Monday, September 22, 2008

The Obama-Kmiec Magical Mystery "Faith Tour"

(Hat tip: Dave Hartline at The Catholic Report)

Deal Hudson writes:
Barack Obama's campaign will try to reverse its recent loses among religiously-active voters with a Magical Mystery "Faith Tour." Our friend Doug Kmiec is the one of the featured speakers, along with former Congressman Tim Roemer (who hasn't been heard much lately).

The subtitle of the Faith Tour is "Voting ALL Our Values." Very clever. The real subtitle should be "Ignoring the Foundation of ALL Values."
My Comments:
The "Democrat Faith Partisans" swing into high gear to paint pro-lifers as "divisive" and "narrowly focused".

I GUARANTEE you that those words - "divisive" and "narrowly focused" - will be used ad infinitum during this "faith tour". Straight out of the Gaillardetz playbook.

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At 9/22/2008 9:18 AM, Anonymous tip said...

The honest name should be, "We Have No Values, But We'll Make Some Up."

Magical Mystery Tour--didn't the Beatles do that already? The 60s have come and gone--doesn't the left realize that by hanging on to them, they're BEHIND the times now?

At 9/22/2008 9:42 AM, Blogger Joe said...

Always make every effort to remind all voters that Barack Obama and the Democratic Party go totally against Christian moral values, especially those of Black Southern Baptists and Hispanic Catholics.

At 9/22/2008 2:39 PM, Blogger Kyle R. Cupp said...

Ah, the politization of religion, where our faithful candidates cling to religious-inspired votes.

At 9/22/2008 5:08 PM, Anonymous sniper said...

Obama has no religion, other than love of self, and McCain may think he's getting the religious vote but more are voting against Obama than for McCain.

Palin is just a breath of fresh air who, we hope, may be a healthy example of a politician for at least one generation of our children.

At 9/22/2008 11:01 PM, Blogger Tito Edwards said...

Time to find and cultivate a candidate for 2012.

I don't care if he or she is a Democrat or Republican, we need to find someone now to be prepared to unseat these two jokers.

At 9/23/2008 6:27 AM, Blogger Jay Anderson said...

Giving up already, Tito?

You may be pleasantly surprised the day after Election Day. Or not. But the fact that it's close and really shouldn't be makes me think that Barack can't close the deal with the American voter.

As for candidates in 2012, I'm thinking a Palin-Jindal ticket has a nice ring to it.

At 9/23/2008 3:22 PM, Blogger Tito Edwards said...

Not giving up, just frustrated with McCain and his stance on ESCR.

Palin-Jindal, nice.

I'd whole-heartedly vote for that ticket before McCain-Palin.


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