Pope Pelosi Issues New Papal Decree Re: Catholic Stance On Abortion

The question as to when human life begins may be above Messiah Obama’s paygrade, but it turns out that Nancy Pelosi shares God’s paygrade. In a Meet The Press interview, Pelosi had this:

MR. BROKAW: Senator Obama saying the question of when life begins is above his pay grade, whether you’re looking at it scientifically or theologically. If he were to come to you and say, “Help me out here, Madame Speaker. When does life begin?” what would you tell him?

REP. PELOSI: I would say that as an ardent, practicing Catholic, this is an issue that I have studied for a long time. And what I know is, over the centuries, the doctors of the church have not been able to make that definition. And Senator–St. Augustine said at three months. We don’t know. The point is, is that it shouldn’t have an impact on the woman’s right to choose. Roe v. Wade talks about very clear definitions of when the child–first trimester, certain considerations; second trimester; not so third trimester. There’s very clear distinctions. This isn’t about abortion on demand, it’s about a careful, careful consideration of all factors and–to–that a woman has to make with her doctor and her god. And so I don’t think anybody can tell you when life begins, human life begins. As I say, the Catholic Church for centuries has been discussing this, and there are those who’ve decided…

MR. BROKAW: The Catholic Church at the moment feels very strongly that it…

REP. PELOSI: I understand that.

MR. BROKAW: …begins at the point of conception.

REP. PELOSI: I understand. And this is like maybe 50 years or something like that. So again, over the history of the church, this is an issue of controversy. But it is, it is also true that God has given us, each of us, a free will and a responsibility to answer for our actions. And we want abortions to be safe, rare, and reduce the number of abortions. That’s why we have this fight in Congress over contraception. My Republican colleagues do not support contraception. If you want to reduce the number of abortions, and we all do, we must–it would behoove you to support family planning and, and contraception, you would think. But that is not the case. So we have to take–you know, we have to handle this as respectfully–this is sacred ground. We have to handle it very respectfully and not politicize it, as it has been–and I’m not saying Rick Warren did, because I don’t think he did, but others will try to.

Note: Nancy Pelosi is a “practicing Catholic” the way I am a “practicing brain surgeon.”

Jim Morrissey is often an astute observer of the liberally-sponsored cultural-meltdown. He was on his game again, writing a piece titled, “Pelosi lies about Catholicism and abortion.” He goes back to the first written Catechism of the Christian church from AD 70, the writings of Tertullian, the writings of Hippolytus, and Scripture from the Psalms to utterly destroy Pelosi’s claim. Either she lied about having every once studied the Catholic Church’s teaching on abortion, or she lied about what she found.

My guess is the former, simply because I think Pelosi is too ignorant to have ever studied anything.

Morrissey writes, “I’m always astounded as to the extent of deception in which pro-choice Catholics indulge themselves, both inwardly and outwardly, to justify their positions.”

It is frankly amazing how ignorant liberals are on matters of religion. They didn’t even CARE about religion until the aftermath of the 2004 election, when they began to realize that their secular humanism and atheism had cost them the election. They came up with a strategy to fake (they use the term ‘frame’) their secular liberal policies in religious terminology.

Democrats have been trying to fake their religious creds ever since this bombshell broke:

U.S. voters are split along religious lines

Nov 30, 2003 by Steven Thomma Knight Ridder Newspapers

DES MOINES, Iowa — Want to know how Americans will vote next Election Day? Watch what they do the weekend before.

If they attend religious services regularly, they probably will vote Republican by a 2-1 margin. If they never go, they likely will vote Democratic by a 2-1 margin.

This relatively new fault line in American life is a major reason the country is politically polarized. And the division is likely to continue or even grow in 2004.

A new poll by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center For The People & The Press this fall confirmed that the gap remains; voters who frequently attend religious services tilt 63-37 percent to Bush, and those who never attend lean 62-38 percent toward Democrats.

“We now have the widest gap we have ever had between Republicans and Democrats,” said Andy Kohut, the director of the Pew survey.

“It’s THE most powerful predictor of party ID and partisan voting intention,” said Thomas Mann, a political scholar at the Brookings Institution, a center-left Washington research center. “And in a society that values religion as much as (this one), when there are high levels of religious belief and commitment and practice, that’s significant.”

Fully sixty percent of Americans identify themselves as either very or somewhat conservative. Liberals did the math. Honesty about their horrible pro-gay, pro-abortion, anti-God agenda simply wasn’t an option.

DNC Chairman Howard Dean trotted out a couple years back to put the new strategy into motion, but showed how truly full of crap he was:

As he heads into what H. L. Mencken called the ”Bible Belt,” the candidate moved to plug an apparent hole in his résumé about an interest in religion. After hearing Dean’s observation beginning ”If you know much about the Bible — which I do,” a reporter asked about his favorite New Testament book. Dean named Job, adding, ”But I don’t like the way it ends . . . in some of the books of the New Testament, the ending of the Book of Job is different . . . there’s one book where there’s a more optimistic ending, which we believe was tacked on later.”

The candidate returned an hour later to confess error: Job was in the Old Testament, not the New. Beyond that slip, his recollection of ”one book where there’s a more optimistic ending” is muddled; the Book of Job in the Old Testament has an upbeat ending, with God doubling Job’s former wealth and giving him new children for having sustained his piety through all his trials.

It didn’t matter if it was a gigantic ruse. Their followers are breathtakingly stupid, and they count on American stupidity the way our first founding fathers used to count on American decency.

The truth is, liberals despise God as much as they ever did. Nancy Pelosi is far more inspired by the hard-core feminist-abortion agenda than she is by her Catholic “faith.” Liberals have to lie about who they are – and misrepresent their motivations and their agenda – or they will be rejected. Hence the lies. And now they even lie about the Catholic Church’s millennial-old stand against abortion. As Nancy Pelosi describes her God, He smiles down benevolently every time a woman decides to have her baby’s brains sucked out.

A Speaker of the House of Representatives who literally attempts to justify her Catholic beliefs by worshiping at an alter made from aborted babies is an ideologue of such shocking proportions that it makes me shudder.

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3 Responses to “Pope Pelosi Issues New Papal Decree Re: Catholic Stance On Abortion”

  1. Carol Lapsley Says:

    At least Tom Brokaw tried to squeeze a word in edgewise and bring Nancy up to snuff about the church’s teachings! Nancy is just plain wrong in what she says and the question is- will she be set straight by her own priest? will she be denied communion? does the church get equal time on Meet the Press

  2. Kent Says:

    OBAMA SUPPORTS PUBLIC DEPRAVITY
    (& supports the “rights” of youngsters to view it!)

    Google “Zombietime” and click on “Up Your Alley Fair.” After recovering, Yahoo “God to Same-Sexers, Hurry Up” on the “clericalwhispers” and “ucmpage” listings (even Jesus told Judas to hurry up – John 13:27). Also Yahoo “Dangerous Radicals of the Religious Right.” See all of this before the predicted California earthquake happens a la Rev. 16:19 (“the cities of the nations fell”) – and before hurricanes and other conscience-stirring disasters occur elsewhere! Incidentally, there’s a new pro-life slogan: UNBORN BABIES SHOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS – AND LEGS AND EARS AND EYES etc.! Kent

    (Obama and his porn-protecting collaborators, Pelosi and Newsom, did NOT approve of this message.)

  3. Michael Eden Says:

    The way I see it, if the unborn don’t deserve human rights and human dignity, then no one does. They are human by virtue of their parents, and beings by virtue of the simple fact that they exist – they are human beings.

    Mind you, your communists, your Nazis, and your most evil regimes – all of which are godless – of all time, were BIG on abortion.

    The right to keep and bear arms is a reaction and defense against tyranny. When tyranny rules, babies lose the right to keep and bear arms (etc.).

    There’s either something special and sacred about being a human being, or there isn’t. We’re either something with the spark of the divine, or we’re animals. Abortion answers “isn’t,” and “animals,” respectively.

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