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(The Hill)   "If Obama continues to lose Catholics by the margin the Pew poll suggests, that means he could lose the key swing states of Florida, Ohio, Colorado and Iowa"   (thehill.com) divider line 394
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2012-04-24 12:01:02 PM  

RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.


And if the Republicans stand for anything, its for a better economy* and greater access to healthcare**.

*Tax cuts for the wealthy
**Less regulations for wealthy businesses
 
2012-04-24 12:01:07 PM  
What is the number of votes Romney is losing to Catholics?
 
2012-04-24 12:02:58 PM  

ginandbacon: GAT_00: And yet I keep hearing that Catholics here are progressive and don't listen to Rome.

You're as bad as the Fundies.

Don't confuse the Bishops with the laity.


The bishops only prosper and succeed because the laity support them. You want people to not confuse the two? Maybe the laity should do the talking with their feet like many did after the revelations of how widespread and legitimate the allegations of kidfarking by priests were.
 
2012-04-24 12:03:46 PM  

Jake Havechek: Fark you, ya farkin' mackerel snapping bead mumblers.


LOL. That's hilarious.

/Catholic. Voting Obama...unless it turns out he's a Reptloid. Then it's a coin flip.
 
2012-04-24 12:03:51 PM  

Urbn: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

Yes, keep going with this. It's a winner. The GOP should totally keep pushing anti-women's health and reproductive rights legislation all across the country while touting their ZERO accomplishments and almost complete avoidance of dealing with the country's economy over the last few years.


I dont think "free birth control for all" is gonna win it for Barry O this round. Too much circus and not enough bread.
 
2012-04-24 12:04:07 PM  

RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.


i13.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-24 12:04:36 PM  

EWreckedSean: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Diogenes: In late January, priests in scores of churches across the country read letters from the pulpit urging congregants to contact members of Congress to oppose the new rule.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

And speaking of encroachment.

When do these political organizations lose their tax exempt status?

As soon as the free amendment is over turned.


Which amendment is tax exemption guaranteed under?
 
2012-04-24 12:05:06 PM  
You know what is losing Catholics faster than Obama?

The Catholic Church.
 
2012-04-24 12:05:10 PM  

GAT_00: And yet I keep hearing that Catholics here are progressive and don't listen to Rome.

You're as bad as the Fundies.


Hey, a bigot!
 
2012-04-24 12:05:48 PM  
They didn't care when Republicans did it,

But now, suddenly, it is an issue for them when a Democrat is president. I'm not sure how this can be labeled as anything BUT politics from the pulpit. It really does deserve scrutiny over their tax exempt status.
 
2012-04-24 12:06:04 PM  

Animatronik: Urbn: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

Yes, keep going with this. It's a winner. The GOP should totally keep pushing anti-women's health and reproductive rights legislation all across the country while touting their ZERO accomplishments and almost complete avoidance of dealing with the country's economy over the last few years.

I dont think "free birth control for all" is gonna win it for Barry O this round. Too much circus and not enough bread.


Good thing that isn't what anyone is running on. Paying for health insurance =/= getting stuff for free
 
2012-04-24 12:06:09 PM  
I truly feel sorry for liberal Catholics having to tolerate the politicization of their beliefs by their leadership. It's also a great lesson in why Protestantism was born...
 
2012-04-24 12:06:13 PM  
If religious organizations want to ensure that their employees don't have access to evil birth control, they should simply stop giving out paychecks. I have done some research and this seems like the best way to handle the religious organization's "no baby problem". However, no research was done to discover any negative effects, so don't blame me if something bad happens.
 
2012-04-24 12:06:22 PM  

EWreckedSean: As soon as the free amendment is over turned.


wut?

If you're attempting to state that we would have to overturn the 1st amendment which gives us freedom of speech and freedom from the establishment of a state religion and the right to worship as we see fit in order to tax the businesses called churches, then you're a moron.
 
2012-04-24 12:06:44 PM  
Democrats want voters this year to focus on what they have branded a war on women, but the flip side of the debate - the so-called war on religion - is not going away anytime soon.

That's a nice way of admitting that religion is often anti-woman.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

"It's not just Catholics that are against the contraception mandate. I think you'll see a lot more people troubled by this. If this goes through, there's no stopping what's next," he said. "It's all about all the religious freedom issues, from putting God into the Pledge of Allegiance to putting 'In God we trust' on money."


Isn't forcing God into secular activity the OPPOSITE of religious freedom?
 
2012-04-24 12:06:57 PM  
Why do people still take these kid-farkers seriously?
 
2012-04-24 12:07:35 PM  

Lsherm: GAT_00: And yet I keep hearing that Catholics here are progressive and don't listen to Rome.

You're as bad as the Fundies.

Hey, a bigot!


"Darn these people who are intolerant of our intolerance!!!"
 
2012-04-24 12:08:01 PM  

I alone am best: Why would they have to pay taxes? The church can mess with the government all they want. I was unaware that they were bound by the constitution to stay out of it. Oh wait, they are not bound by constitutional limitations where the government is.


Where in the Constitution does it say churches are guaranteed tax exempt status no matter what they do?
 
2012-04-24 12:08:04 PM  

Animatronik: Urbn: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

Yes, keep going with this. It's a winner. The GOP should totally keep pushing anti-women's health and reproductive rights legislation all across the country while touting their ZERO accomplishments and almost complete avoidance of dealing with the country's economy over the last few years.

I dont think "free birth control for all" is gonna win it for Barry O this round. Too much circus and not enough bread.



So, do you realize "free birth control" is basically the same as "less welfare recipients" and "less emergency room costs passed on to the taxpayer" or are you purposefully obtuse?
 
2012-04-24 12:08:58 PM  

Car_Ramrod: "It's all about all the religious freedom issues, from putting God into the Pledge of Allegiance to putting 'In God we trust' on money."

Isn't forcing God into secular activity the OPPOSITE of religious freedom?


No no no. You don't get it. It's freedom OF religion, not freedom FROM religion!tm

/sarcasm
//bitter, bitter sarcasm
 
2012-04-24 12:09:05 PM  
Some activists expect civil disobedience, which could lead to powerful images of priests and nuns being led away in hand restraints.

No need to get disobedient. You can just be standing there.

30.media.tumblr.com

Or sitting there.

www.astrochicks.com

I'm sure the Catholics will experience the same reponse.
 
2012-04-24 12:09:09 PM  

Animatronik: Urbn: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

Yes, keep going with this. It's a winner. The GOP should totally keep pushing anti-women's health and reproductive rights legislation all across the country while touting their ZERO accomplishments and almost complete avoidance of dealing with the country's economy over the last few years.

I dont think "free birth control for all" is gonna win it for Barry O this round. Too much circus and not enough bread.


I also notice you didn't touch on the lack of accomplishments for the GOP on the economy front so I'm glad to see we're in agreement there. ;)

Also, limiting access to birth control is far from the only GOP attack against women's healthcare/reproductive rights over the last 2 years.
 
2012-04-24 12:10:10 PM  

Car_Ramrod: Democrats want voters this year to focus on what they have branded a war on women, but the flip side of the debate - the so-called war on religion - is not going away anytime soon.

That's a nice way of admitting that religion is often anti-woman.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

"It's not just Catholics that are against the contraception mandate. I think you'll see a lot more people troubled by this. If this goes through, there's no stopping what's next," he said. "It's all about all the religious freedom issues, from putting God into the Pledge of Allegiance to putting 'In God we trust' on money."

Isn't forcing God into secular activity the OPPOSITE of religious freedom?


Free to promote their brand of Jesus-osity. America is a Christian nation, right?

// just don't ask what brand of Jesus we stock the larder with
 
2012-04-24 12:10:24 PM  

Lord_Baull: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.


If you were really concerned about contraception as a health care issue you'd be pushing for free condoms, because that's the only part of this discussion that relates to health.

You're not really interested un health care in this issue and neither is Sebelius. Its just politics in the Democratic Party in an election year.
 
2012-04-24 12:10:34 PM  

qorkfiend: EWreckedSean: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Diogenes: In late January, priests in scores of churches across the country read letters from the pulpit urging congregants to contact members of Congress to oppose the new rule.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

And speaking of encroachment.

When do these political organizations lose their tax exempt status?

As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

Which amendment is tax exemption guaranteed under?


The first. It was common law long before churches had to be 501c3 orginizations which only happened in the mid 50's.
 
2012-04-24 12:10:53 PM  

Urbn: He's not going to lose Colorado. I know we have some anti-tax crusaders and the religious nutters around the Springs, but they are not a majority in this state (not that we're majority libby-lib either, mind you). Most people here are sick of the social conservatives - we're a practical people who don't have a lot of patience for this much shenanigans and nosing into everyone's personal business. Witness the slaughter at the polls the last few times they've introduced Personhood as a ballot initiative, for example.


You're right. As a native Coloradan, I would be perfectly happy if Colorado Springs and Grand Junction would just secede and form their own little Jesusland enclaves.
 
2012-04-24 12:12:18 PM  
Anyone against the use of contraception for 'moral' reasons, needs to get new morals.
 
2012-04-24 12:12:48 PM  

Animatronik: Lord_Baull: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

If you were really concerned about contraception as a health care issue you'd be pushing for free condoms, because that's the only part of this discussion that relates to health.

You're not really interested un health care in this issue and neither is Sebelius. Its just politics in the Democratic Party in an election year.


You're right, the Democratic Party was completely unprepared to fight a battle they won in the 1960s.
 
2012-04-24 12:12:49 PM  

I alone am best: qorkfiend: EWreckedSean: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Diogenes: In late January, priests in scores of churches across the country read letters from the pulpit urging congregants to contact members of Congress to oppose the new rule.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

And speaking of encroachment.

When do these political organizations lose their tax exempt status?

As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

Which amendment is tax exemption guaranteed under?

The first. It was common law long before churches had to be 501c3 orginizations which only happened in the mid 50's.


Please quote the part of said amendment you refer to that says what you think it says.
 
2012-04-24 12:13:05 PM  
This is one of the reasons Biden is VP. He connects well to blue collar rank and file Catholics, believe it or not.
 
2012-04-24 12:13:09 PM  

downpaymentblues: I alone am best: Why would they have to pay taxes? The church can mess with the government all they want. I was unaware that they were bound by the constitution to stay out of it. Oh wait, they are not bound by constitutional limitations where the government is.

Where in the Constitution does it say churches are guaranteed tax exempt status no matter what they do?


In the first amendment. Jeffersons letter to the Danbury baptists and the intent of the amendment to be "separation of church and state."
 
2012-04-24 12:13:29 PM  

chaoswolf: EWreckedSean: As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

wut?

If you're attempting to state that we would have to overturn the 1st amendment which gives us freedom of speech and freedom from the establishment of a state religion and the right to worship as we see fit in order to tax the businesses called churches, then you're a moron.


1st amendment, and yes. As soon as you start taxing churches, you've violated the free exercise clause.
 
2012-04-24 12:13:39 PM  
The poll in question:
http://www.pewforum.org/Politics-and-Elections/more-see-too-much-reli g ious-talk-by-politicians.aspx?src=prc-headline

I assume there was no link in TFA since the actual results of the poll contradict the story.

Oh Noes, only 42% of catholics think the administration is 'friendly' towards religion, compared to 25% who thinks it is "unfriendly." That means President Obama has a mere mere 17% margin. How will Obama survive?

/Also, that poll found that 54% of americans thoyught that "Churches should keep out of political matters".
 
2012-04-24 12:14:05 PM  

Animatronik: Lord_Baull: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

If you were really concerned about contraception as a health care issue you'd be pushing for free condoms, because that's the only part of this discussion that relates to health.


LOL, this guy is running with "contraception has nothing to do with health!" line. Good times, good times.

BTW, why would anyone need to fight for free condoms? You can already get free condoms everywhere.
 
2012-04-24 12:14:09 PM  

Jake Havechek: To: Steve Schulin; Gelato; BlackElk

Mitt Romney's role, should he be elected, is to consolidate the socialist gains of Barack Obama, and to secure the gains of the sodomite lobby as well. Including in our military.

4 posted on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 11:27:59 AM by EternalVigilance ('A man with God is always in the majority.' -- John Knox)
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These people have some serious mental problems don't they? Do they seriously expect Romney to do what he says after being elected given his floundering on every.single.issue. It's almost like they don't understand that politicians say anything to get elected then go and do whatever the fark they want after. The republican(yes both sides are the bad) mind is like a perpetual motion device driven by buyers remorse.
 
2012-04-24 12:14:20 PM  

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: I alone am best: qorkfiend: EWreckedSean: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Diogenes: In late January, priests in scores of churches across the country read letters from the pulpit urging congregants to contact members of Congress to oppose the new rule.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

And speaking of encroachment.

When do these political organizations lose their tax exempt status?

As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

Which amendment is tax exemption guaranteed under?

The first. It was common law long before churches had to be 501c3 orginizations which only happened in the mid 50's.

Please quote the part of said amendment you refer to that says what you think it says.


"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;"
 
2012-04-24 12:14:48 PM  

EWreckedSean: chaoswolf: EWreckedSean: As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

wut?

If you're attempting to state that we would have to overturn the 1st amendment which gives us freedom of speech and freedom from the establishment of a state religion and the right to worship as we see fit in order to tax the businesses called churches, then you're a moron.

1st amendment, and yes. As soon as you start taxing churches, you've violated the free exercise clause.


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2012-04-24 12:15:13 PM  

Urbn: Animatronik: Urbn: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

Yes, keep going with this. It's a winner. The GOP should totally keep pushing anti-women's health and reproductive rights legislation all across the country while touting their ZERO accomplishments and almost complete avoidance of dealing with the country's economy over the last few years.

I dont think "free birth control for all" is gonna win it for Barry O this round. Too much circus and not enough bread.

I also notice you didn't touch on the lack of accomplishments for the GOP on the economy front so I'm glad to see we're in agreement there. ;)

Also, limiting access to birth control is far from the only GOP attack against women's healthcare/reproductive rights over the last 2 years.


This isnt about access and you know it.

Its about King Obamas Edict That All Shall Pay for Womens Hormonal Birth Control and Next Day Abortions.

So it is written and so it shall be done.


/ I doubt we agree on anything; not evn th imprtance of vwels.
 
2012-04-24 12:15:53 PM  
Weird...I would have thought they would vote for the Christian candidate.
 
2012-04-24 12:15:57 PM  

EWreckedSean: 1st amendment, and yes. As soon as you start taxing churches, you've violated the free exercise clause.


You CANNOT be serious. Dare I ask how you reached that conclusion? Or do you have the same GED in Law as our resident legal expert clown?
 
2012-04-24 12:16:01 PM  

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: I alone am best: qorkfiend: EWreckedSean: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Diogenes: In late January, priests in scores of churches across the country read letters from the pulpit urging congregants to contact members of Congress to oppose the new rule.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

And speaking of encroachment.

When do these political organizations lose their tax exempt status?

As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

Which amendment is tax exemption guaranteed under?

The first. It was common law long before churches had to be 501c3 orginizations which only happened in the mid 50's.

Please quote the part of said amendment you refer to that says what you think it says.


Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

How about all of it? But mostly the bolded. See Thomas Jefferson's letter to the Danbury baptists and 200 years of supreme court decisions.
 
2012-04-24 12:16:03 PM  

Car_Ramrod: Democrats want voters this year to focus on what they have branded a war on women, but the flip side of the debate - the so-called war on religion - is not going away anytime soon.

That's a nice way of admitting that religion is often anti-woman.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

"It's not just Catholics that are against the contraception mandate. I think you'll see a lot more people troubled by this. If this goes through, there's no stopping what's next," he said. "It's all about all the religious freedom issues, from putting God into the Pledge of Allegiance to putting 'In God we trust' on money."

Isn't forcing God into secular activity the OPPOSITE of religious freedom?



You're still perfectly able to worship the Jesus of your choice.
 
2012-04-24 12:16:55 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: Animatronik: Lord_Baull: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

If you were really concerned about contraception as a health care issue you'd be pushing for free condoms, because that's the only part of this discussion that relates to health.

LOL, this guy is running with "contraception has nothing to do with health!" line. Good times, good times.

BTW, why would anyone need to fight for free condoms? You can already get free condoms everywhere.


Seriously. Plus, you don't need a doctor's visit and a prescription to get a condom.
 
2012-04-24 12:18:16 PM  

Animatronik: Urbn: Animatronik: Urbn: RandomExcess: Liberals fail to realize that women in the US care about the economy and health care and are not as concerned with contraception and funded childcare.

Yes, keep going with this. It's a winner. The GOP should totally keep pushing anti-women's health and reproductive rights legislation all across the country while touting their ZERO accomplishments and almost complete avoidance of dealing with the country's economy over the last few years.

I dont think "free birth control for all" is gonna win it for Barry O this round. Too much circus and not enough bread.

I also notice you didn't touch on the lack of accomplishments for the GOP on the economy front so I'm glad to see we're in agreement there. ;)

Also, limiting access to birth control is far from the only GOP attack against women's healthcare/reproductive rights over the last 2 years.

This isnt about access and you know it.

Its about King Obamas Edict That All Shall Pay for Womens Hormonal Birth Control and Next Day Abortions.

So it is written and so it shall be done.


/ I doubt we agree on anything; not evn th imprtance of vwels.


Keep going with this. It's good. It's sure to win the hearts and minds of swing voters, independents (the real ones, not the Fark ones), and even liberals this November!
 
2012-04-24 12:18:37 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: Some activists expect civil disobedience, which could lead to powerful images of priests and nuns being led away in hand restraints.

No need to get disobedient. You can just be standing there.

[30.media.tumblr.com image 300x300]

Or sitting there.

[www.astrochicks.com image 379x337]

I'm sure the Catholics will experience the same reponse.


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media.salon.com

But those girls and veterans had it coming.
 
2012-04-24 12:19:06 PM  

Animatronik: If you were really concerned about contraception as a health care issue you'd be pushing for free condoms, because that's the only part of this discussion that relates to health.

You're not really interested un health care in this issue and neither is Sebelius. Its just politics in the Democratic Party in an election year.



a) thank you for telling me what I'm thinking, without Fox News, I'm lost.
b) The Democratic Party did not bring contraception to the political forefront. The GOP did.
c) Thinking women's contraception is not a health issues just shows me how ignorant you are on the topic. Next you'll be telling me evolution turns fish into monkeys.
 
2012-04-24 12:19:44 PM  
TRUE Christians don't believe in that "health care for all" nonsense. Just like Jesus said, stop being a lazy welfare leech and get a job!
 
2012-04-24 12:22:15 PM  

I alone am best: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: I alone am best: qorkfiend: EWreckedSean: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Diogenes: In late January, priests in scores of churches across the country read letters from the pulpit urging congregants to contact members of Congress to oppose the new rule.

Larry Cirignano, a Catholic activist, said evangelical groups such as the Christian Coalition had sent out direct mail to raise money to push back against the Obama administration.

And speaking of encroachment.

When do these political organizations lose their tax exempt status?

As soon as the free amendment is over turned.

Which amendment is tax exemption guaranteed under?

The first. It was common law long before churches had to be 501c3 orginizations which only happened in the mid 50's.

Please quote the part of said amendment you refer to that says what you think it says.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

How about all of it? But mostly the bolded. See Thomas Jefferson's letter to the Danbury baptists and 200 years of supreme court decisions.


Laws that carve out a special exemption for a religious organization actually run counter to the idea of the First Amendment, by respecting an establishment of religion.

How does removing tax-exempt status "prohibit the free exercise [of religion]"? Note the bolded word.
 
2012-04-24 12:22:45 PM  

EWreckedSean: Please quote the part of said amendment you refer to that says what you think it says.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;"



Bwahahahahahahaaaaa! So, because the gov't can't establish a religion, and persons can worship anyone they choose, that makes it illegal to tax a church business. Tard.
 
2012-04-24 12:22:48 PM  

turbidum: ginandbacon: GAT_00: And yet I keep hearing that Catholics here are progressive and don't listen to Rome.

You're as bad as the Fundies.

Don't confuse the Bishops with the laity.

The bishops only prosper and succeed because the laity support them. You want people to not confuse the two? Maybe the laity should do the talking with their feet like many did after the revelations of how widespread and legitimate the allegations of kidfarking by priests were.


Look, I'm not Catholic. I am in fact an atheist. But I've worked a lot in politics and the one thing I know is that you really can't take whatever statement the USCCB releases as any indication of how Catholics will vote. They don't obey the way that hardcore white evangelicals do. They will vote for candidates who are so far to the left they make Italian Communist Party leaders look like members of the John Birch Society. The Bishops have power because Rome grants it to the most conservative (male) leaders. One of the things the Church has always struggled with is the complete disconnect between leadership and adherents on social issues. If the GOP wants to get in bed with the Bishops, I say go for it! It will only benefit progressives in the end, just like most of their disastrous decisions in the last few months.
 
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