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Tyrant State? Nelson - Hatch - Casey Pro-Life Amendment Rejected in U.S. Senate Comments

We cannot cooperate in a moral evil such as the federally funded dismembering or burning to death of our youngest neighbors. Continue Reading

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  1. Rob Sartori
    5 years ago

    This is why the founders of these United States placed specific limits on the size and power of the federal government. Many of you thought that if only you put the "right" people in office and kept an eye on them, you could expand the role of government to benevolent action. This does not work, as we are seeing now. Our republic is on the verge of collapse because we have allowed it to be stolen by globalist eugenicists. May God have mercy on us all.

  2. Jo
    5 years ago

    God HELP the United States of America!

  3. Kevin
    5 years ago

    It is not solely up to the Bishops, Priest, and Nuns to fight for Life. We are the Church. We, as participants and being Baptized and Confirmed, must walk with our religious leaders. The voters spoke with the Stupak Ammendment. It is easier for two senators to allow killing Americans, now at any age, in the Senate Version of the health careless Bill. Aborting the vulnerable is being included by the US Senators. What about Dental and Optical coverage?

  4. darwin armand
    5 years ago

    The Church got in bed with the Democratic Party decades ago. Now it's "chickens are coming home to roost".

  5. mike
    5 years ago

    Jews have a proverb: "if you don't really want something - send for it; but if you really want something - GO GET IT!"
    until I see a pride of bishops standing out front demanding and end to this horror, then I can't say they want it enough. Letters aren't doing the job.

  6. Daniel
    5 years ago

    If only all the catholics who voted for this man had changed their minds. We have the pro death people in charge.Please God help us and to have this vote on dec 8th Shame on us.

  7. Ed Zdanowski
    5 years ago

    I only pray that Americans begin to learn about candidates for office rather than just voting the party line. Not only do politicians have a responsibility, so do "We the people".

  8. Dave
    5 years ago

    I definitely agree with Dennis. And this kind of resistance is clearly in line with the spirit and intent of the Manhattan Declaration. No more capitulation to the culture of death. I signed the Declaration. Have you?

  9. oldmomster
    5 years ago

    Too little, too late. Sadly, if the Catholic church had not let so many take a stand FOR the public option, we would not be in this position.

  10. Mike
    5 years ago

    God have mercy on our society !!

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