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Will House Republican Agenda Defend Life and Marriage? Time for Catholic Action Comments

The "political dualism" that says there are "social" and "economic" issues which should be kept separate must be rejected. The reason we care about expanding economic opportunity is because we respect the dignity of every human person, including our smallest neighbors. Continue Reading

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    4 years ago

    Current republicans will NOT ACT. Vote conservative...the movement is afoot.
    It is time to put regular people, the silent moral majority, into office.

  2. Pam
    4 years ago

    Who can truthfully deny that the term "marriage" has been identified all through the centuries as the union between a man and a woman--open to the begetting of another human life. No doubt, the homosexual lifestyle has been around all through the centuries. But it has never bbrought forth one child. .No other type of "natural" union can make that happen--like it or not! That should end the discussion. The rest is just more of the same rationalization--An endeavor to justify an irregularity that will never change "the facts of life." That "record" that we keep hearing played is broken. Let's get "real" about the "natural law" and the begetting of children in the human family--Only "that" has been and will always be what "marriage" is about!

  3. Robert Klein
    4 years ago

    Amen. Socail and fiscal conservatives are this country's last best chance at survival and prospertiy. Without a strong United States the world is much scarier and immoral place. Homosexual unions are not marriages! A mother's womb should be the safest place in the universe for a child of God. A mother's womb should be the more precious dwelling a child of God will ever rest. A mother's womb needs to be sacred, protected from all who would harm our little brother/sister. If we cannot stand for the innocent among us who will we stand for? Illegal aliens are not our neighbors or guests. Legal aliens are our guests and neighbors. Giving a man fish does not make him a fisherman. Teaching a man to fish makes him a fisherman and allows him dignity. When a man is a provide the generations after him learn to provide. Vote conservative! Support conservative candidates! Pro life democrats are rare. Vote conservative! Obama claims he wants fewer abortions but Planned Parenthood has never had a better friend in the White house! Vote conservative.
    Please visit: Pray for our leaders! Pray for our country!

  4. Bulbajer
    4 years ago

    The monogomous definition of marriage has not been accepted across cultures. I am opposed to legalizing polygamy in the US because it almost always results in abuse and other corruptions of marriage. Homosexual marriages are not the same, but it is pretty close to being a lie to say that "Marriage, a lifelong union between one man and one woman open to the rearing and raising of children, is accepted across cultures."

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