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Saturday, March 28, 2009



I am truly ashamed that I was ever a Democrat. Thanks to God that I am no longer complicit in this party's evil.


I was astonished to find out that they actually gave an award with that woman's name on it. What a wretched honor... you'd think they'd try to hide the eugenicist legacy rather than hand out awards that broadcast it.

On the the question concerning Our Lady of Guadalupe, I think Ms. Clinton gets a pass... she's guilty of some illiteracy, but no disrespect I don't think. I would have loved to see the look on everyone's face when she asked the question!


Personally,I think that her remark about The Image of Oyur Lady was a calculated insult.
She[Hillary] knows damn well that the Image was miraculously created.
She's jabbing at the Faith of all Catholics.

God help us.


M. L. Hearing

"calculated insult" . . . maybe. Clinton and her kind have no room for the supernatural in their world--because that would take a huge chunk of control away from them. And, make no mistake, they want to control evrything.

M. L. Hearing


"Who painted it?"
That's a joke, isn't it? I thought it was the winning entry in the caption call Patrick Madrid is running on his blog.


Oh, give me a break. There's no reason not to give her the benefit of the doubt. And while she's no Catholic, she's certainly a religious person and a Christian. There's plenty to disagree with her about, but she's far from guilty of having "no room for the supernatural" in her world. That's just silly. There are plenty of secularist or atheist liberals out there, but being a liberal doesn't make you an opponent of religion.

Lorraine Shelstad

I think it was an comment made in ingnorance not a calculated insult. After all she also thought (on her visit to Europe) that the USA is the world's oldest democracy!

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