Only So Much Tolerance in the Republican Big Tent
Thomas A. Droleskey
This will be a very brief article as it is after Midnight on Monday, August 27, 2012, the Feast of Saint Joseph Calasanctius and the Commemoration of Saint Hugh of Lincoln, after having written Next Stop On The Motu Madness Merry-Go-Round: 1969 And Beyond.
Two articles last week, Blood Money Talks Loud And Clear and Blood Money Talks Loud And Clear, part two, dealt with the vilification of United States Representative Todd Akin (R-Missouri) following the answer he gave in a response to an interviewer's red-herring question as to why he opposed the surgical slicing and dicing of innocent human babies in cases where a woman has been forcibly assaulted. As has been noted in those two articles last week, Representative Akin could have answered the question somewhat differently, although he really said nothing that has not been said by many other pro-life speakers all across the country for four decades. Representative Akin's opposition to baby-killing in such cases is the only morally correct position to take and his refusal to knuckle under to the efforts on the part of the craven careerists in the Republican Party to quit the race in order that this organized crime family of the naturalist ":right" have a better chance of winning a majority in the United States Senate to keep baby-killing "safe and legal" in the "hard cases" and to nothing about stopping it in others.
United States Senator John Sidney McCain III (R-Arizona), who ran that pathetically incompetent and aimless campaign against United States Senator Barack Hussein Obama (R-Illinois) four years ago, has gone so far as to say that Akin would not be welcomed as a Republican in the United States Senate. I kid you not:
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Sunday that Rep. Todd Akin’s (R-Mo.) recent controversial comments about rape and pregnancy are problematic for the GOP, and that the congressman “would not be welcome by Republicans in the United States Senate.”
“It’s a problem. There is no doubt about that,” McCain said on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” when asked about the impact of Akin’s remarks on the Republican presidential ticket. “Mr. Akin should recognize having the nomination of your party is a privilege and if you abuse that then you are not eligible to keep it. What he said was unacceptable.”
Akin stoked widespread controversy when he said in an interview broadcast last weekend that “legitimate rape” rarely causes pregnancy. Republicans across the country have called for Akin to end his campaign. But the congressman has vowed to stay in the race.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said on CNN’s “State Of The Union” that Akin’s refusal to end his Senate run could imperil Republicans’ chances of taking over the Senate majority in November.
“I think it makes it more difficult,” said Priebus, who echoed other Republicans’ calls for Akin to drop his bid. (Todd Akin Unwelcomed in the United States Senate says John McCain.)
This is your supposedly "lesser of two evils" from 2008, ladies and gentlemen. I hope you were not suckered into giving this career naturalist your money out of fear that Barack Hussein Obama would get elected. McCain is simply of those devils without tails.
Yes, there is only so much "tolerance" in the Republican "big tent."
There is tolerance for United States Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine), a pro-abortion Catholic, in the Senate Republican Caucus.
There is tolerance for United States Senator Mark Kirk (R-Illinois), who is pro-abortion.
There is plenty of tolerance for United States Senator Scott Brown (R-Massachusetts), who is pro-abortion.
There has been tolerance for retiring United States Senator Olympia Snowe (R-Illinois), who is pro-abortion.
There has been tolerance for retiring United States Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas), who is pro-abortion.
There has been plenty of tolerance in the Republican Party of which Reince Priebus is now the national chairman for the likes of former Governors George Elmer Pataki (R-New York, Catholic), Christine Todd Whitman (R-New Jersey), Arnold Schwarzenegger (R-California, Catholic) and Tom Ridge (R-Pennsylvania, Catholic).
There has been plenty of tolerance in the Republican Party for New York City Mayors Rudolph William Giuliani, a Catholic, and his successor, Michael Ruben Bloomberg, who ran as Republican in 2001 and 2005 after being a lifelong Democrat before running for mayor to succeed Giuliani.
There was plenty of tolerance in the Republican Party for United States Representative Rick Lazio (R-New York), a Catholic, when he ran against then First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in 2000. Lazio would have been quite welcomed by Republicans in the United States Senate.
There was plenty of tolerance in the Republican Party for former Los Angeles, California, Mayor Richard Riordan, a Catholic, who is pro-abortion.
There was plenty of tolerance in the Republican Party for former United States Senator Peter Wilson (R-California), who was pro-abortion.
There is currently plenty of tolerance in the Republican Party for Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, a Catholic, who is pro-abortion.
Yes, yes, yes. The Republican Party has been and continues to be very, very, very tolerant of those who support the unrestricted killing of innocent preborn babies in al circumstances without any exception all. Such individuals are not called "extremists." No, they are welcomed because the killing of the innocent preborn, whether by chemical or surgical means, is a "difficult" issue upon which "good people" can "legitimately disagree." After all, there are "more important" things facing the country now, right?
Well, Willard Mitt Romney believes that there are more important issues facing the country, something that he said while condemning the Barack Hussein Obama steamroller express's effort to, using Romney's words, "tie" the Republican Party to the political "pariah" named Todd Akin:
TAMPA, Fla. — His Republican National Convention curtailed by a
threatened hurricane, Mitt Romney conceded Sunday that fresh controversy
over rape and abortion is harming his party and he accused Democrats of
trying to exploit it for political gain.
“It really is sad, isn’t it, with all the issues that America
faces, for the Obama campaign to continue to stoop to such a low level,”
said Romney, struggling to sharpen the presidential election focus
instead on a weak economy and 8.3 percent national unemployment. (Romney Says Akin Has Harmed Republicans.)
Why the "low level" remark, Mittster? Why? Why not "bring it" to the organized crime family of the false opposite of the naturalist "left" and discuss how they use emotional shibboleths to protect the chemical and surgical killing of the innocent preborn in all circumstances? Why not do so?
Well, Willard Mitt Romney doesn't think that the killing of babies, which he himself said he supported from the time that his late mother, Lenore Romney, ran for the United States Senate in Michigan in 1970 until he began preparing for his first presidential campaign in 2007, is any kind of "big deal," certainly no kind of issue that has any connection whatsoever to the material well-being of the nation about which he says he is so committed to improve.
Mind you, this is the same man who believes that his prototype of ObamaCare, RomneyCare, remains one of his greatest public policy achievements, using RomneyCare as the means to defend himself against the charge that he belongs to the "anti-woman" political party of Todd Akin:
Rejecting Democratic efforts to convince voters that Republicans would “wage a war on women” with their policies, Mitt Romney offered an unusual defense of his Massachusetts healthcare plan in an interview that aired Sunday, and offered another condemnation of Missouri Congressman Todd Akin.
Akin created an uproar and major political problem for his party when he made the baseless assertion in an interview last Sunday that after a “legitimate rape,” women have a biological mechanism to prevent a pregnancy.
Asked during an interview with Fox News Sunday about the political consequences Akin’s comment has had for his party, Romney said he believed it was “a terrible statement” on Akin’s part, and called it “uninformed,” “outrageous and offensive.”
“I think I’ve distanced myself from the thing he said as far as I possibly can,” he said, arguing that Democrats were using the statement to cast a shadow on his entire party.
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace asked Romney to respond to the charge from Democrats that their party offers more support and choice in situations of abortion, rape or birth control and women’s health in general.
“With regards to women’s healthcare — look I’m the guy who was able to get healthcare for all the women and men in my state,” Romney said. “They’re just talking about at the federal level. We actually did something and we did it without cutting Medicare and without raising taxes. I’m very proud of what we did and the fact that we helped women, and men and children in our state,” he said pivoting to an attack on Obama’s record on Medicare.
Addressing contraceptives, Romney said he and other Republicans “of course … recognize that people should have a right to use contraceptives. There’s absolutely no validity whatsoever to the Obama effort to try and bring that up.”
Romney has, however, vowed to end federal funding of Planned Parenthood, which, along with other services, provides contraceptives to those who cannot otherwise afford them.
Steering into the issue of abortion, Romney made the case for his opposition to abortion, which he believes should be banned except in the case of rape, incest or when the life of the mother is at risk. (His running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, would outlaw abortion even in cases of rape or incest, though he has said recently that he was “comfortable” with Romney’s position because “it's a good step in the right direction.”)
On abortion, Romney said: “That is something where men and women have alternative views on that, or different views. We look at an issue like that with great seriousness and sobriety and recognize that different people have reached different conclusions,” Romney continued. “But it’s not just men who think one way, women also in many cases are pro-life. There are two lives at stake: the child — the unborn child and the mom — and I care for both of them.”
Earlier in his political career, Romney was a strong advocate of abortion rights. His position switched before his first run for president in 2008. (Romney Defends Self, Party on Assault, Abortion and Women.)
Permit me to introduce you to your "lesser of two evils" in 2012.
See Willard Mitt Romney condemn Todd Akin.
See Willard Mitt Romney boast about RomneyCare, the prototype of ObamaCare.
See Paul Davis Ryan say that the very "exceptions" that paved the way for the decriminalization of surgical baby killing in several states in the 1960s and thus for the American genocide to take place on a nationwide basis following the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States of America in the cases of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, January 22, 1973, are a "step in the right direction." What, Representative Ryan, is this the kind of logic you picked up listening to your "heavy metal" noise?
See Willard Mitt Romney once again state his firm support for the "right" of Americans to use contraceptives, each of which denies the Sovereignty of God over the sanctity and fecundity of marriage and most of which actually kill innocent human beings.
See Willard Mitt Romney parrot Robert Joseph Dole, Jr., George Walker Bush and John Sidney McCain III, saying that "different people have reached different conclusions." Yes, your "pro-life" "champion" of 2012.
Please, please, please. Do not tell me that the movie 2016 should cause us to accept Romney because Obama is so bad and that conditions will be so much more worse in 2016 if he is re-elected on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. You mean to tell me you need a motion picture to inform you that Barack Hussein Obama has a Third World Marxist view on role of the United States of America in the world and the redistribution of wealth here at home as the Federal government arrogates more and more powers unto itself?
Look Willard Mitt Romney's statements above and ask yourselves how "things" will get "better in 2016 with such a man in the White House, a man who believes that Our Blessed Lord an Saviour Jesus Christ and the devil are "spirit brothers," a man who believes that what matters most in the life of a nation is "the money, the money, the money, the money," a man who is a complete and total slave to the policies of the State of Israel.
Once again, believe what you want. Act as you will. Vote as many times as you want as it is, after all, Obama's "Chicago Way."
I will simply keep reminding you all that this is all a gigantic trap that was unleashed by the Protestant Revolution and has been institutionalized by the forces of naturalism that have a vested interest in keeping us agitated over events that have as their only remedy the daily conversion of men and their nations to the sweet yoke of Christ the King as they rely so tenderly upon the loving intercession of Our Lady, she is our Immaculate Queen, especially by means of her Most Holy Rosary.
I will say this, though, to John McCain and Mitt Romney and other careerists: While I pray for your conversion to the true Faith, I have zero tolerance for your naturalist stupidities that are uttered to win votes as you minimize the horror of the killing of the preborn, which is simply one of the many offenses given to the Most Blessed Trinity every day in a land where freedom is indeed a cloak for malice and where a statist such as Obama is bound to prevail as the only thing that can stop him is the fulfillment of Our Lady's Fatima Message by a true pope with all of the world's bishops.
Yes, remember the following and remember it well:
. . . .for there is no true civilization without a moral civilization, and no true moral civilization without the true religion: it is a proven truth, a historical fact. (Pope Saint Pius X, Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910.)
Care to disagree? This statement is either true or it is false. A Catholic should understand and accept that it is true and stop wasting his time worrying about which naturalist or which naturalistic "philosophy" is going to "improve" society. Only Catholicism can improve society as it penetrates into the souls of men. It is really that simple.
We give all to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary. Each Rosary we pray helps us to give honor and glory to the Most Blessed Trinity and to make reparation for our many sins and those of the whole world. We must never look for results. We must only strive to be faithful and to pray as many Rosaries each day as our states in life permit, being ready at all times to make an accounting for our lives before Christ the King, pleading earnestly that Our Mother and Queen of Mercy, Mary Immaculate, will plead for us then, at the hour of our deaths, as she does with every beat of our hearts that should and must beat in unison with her Immaculate Heart and her Divine Son's Most Sacred Heart.
Catholics trust in Our Lady and her Most Holy Rosary and her Fatima Message, not in the "clever" strategies of naturalists who aren't even very good in promoting a consistent form of naturalism.
The twin, matchless Hearts of love that are the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus do not live comfortably with the murder of the preborn. Neither should we. Not once. Never. We do not seek to keep silent about the truths of the Faith to please the false "pontiff." We do not keep silence about the truths of the Faith to aid the naturalists in their further institutionalization of evil under cover of the civil law.
No, we try to plant the seeds as the consecrated slaves of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus through through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary when all men, celebrating the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary as a result of the fulfillment of Our Lady's Fatima Message, will exclaim with jubilation:
Viva Cristo Rey! Vivat Christus Rex!
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!
Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saint Joseph Calasanctius, pray for us.
Saint Hugh of Lincoln, pray for us.
See also: A Litany of Saints
Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?