Sep 26, 2006

Another proud pro-abortion Catholic pol

When pro-abortion Jerry "Moonbeam" Brown was governor of California, then-Bishop Roger Mahony served as head of his Agricultural Labor Relations Board.

At Brown's Web site (which I refuse to provide here) for his current 2006 campaign for California attorney general, on his "Record" page (and note his subhead, "Choice"), he brags:

"Choice
Throughout his career in public service, Jerry Brown has been an uncompromising champion of a woman's right to choose and remains committed to preserving this fundamental right."

Brown also brags on his Web site that he has a TV ad in which the California president of the abortion giant Planned Parenthood, Kathy Kneer, praises him for being pro-abortion and slams his opponent, pro-life Chuck Poochigian, for wanting to "outlaw abortion and overturn Roe v. Wade."

Why do California's pro-abortion Catholic politicians such as Brown feel free to brag and bray all they want about how they back aborting millions of God's precious babies? Because they know they face no sanction from Cardinal Mahony and his fellow California bishops.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think another important question would be, "Why would a bishop serve as head of any government board, let alone ol' baby-killin' Brown?"

Seriously, doesn't a bishop have better things to be doing than heading up an Agricultural Labor Relations Board? I mean, what kind of time commitment is that and doesn't that take away his time that would rightfully be directed to his "flock?" And ... what the heck would Mahony, a dude who was BORN IN FRIKKIN' HOLLYWOOD and spent most of his life there, know about agriculture?

Absolutely ridiculous, no matter which side of the abortion issue you're on. I can't see how ANYONE would defend that. (Of course, I can't see how anyone can defend infant-murder, but still....)

--Jehu

1:17 AM  
Blogger Dad29 said...

Jerry Brown is an ex-Jesuit.

That should explain ALL of it.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Jehu,

It was an outgrowth of then-Bishop Mahony's connection to the Cesar Chavez United Farm Worker movement in the Sixties. Cardinal Mahony and others seem to act as if they think left-wing celebrity-glamor-limousine-liberal political activism is true Catholicism.

Also, as a child, the Cardinal helped take care of chickens (seriously, he did).

12:03 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Dad 29,

Yes, that would explain things. Jerry Brown entered a Jesuit novitiate in 1958. He didn't stay there too long, and he graduated from another college in 1961.

Of course, there still are some good Jesuits around, but the others make a mess of things.

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh man. Well, at least it brings to mind one of my favorite jokes.

What is similar about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders?

Well, they were each founded by Spaniards too combat heresy: the Dominicans to fight the Albigensians, and the Jesuits to fight the Protestants.

What is different about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders?

Well, have you met any Albigensians lately?

--Jehu

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Kenneth Fisher, Founder & Chrm. CRCOAc said...

ATTENTION, ATTENTION!

The CRCOA Knights of Columbus Website is now up and running!

Go to crcoa.com, click on "Knights of Columbus", then click on the State.

you are interested in that is listed, then just follow the instructions.

You will find there the names of pro-abortion and or sodomite public figures

who are still Knights, a picture of them with details such as NARAL and

NACGLM ratings, Council number, and a link to their personal Websites.

We are looking to find out information on more pro-abortion and or sodomite public figures who are Knights. If you have such information please email it to: president@crcoa.com. Eventually we believe we will have at least one such referrence for each State!

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

12:33 AM  
Blogger Gorbachenko said...

What's sad is that this kook actually has a chance of winning the election.

8:04 PM  

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