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US priest: Voting for the pro-abort in this election may put ‘your soul…in grave danger’

“God’s mercy is bigger than your sin and your pain.” – Father John Lankeit

We implore you to watch, and read this post in its entirety. As you read, may I suggest you think Christian if you are not Catholic.


LifeSiteNews.com, By Claire Chretien, 10/06/16 –

PHOENIX, Arizona, October 6, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — “Your soul will be in grave danger” if you vote for a candidate and party that are committed to expanding abortion on demand, “especially if you present yourself for Holy Communion after casting such a vote with the full knowledge of what you’re doing,” the rector of the Cathedral of Sts. Simon and Jude said in a homily skewering pro-abortion arguments and informing Catholics of their duty to vote pro-life.

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Open Letter to the Republican Party and GOP Officials

Lynn Baber

Lynn Baber

From LynnBaber.net,  Oct 14, 2013 –

Dear RNC and GOP members of Congress,

Another brave telemarketer for the Republican National Committee (RNC) just gave up. We have NOT made a contribution to the RNC in years, if ever, and we have repeatedly and politely asked to be removed from your telephone list. Your callers never listen.

For the umpteenth time, my dollar cannot give the Republicans in Congress any more power than they already have. All the power in the nation rests in the representative votes cast in the House and Senate. If a GOP official is already in office he or she already has a vote. No amount of money can provide a bigger or more weighty vote.

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That’s the way it is in Grasshopper land ~

Note: Frank Williford is a contributor not the author of this article. The author is unknown –

Something similar to this writing has been around before, but now is the time for a strong reminder, just before election time. Certainly what follows is satirical although some of the analogy is hard to deny. It brings a clear focus to what continual compromise on key issues can produce. Some readers will consider it a poor parody. Others may be offended. To all of them I say “Good!” At least you understand  the message it is delivering.  Now to the story………….

The squirrel has worked hard his whole life, building his house and laying up supplies for his old age when he will no longer be able to effectively engage in the gainful activity that allows him to save. To him this has been a very good year. He has been able to put away more than his normal average savings, which is not surprising, since he is nearing the end of a long journey of increasing knowledge and work experience, the very factors that make his efforts the most productive and valuable.

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