“Very true. Justice has been in a perpetual struggle with money. Nowhere is this more evident than in the battle for the unborn, whom the God of Heaven knitted together in the wombs of the women who carry them. For them, who cannot speak for themselves and so must be spoken for, justice has been in short supply and perverted by dirty money, one filthy blood tainted dollar after another. Perhaps now though things are changing as Republicans begin to sweep away the remnants of those who would seek to snuff out the sanctity of a life nestled innocently within the santuary of it's mother's bossom. It is my hope, as one who strives for justice for all, particularly for those who can't secure it for themselves, that as the unions wither away so too does the unending stream of money that they supply for the murder of those most in need of social justice. Father please forgive us, for we know not what we do. Unfortunately however many of us do know precisely what we do. Forgive those of tht ilk as well Lord and help me to forgive them as I would beg of you to forgive my transgressions.”
jhNY on Jun 7, 2012 at 11:13:58
“Your focus seems a bit overtrained on one subject, which though it is a complex topic for debate, is not exactly the topic at hand.
Republicans pose as champions of the unborn, but it's a strange posture, if you consider: they're always cutting back funds for prenatal care,education, meals for students. How could they be so interested in the unborn when they cannot muster up any enthusiasm for the living? Answer: in hope of getting votes from people like yourself.
Tens of thousands of children die of starvation worldwide every day. As much as you have yourself worked up over those who have yet to arrive among us, I hope you will extend your fervor and practical support to those who are here now.”