Choice of Biden for VP Re-opens Catholic Wound

by Steve Ray on August 23, 2008

So, Barak Hussein Obama finally chose his Vice President–“Catholic” pro-abortionist Senator Joe Biden. These are my initial thoughts.

First, this will propel pro-abort “Catholic” politicians right into the spotlight demanding bishops unite and do their job!

Second, it shows that Obama is NOT for change, “a new America.” Biden is an entrenched Washington insider–a Washington politician and in the Senate longer than McCain!

Third, it shows that Obama himself realizes he is not ready to be president, especially in foreign affairs, so he chose an experienced senator to help him so people are not so afraid of his inexperience and ineptness.

Read the Fidelis article Choice of Biden Re-Opens Catholic Wound.

It will be interesting to watch all the news clips and interviews in which Biden criticized Obama and promoted McCain. I bet they will be prominent in Republican ads.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Philip Harold August 26, 2008 at 1:53 PM

I’ll tell you what opens up a Catholic wound–the silence of public, faithful Catholic intellectuals on the just war teaching of the Church.

Those who by their noise on abortion and silence on Iraq condone the latter are cafeteria Catholics who want to defend innocent life only when it fits their partisan frame. They are no better than the Pelosis and Bidens they condemn. They have allegiance to a political party before the truth and the Church. They are weak and narrow-minded.

We need leaders unafraid to speak the truth on all life issues, not only the ones that their political ideology tells them to.

David L. August 28, 2008 at 12:40 AM

Well said Philip H.

Steve shouldn’t be so hateful towards Obama and I say this as a Chuck Baldwin supporter.

Steve Ray August 28, 2008 at 8:08 AM

The word HATE above is ill-advised. I do not like Obama. I think he is arrogant, inexperienced, and evil in his stance on human life. But I do not hate the man.

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