Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Rudy's trying to pull the pro-life plank from the Republican Platform

According to Time magazine, Giuliani has "decided that the reign of social conservatives is coming to an end. 'He understands that there are a lot of Republicans out there who are sick of everyone kowtowing to the single-issue extremists,' said one veteran Republican observer in Washington. 'He's breaking from the pack.'"
Read the rest of Jill Stanek's article at World Net Daily

I would be one of those single-issue extremists. I would have been a single-issue extremist if I was in Germany in the time of the Nazis,when priests, Jews, Gypsies, the retarded, Polish, homosexuals, and the handicapped were deemed, "life unworthy of life".

I would be a singel issue extremist if I lived during the mid 1800's when the Supreme Court handed down the Dred Scott Decision stating that blacks were property.

It's called respect for human life, Rudy. It's called Catholicism.
Cardinal Egan, we still consider him a New Yorker, can we make a Cardinal O'Connor-ish move and tell him not to approach the sacrament of Communion? I was in St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, and I heard you homily when you installed the Sisters of Life in the archdiocese. You said you wanted to pay tribute to the beloved late Cardinal O'Connor's memory. Now that you are about to retire, here's your chance to leave an enduring legacy on the world.
Warn Rudy not to receive Communion in your archdiocese!


matthew archbold said...

i think rudy is imploding as a candidate. I'm hoping fred thompson gets in. Rudy will not have the fortitude to place a pro-life justice on the supreme court that could tip the balance. We need someone committed to the cause.

Leticia said...

I certainly hope you're right! Having Rudy destroy the Republican Part pro-life platform is worse than having President Hillary.
I never thought I would say THAT!