A Political Message to Catholics

A quote from this article: “In order to promote their ideas over ours, they

tell us we must stay in our churches, keep our religion to ourselves, and

that their idea of separation of the church from the state (which does not

exist in our American constitution as they say it does) trumps any ideas we

might have, so we have to shut up. “

I knew immediately he was speaking my language. Taking your Catholicism or Christianity and sticking it in a corner to only pull out every Sunday morning or at Christmas and Easter isn’t good enough.

Jesus Christ, yesterday, today, and forever.

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It’s your Money. Who Do You Want Spending it?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’re less than a month away from choosing a President for the next four years. The photo above is clear and understandable and should make the choice easier.

Money generated for the Federal Government by taxes is YOUR money. It’s not the government’s money. So when our President spends it we want it spent in a manner consistent with our best interests. Lining the pockets of campaign contributors in failed business ventures is a record President Barack Obama cannot hide from. And it is sufficient, in and of itself, to cause you to vote against him.

But voting “against” anyone is often not motivation enough to participate in the process. So examining Mitt Romney and finding him worthy of your vote is important too. The banner posted here gives only a tiny sample of Romney’s great ability at running an organization as its head, or CEO, or President. And since its my money his record of investment is clearly more in line with the type of return I want.

I hope you’ll give fair consideration to this common sense message.

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Obama’s Re-Election Case Rests On 5 Phony Claims – Investors.com

Read this very important article about the economy and why we are where we are:

Obama’s Re-Election Case Rests On 5 Phony Claims – Investors.com.

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