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Catholics Won't Go Quietly

ManimalCrackers Wrote: May 22, 2012 2:38 AM
Because not everyone who claims the title of "Christian" really IS one. Lots of folks may claim to be something, but their lives and actions reveal otherwise (for example: people who call themselves "Catholic" just because their families/ancestors were "Catholic"). I like to call them lower-case "christianists" who practice lower-case "christianism." They don and doff their faith like a smoking jacket, whenever it is convenient. I have a feeling that support for Obama among REAL Christians is quite low.
binc Wrote: May 22, 2012 6:56 AM
They are called CINOs-catholics in name only. They'll go to confession in order to feel all warm and fuzzy about themselves but will strictly vote their wallets whether those votes contradict the church's beliefs or not.
Perfect5th Wrote: May 22, 2012 3:15 AM
It occurs to me that these bottom feeding liberals would even attempt to stir up the church leadership and then accuse them of violating their beloved "separation of church and state" myth, and claiming the Catholic vote is not valid.

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