Friday, February 10, 2012

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished -- Screw You Fake Catholics At Vox Nova

Warning: Please excuse the language but I am on fire and ticked off. 

Being nice just comes back to bite you in the a$$ when you deal with progressives. Even progressive Catholics. They claim to be Catholic Firsters but...... they SUCK at it really bad when they start sh*t in a discussion on Vox Nova after I was kind enough to repost Mark Gordon's post on Catholibertarian. It is impossible for them to disagree without accusing you of being a Republican first, not a Catholic first. It is impossible for them to have civil disagreements. I will never.... again... try to be nice to people who can't be nice and have a civil conversation in return.  Yes, I returned fire after dealing with their crap filled with lies. Screw their claim of moral superiority. The only thing there morally superior to is dirt. I am fed up. I trashed the post that I had reposted.  The garbage belonged in the trash.  Any blog who defends the Obamacare nun, Sr. Keehan, is no friend to Catholicism.  She went against the bishops authority and lied about Obamacare not having abortion coverage. Obamacare does have abortion coverage.  All of those who claim to be Catholic on Vox Nova, especially Mark Gordon, need serious prayers for their conversions of heart. SCREW YOU VOX NOVA YOU BUNCH OF IMMORAL SCUMBUCKETS!!!!


Opus #6 said...

T, I am praying for Catholics and other religious people at this time of atheist and muslim challenge. Good and evil are always at war, today more than ever.

Robert Janicki said...

Obamacare is fundamentally an attack on freedom and liberty and because of that it is an attack on all people of faith and even those with no faith.

The Catholic vote is what contributed to Obama's victory in 2008. (I am a self estranged Presbyterian. I left the church, not because of any conflict with its theology but with its patent political liberalism in its ruling hierarchy, as evidenced by its pro Palestinian and anti Israel positions.)

I understand why so many Catholics may have voted for Obama in 2008 and that rests with their compassion for their fellow man.

But, it's not through government that compassion is expressed. It is expressed through individuals and their social institutions, such as the Catholic Church possesses in its many endeavors beyond the Church.

Catholics put their faith in a man in 2008, when they should have put their faith firmly behind the teachings of their church and its exercise of compassion through its many social institutions.

We can only hope and pray that many of these same Catholics will see the light on November 6th and renew their faith in the Church and its ability to satisfy their needs for compassion toward their fellow man, because it won't be achieved through Obama or any other politician.

amanofwonder said...

Go Girl!

I hear Yah.

Sergeant D Honored Veteran said...

You share the views of most of us in the conservative blogosphere.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

The libs sneak into everything, then expect everyone to share their views. This is why the AARP can kiss my A$$ to name one.

Amusing Bunni said...

Amen to that, Teresa!

Anyone who would pick o over GOD and the teachings are liars and why bother with them. You said it, NO good deed goes unpunished.

Leticia said...

Awesome, Teresa! You cannot have two Gods and there is no such thing as being lukewarm you are either for what the bible teaches or not. There is no middle road.

It is high time people start realizing that.

Matt said...

Well said Teresa! Don't be afraid to speak the truth.