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Friday, March 19, 2010

Nancy Pelosi Says She is Praying to "St. Joseph the Worker" for Passage of ObamaCare - Video 3/19/10

Here is video of Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today telling the media that she prayed to St. Joseph the Worker for passage of the Senate Health Care Bill in the House:

"Today is the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, particularly important to Italian-Americans. It’s a day where we remember and pray to St. Joseph to benefit the workers of America, and that’s exactly what our health-care bill will do."
Never mind the many Catholics praying this bill will not pass because of what it will do to the quality of Health Care in America, and because it will help make abortion more available.


Anonymous,  March 20, 2010 at 2:35 AM  

Her stupidity knows no bounds.

Larry S March 20, 2010 at 12:30 PM  

Tell it to Network, an alliance representing 59,000 Catholic nuns, who support this healthcare reform legislation... who wrote to members of the House to urge them to "cast a life-affirming 'yes' vote" on the Senate bill.

Tell it to the Catholic Health Association of the United States, which represents the various Catholic hospitals nationwide.

Tell it to Catholics United, who say that this legislation will NOT "make abortion more available".

Tell it to Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good who say the same.

Sister Monica McGloin, who is with the Dominican Sisters of Hope, sums it up quite nicely:

"The big picture is about the protection of life - all life."

She said affordable health care would help millions of middle class parents and their children, and she said better care for pregnant women would lessen the financial burden on poor families and make them less likely to choose abortion.

"This is not about whether you are for or against abortion," she said. "It's about whether you are for or against health care."

Brian March 20, 2010 at 1:31 PM  

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops don't agree with you:

"The Catholic bishops, supporters of universal health care since 1919, wanted to support the bill, he commented. They did not seek an explicitly pro-life bill, but only a “neutral bill.”

However, the Senate legislation is “morally unacceptable,” with billions in community funding appropriated outside of the Hyde Amendment abortion funding restrictions and not covered “by any limitation.”


Neither does Cardinal O'Malley:

Cardinal O'Malley rips pro-Obama Catholics on health care - http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/cardinal_omalley_rips_pro-obama_catholics_on_health_care/

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