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Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, Two Catholic Vice Presidential Candidates and One is Being Faithful Comments

One cannot be a faithful Catholic and deny the Right to Life for our first neighbors in their mother's womb. Nor can one be a faithful Catholic and fail to defend true marriage and the family and society founded upon it. Given our numbers, U.S. Catholics can determine the outcome of this election. Continue Reading

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  1. Psmith
    1 year ago

    Are you kidding me?. This is such a ridiculous argument! Look at Paul Ryan's love of Ayn Rand's philosophy! Look at his budget repair which throws the poor, the disabled and disadvantaged under the bus. He should not call himself a Christian. He may profess love of the unborn baby, but then that baby better lead a charmed life. What if that baby is born, but then has a mental illness and can't afford health care? Romney-Ryan would turn their backs on them. They scorn "entitlements," which are really just the type of thing Jesus asked us to do when he asked us to love our neighbor. Did Jeses really mean just love your rich neighbors? Listen to the selfish comments of Ryan's wealthy running mate to his wealthy supporters released today. Obama is not asking for support of a Catholic marriage for gays and lesbians, so leave that one alone too. I know in my heart that Jesus would never vote Romney-Ryan. A true Christian needs to look at all the issues in their entirety and then make a well informed balanced decision. I am a US Catholic who will do everything in my power so that Lyin' Ryan and his selfish cold hearted running mate never see the White house. Obama-Biden 2012! WWJD?

  2. Audrey
    1 year ago

    If I were American, I would definitely vote for Ryan.


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