Wednesday, September 17, 2008

"Nonpartisan" Catholics United Hits McCain with Ad Questioning His Pro-Life Credentials

Catholics United, the self-proclaimed "nonpartisan" group headed up by former Democrat Party staff members, has come out with a 527 ad attacking Sen. McCain for not walking the pro-life walk (i.e. for not being a "progressive" Democrat).

According to Catholics United,
The ad – which will run on cable television in heavily Catholic areas of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan – comes as Catholic and other religious groups are calling for a national abortion dialogue that prioritizes effective and common good solutions over political rhetoric.
I must've missed the "nonpartisan" Catholics United's ad taking Sen. Obama to task over his abominable pro-life record.

Not to worry, once this Born-Alive Truth ad hits the "heavily Catholic areas of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan", there will be no doubt where Sen. Obama stands with regard to the unborn, and it will hit home for pro-life Catholics much more than the "nonpartisan" Catholics United ad will.

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At 9/17/2008 10:51 AM, Blogger Terry said...

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At 9/17/2008 10:54 AM, Blogger Terry said...

The thirty-second spot features a Catholic pro-life mother of three from the Midwest who states that “actions speak louder than words” when it comes to a pro-life record.

Two words: Trig Palin.

At 9/17/2008 12:48 PM, Blogger Jeff Miller said...

What I would like to know if "Progressive" Catholics United has permission to use the word Catholic from their local bishop (Archbishp Wuerl in their case) since this is a requirement of canon law such as Catholic Answer has?

Canon 300

No association shall assume the name "Catholic" without (nisi) the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority, in accord with the norm of can. 312.

At 9/17/2008 6:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Democrats United 1860

We call upon Lincoln and the "anti-slavery" forces of the Republican party to develop meaningful alternatives to slavery for both masters and slaves, and thereby reduce the rate of enslavement. We call upon the Republicans to support investment in new technologies which will lead to the mechanization of Southern farms. There has been too much demonization of the slave holder which does the enslaved absolutely no good. With calm reason we can end the need for slavery in 50-75 years. Being anti-slavery is more than just a campaign slogan.

At 9/17/2008 8:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Catholics United is a Fraud - See the link


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