Saturday, December 22, 2007

The Clergy and the Presidency

Clinton and Obama, who are both in favor of abortion and LGBT rights, have received the most clergy cash. Slightly ironic. They must be getting that money from ultra liberal sects.


  1. Nobody cares about the church anymore. I am Catholic, I follow the religion and such, but no one is seriously supposed to be fanatical about it anymore. It is old news, centuries too old. Just because someone is pro abortion does not make them a heretic, and just because someone is anti abortion does not make them a holy roller.

  2. Mogni, you are spending way too much time on the Etudiant. Perhaps, a little bit more than I am. That is a lot. I appreciate your support and your allocation of time spent while bored.

    There is a difference between being fanatical about religion and following religion. I don't want to get into the whole entire issue again, but abortion is condemned as murder. Being pro-choice is condoning murder and blah, blah, blah.

  3. No it isn't. The baby hasn't developed a frontal lobe yet, so it does not have the higher functions of a human, therefore, it is not human yet and not living. If it has to be dependent on a host, then it is not living. Furthermore, I don't really care for it, but I have no problem with people choosing differently.

  4. Like I said I am not getting into the issue again.


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