Finally, some genuinely good news has come out of Washington.
Catholic conservatives, longing for someone to stand up to King Barack’s continued trampling on our religious rights, have finally found a champion to stand up to him.
Thus far, our Catholic bishops have smiled and kowtowed to abortionist Democrats who have laughed at their admonishments to be better Catholics. This has finally come to an end. Bishop Donald Wuerl, the head of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington D.C., has found his “inner St. Michael” and decided to fight back against the constant anti Catholic attacks from King Barack.
Arguing that the Obama Administration has “engaged in a “conscious political strategy to marginalize and delegitimize Catholic religious views on contraception by holding them up for ridicule on the national stage,” Bishop Wuerl has signaled that he has had enough.
No one who watches the movements of the Catholic Church should be surprised. Bishop Wuerl was appointed to lead the Diocese of Washington by former Pope Benedict XVI. He was sent to do a job, and that job is to defend Catholic teachings. It is not merely happenstance that he is where he is.
The suit is based on the question of whether or not the king can force the archdiocese or any other Catholic institution to offer contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs to their employees as part of employee medical coverage. This points directly to the Catholic in Name Only (CINO) Kathleen Sebelius, whose appointment as the Secretary of Health and Human Services was made deliberately to divide actual Catholics from non-practicing CINOs and batter the American Catholic Church into submission to the king’s will.
In the “discovery” stage of this suit’s progress, CINO Sebelius will be forced to defend her remarks made at a NARAL PRO-CHOICE America fundraiser. Taunting the nation’s Catholic bishops, Sebelius said, “Wouldn’t you think that people who want to reduce the number of abortions would champion the cause of widely affordable contraceptive services? Not so much.’”
This could grease the skids and speed this evil witch’s departure. That’s a good thing, a very good thing.
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