Jun 15, 2007

My favorite politicians are pro-abortion? SO WHAT?

There is something worse than for Catholics to pretend they do not know their favorite pro-abortion politician is pro-abortion, and that is for them to say, "I know, and so what? I'm a social justice Catholic. Abortion is only one issue. More children are harmed by Republican policies than are aborted."

This is really heartless and despicable, and un-Catholic, as well as being wrong on the facts. Bush 43 has spent far more on social services than Slick Willie ever did.

If you think there is anything worse than 1.3 MILLION innocent little CHILDREN being dismembered every year in our country, then you are deceiving yourself very badly.


Anonymous Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman, Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc. said...


I have just heard from John O’Gorman, the Fighting Knight of Columbus from Massachusetts, that the 170,000 signature Initiative Petition to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman was thwarted by the Legislature, meeting in joint Constitutional Convention, on Thursday, June 14 2007. The sad part is it would have passed to go on the ballot in 2008 had it not been for the votes of at least twelve men who call themselves Knights of Columbus who voted against the Church they are supposed to be Knights of, and for the sodomites they support!

Massachusetts Speaker of the House Sal Dimasi, and House Majority Leader John Rogers.

State Reps: Garrett Bradley, Bob Deleo, Stephen Di Natale, Chris Donelan, Christopher Fallon, Kevin Honan, Charles Murphy, Angelo Puppolo and Bob Spellane.

State Senator: Tom McGee

It only required 50 votes to bring this to the people of Massachusetts for a vote. The vote was 45 to do so. If the twelve so called Knights had voted with the Church, and for the good of society, they would have had FIFTY SEVEN! God have mercy on their much compromised souls!

It seems that the Knights of Columbus, like the Bishops they follow, like to write nice things but run when they are asked to back up their writings with actions! In 2003, they actually passed a Resolution to in effect expel from the Order any Knight who supports abortion by forbidding these persons any honors or speaking platforms. WHAT A JOKE! Actually it is worse than a joke, because we have been told that whenever a Council tried to enforce the Resolution, that Council was quickly told not to do so by either their State or Supreme Offices!

Our Divine Savior had a great deal to say about such as these “Knights” when he said “Woe to you scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites, because you are like to whited sepulchers, which outwardly appear to men beautiful, but within, are full of dead men’s bones, and of all filthiness. So you also outwardly indeed appear to men just; but inwardly you are full of hypocrisy and iniquity.—Matt. XXIII. 25-28. Does anyone wonder what the Lord will say to these men when they stand before His Judgment seat?

This year, the “Knights” of Columbus will hold their annual Supreme Council meeting at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Nashville, TN. As always, it will be in the first week of August from the 7th to the 9th, 2007. We at Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc. are looking for someone from that area to help us plan another demonstration such as the ones we did in 2005 in Chicago and Dallas in 2004. If you or anyone you know is willing to help us in this effort, please contact us at 714-491-2284 or crcoa@dslextreme.com

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc., P.O. Box 8095, Anaheim, CA 92812-8095
www.crcoa.com June 16 2007

11:59 AM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Kenneth,

Thank you for all the information, sad though it is.

Father Michael McGivney, who founded the Knights, is being considered for canonization, so he will be a good intercessor if we pray to him.

As we know, it is a rule of thumb that pro-homosexual politicians are pro-abortion, and vice-versa.

9:34 PM  
Blogger Kenneth M. Fisher, CRCOA, crcoa.com said...


I have a picture of Fr. McGivney in my bedroom and I will ask him to help me keep the Faith in the face of such betrayal.

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher

6:44 PM  
Blogger Matthew said...

In the wake of George W. Bush’s State of the Union address, the White House and the Republican-led Congress have moved swiftly to implement a series of budget measures that will slash funding for health care and education while allocating vast new sums for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and tax cuts for America’s wealthy elite.

The House of Representatives approved a $39.5 billion five-year budget-cutting package on Wednesday. More than half of the savings has been carved out of funding for Medicare and Medicaid, the principal programs that provide minimal health care coverage to the elderly, poor and disabled.

On Thursday, Congressional sources reported that the White House was preparing to ask Congress for another $70 billion to pay for the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. This comes on top of $50 billion approved just last December, and brings the total allocated for these military interventions in little over four years to more than $420 billion, the vast majority of it spent on the aggression against Iraq.

Before the year is out, the administration will seek yet another supplemental appropriation to pay for the military operations in the two countries. It is anticipated that before the end 2006, the cost of these wars will top the $500 billion mark—ten times the amount estimated by the administration prior to the invasion of Iraq.

11:27 AM  

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