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As Catholics Go, So Goes the Nation

Bran13 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 9:07 AM
"A Gallup survey in early May found Catholic voters evenly split for Obama and Romney, though white Catholics who identified themselves as "mostly" or "moderately" religious favor Romney and the nonreligious support Obama." How does any Christian - catholic or protestant - self identify as "mostly", "moderately", or "non" religious?
Greg22 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 10:21 AM
Therein lies the problem. Revelation 3:16 warns of being found "Lukewarm" in your faith. I think those descriptions fit in the lukewarm category. Going to be some disappointed "quasi-christians" (yes small c, not big C).
MG formerly minnesotagrandma Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 10:16 AM
Catholics and Jews identify as such even if they don't practice the faith. You would not hear a Lutheran who does not practice say he was Lutheran. It would be more like I was raised Lutheran or used to be Lutheran. I don't know why that is but it is. Give a very distorted view of Catholics though. I can't think of even one in our Church who will vote for Obama. BUT I do live in a small rural town so as someone said it is the metrocrats who will be more likely to disregard church leadership and pull the handle for death.
traitorbill Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 10:15 AM
Moral relativism.

Only 25% of Catholics attend Mass regularly on Sunday.

Worry about eroding religious freedom could sway Catholic voters further away from President Barack Obama, and the Catholic voting bloc typically predicts the winner in presidential elections.

Yet, as conservatives continue to pound Obama in ads geared toward the faithful, some Catholics who care about the president's slip in polls plan to campaign for him on social media sites. Both sides, campaign strategists say, are trying to secure the important vote.

"Catholic voters are a critical and crucial part of winning the election," said Burns Strider, a Washington-based strategist the Democrats brought on to hold Catholic and evangelical voters after the...