Every religion has them too. People are human and frail in their morals. But few are as blatant as America's Nancy Pelosi. Few are as adept at hiding behind their religion or their Princilpals when the going gets a little rough. Even when the questions are quite polite.
Pelosi hides behind her religion. She uses it as a public weapon. Her friend Joe Biden does the same But neither is a good Catholic. She is a disgrace to the religion. Pelosi and Biden are a scandal to the Catholics who vote and care.
Am I the one to 'cast the first stone'? I have not and am not throwing stones. But I can make a human judgement about liars even if I do not resort to stoning them. All Adults have a duty to make judgements, especially about ourselves and those that try to lead us astray.
This old Knight had his early years sworn to the Faith and his Monarch. And whilst I suffered for my sins, Pelosi swans around in her personal, taxpayer-provided jet aircraft with its leather seats and cocktail bar despite her far worse sins.
Frankly 30,000 feet is about as high as she is going to get. Heaven is not the likely destination.
(Note: See the video when you follow the link)
Pelosi Bristles at Reporter’s Pro-Life Question, Actually Cites Her Catholicism in Defense of Abortion
Jun. 13, 2013 2:20pm Becket Adams
And it looks like he got her again on Thursday with a question regarding condemned murderer Kermit Gosnell and Rep. Pelosi’s disapproval of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a bill that would prohibit abortions during the final four months of pregnancy (with exceptions for when the life of the mother is at risk).
McCormack asked the California Congresswoman how she reconciles her professed disgust for Gosnell with her condemnation of a bill that would prohibit abortionists from terminating the life of a child moments before birth.
The former House Speaker was not at all pleased with his line of questioning.
“You’re probably enjoying that question a lot, I can see you savoring it,” Pelosi said in response.
“What was done in Philadelphia was reprehensible and everybody condemned it. For [the drafters of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act] to decide to disrespect a judgment a woman makes about her reproductive health is reprehensible.”
“Next question,” she added.
McCormack wasn’t finished: “So what’s the moral difference? I just asked a simple question. … What’s the moral difference then between 26 weeks elective abortion and killing of that same infant born alive?”
“This is not the issue. They are saying that there’s no abortion. It would make it a federal law that there would be no abortion in our country,” she responded.
As mentioned in the above, the bill doesn’t ban “all abortions.”
“As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me when we talk about this,” she added. “This shouldn’t have anything to do with politics.”
There’s absolutely nothing in Catholic doctrine to support Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi’s stance on abortion.
Shortly after Pelosi’s “sacred ground” remarks went viral, The Catholic Association released the following statement:
After witnessing firsthand the atrocious human rights abuses taking place inside America’s late-term abortion clinics it is amazing that this did not touch Nancy Pelosi’s heart.
What we learned from the Gosnell trial and what we understand is going on inside other clinics is not only human rights abuse but it also puts women in harm’s way.
The only difference between the Gosnell “after-birth” abortions and legal late-term abortions is the location of the baby at the time of death.
“And contrary to Pelosi’s extreme claim that the Franks bill is “disrespectful” to women, the majority of women are opposed to late-term abortions according to a recent Gallup poll,” the statement adds.
Just read that bit again: “As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me when we talk about this,” she added. “This shouldn’t have anything to do with politics.”
And her fatuous statement - a Feminist claim: ..to disrespect a judgment a woman makes about her reproductive health....
This 'Reproductive Heath' phrase is straight from the Cultural Marxist Handbook of Deception (Princess of Lies Press).
It is about killing babies.
Knights had a code of Chivalry to protect babies. Even farm-wench's babies.
And to suggest that a choice of a woman (thankfully she didn't run that one up the flagpole as she usually does) should be respected just because she is a woman, is grossly insulting to moral woman everywhere.
A practicing, respectful Catholic abhors abortion in almost every circumstance. It is anti-life.
Indeed, hanging on the wall in the Spirit Bar there is a sign that reads:
Human existence contains only two defining instants,
which are conception and death.
And this is not a matter simply of “religion” but of biology.
All other milestones, no matter how dramatically recognized in society,
amount to transitional phases in the human life cycle.
So despite all of the grandiose but empty oratory,
any individual who does not advocate the defence of all innocent human life
between those two landmarks
is an individual who holds no regard for the sanctity of human life on the whole.
The Catholic Church itself bears some responsibility for Pelosi's attitudes. For too long now there have been too many 'Princes' of the Church more interested in currying favour with feminists and socialists instead of defending the Faith and saving Souls.
It is high time Pelosi was excommunicated. It could be done as a double dissolution along with Biden.