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Ten Ways Catholic Voters Will Be Misled in 2012

1-5-12 Posted by Admin in 2012 Election, Blog 3 Comments
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This year, we’ll be forced to defend our pro-life, pro-family beliefs.

Catholic Advocate is ready to lead the charge and make this the year we stop the destructive, secular agenda that has been gaining ground in recent years.

Pro-abortion, pro-same sex marriage politicians will try desperately to convince voters that their anti-faith policies are best for America.

That’s why Deal Hudson and Matt Smith put together a list of ten ways progressives will try to mislead voters. We urgently need your help to sound the alarm about these issues. Please print this off to share or email to your friends and family and ask them to do the same.

Click the image above or click here for the pdf. version.

Thank you in advance for your support. We are counting on you to help Catholic Advocate make a difference in 2012.

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3 Responses to Ten Ways Catholic Voters Will Be Misled in 2012

  1. Hope Murry says:

    thank you for standing up, so many believers have compromised and compromised and this is the result – God is systematically being removed from America. “You were born for such a time as this.” Hope

  2. Gregory Solman says:

    Point #4 has already proven prophetic. The leftist talking point derived from White House polling and disseminated to its media surrogates suggests that Catholic rights of conscience can and should be abridged because “98 percent of Catholic women of childbearing years admit to having used birth control.” Notwithstanding the government’s unwarranted conflation of perceived “goods” and enumerated Constitutional rights–our government has no business distributing birth control to anyone–the argument from the poll is a non sequitur fallacy: The 1st Amendment rights of Catholics are no more contingent upon its adherents’ practices than Jewish religious rights depend upon how many of them keep kosher kitchens. Yet we’ve heard this argument ad nauseum, and the only thing it demonstrates is that sinning, dissenting Catholics do indeed bring scandal upon their Church, providing ammunition to those who would try in vain (Matthew 16:18) to destroy her.

  3. John says:

    Like many on this site, and in society at large, I am growing increasingly alarmed at the power grabs by this White House. As I’m also in the military, I am disappointed in seeing this while in another country. I do, however, have a course of action.

    Follow the teachings that Jesus taught us, “pray for those who persecute you.” I will respond peacefully and with the voting lever. I will notify my Congressman to see how he stands on the issue as well. Not to mention that there should be some attorney out there who should be looking at a Constitutional challenge on this under the separation of powers. Congress didn’t pass this, so it can’t be as law.

    Just my two cents. God Bless you all.

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