington is going to grant him the Eucharist. :doh:

    I just call him 'Old Joe'.
  6. Alex Reynolds

    Alex Reynolds New Member

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    In full reality, only about 1-2% of the people who attended that march actually stormed the building.

    We can only hold people accountable for their own actions, sure someone told you to do something, but if it was you who did it, you bear the crime and thus the consequence.

    The actions of the KKK are not accountable to all Christians, the actions of some radical terrorists do not reflect the beliefs of all Muslims. In the same the actions of those few people who did something stupid do not reflect the intentions of your president. Trump is a good man, it is a shame people have let their anger and hate overall their judgement, it shows a lack of inner light even if you disagree with him.