You just can't make this stuff up. Georgetown University, a Catholic institution, has invited pro-abortion and ObamaCare contraception mandate architect Kathleen Sebelius to speak at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute commencement ceremony. Sebelius, head of Health and Human Services, is the same woman who took the advice of Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards over Supreme Court precedent when it game to crafting and placing a contraception coverage mandate into ObamaCare. In case you need a reminder, Georgetown is the Catholic university at the center of the contraception mandate controversy which started when 30-year-old feminist activist Sandra Fluke told a Congressional panel birth control was just too expensive and therefore should be paid for and covered by someone else. In other words, Sebelius and Fluke are part of the gang leading the attack on religious freedom and the First Amendment under the guise of "women's health," yet Georgetown is fully embracing her.
Sebelius was also close friends with and defended partial birth abortion doctor George Tiller.
It seems the Catholic Church needs to inform its universities that they can't have socially liberal policy positions and their outrage over immoral mandates, too.
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