Nov 7, 2010

After the elections, the good, the bad and the ugly: Chaput, Obama and Pelosi.

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After the elections, the dust settled, the darkness has been dispelled by light and everything is out in the open.  Politics brought out the best and worst.  What follows is a stark revelation where light shined more brightly when contrasted with darkness or the dark becomes apparent when juxtaposed with the light.  A seemingly normal comment by one becomes diabolical when put in context with another's.

Despite the Church's contradiction to Obama's policies, the community sees him as an opponent in the public square but not as a enemy.   Archbishop Chaput cautioned pro-lifers against hating their adversaries. “Our adversary is an opponent, but never our "enemy." Our enemy is the Evil One,” he said.  Please read Archbishop Chaput's message about the current state of the pro-life efforts in the US.   Click here for speech or type
On the other hand, Obama, who claims to be a Christian too, branded his opponents as enemies deserving of punishment. (Speaking of which, he also considers an unexpected child as a punishment (another enemy?)  deserving of death by abortion.) By his words, he has unmasked himself i.e. that is not WWJD.

President Obama said, "If the Latino community decides to sit out this election, then there will be fewer votes and it will be less likely to get done," Obama said on the "Piolín por la Mañana" program on Univision Radio...."And if Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, we're gonna punish our enemies and we're gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us, if they don't see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it's gonna be harder - and that's why I think it's so important that people focus on voting on November 2,"

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