Last week, the king declared it illegal for a large number of Catholic priests to enter upon HIS royal military bases and celebrate mass, which is the central ritual of Catholicism. According to His Majesty’s edict, priests who have been hired as “Contract workers” to minister to the 25% of our military forces who are Catholics were declared non-essential workers, the same as the goat herders who guide their hungry weed-eating animals around some government lands.
With this edict, the king has again reminded us of just how over his head he is as he runs around our house, shredding our Constitution. Contrary to what many in the rank-and-file and pulpits of the Catholic Church believe, King Barack is every bit as much an enemy of the Catholic Church as Henry 8th was.
He has a demonstrable record of reminding us how much he hates Catholics and our doctrines. His royal edict commanding Catholic hospitals to commit abortions is among his most egregious attacks.
Because the king and his courtiers have deluded themselves into believing they would be lauded for sticking their finger in Catholic eyes, he made this attack with dreams of a general outcry of “All Hail the King!” from his subjects. That didn’t happen.
Even his flunkies in the House recoiled from his vicious and blatant attack on the Constitutional rights of those who risk their lives for our safety. The Democrats gladly joined the House Republicans and quietly voted 400 to 1 (a Democrat, of course) to fund the contract priests.
So what did the King accomplish? Those he was playing to, the ones who hate the Church, were disappointed by his inability to command the flunkies to hold fast against the Catholics; and now the Catholic Bishops who helped elect him and pushed Obamacare on us have had their noses rubbed in his hatred for everything they stand for. He could have used them again to break the will of the House conservatives; but now? Not a chance.
The King and his flunkies can’t even hate straight. Vicious, vindictive stunts like this are why we are winning.