Lying Worthless Political Hack Drops Pinch of Incense on Emperor’s Altar

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In a move that will come as no surprise to anyone who has paid the slightest attention to her political career, former Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, or as I affectionately refer to her, the Lying Worthless Political Hack, indicated yesterday that she values her loyalty to her President far more than any loyalty to her Church:

 

QUESTION:

“The administration has issued a regulation that will require all healthcare plans to cover sterilization and all FDA approved contraceptives including those that induce abortions. This will force Catholic individuals and institutions to act against their consciences. All across the nation..”

PELOSI:

“Is this a speech or do we have a question disguised as speech?”

QUESTION:

We cannot and will not comply with this law.

Will you stand with your fellow Catholics in opposing this law?

PELOSI:

I’m going to stand with my fellow Catholics in supporting the administration on this. I think it was a very courageous decision that they made and I support it.

 Other moments of shame for the Lying Worthless Political Hack:

21 Responses to Lying Worthless Political Hack Drops Pinch of Incense on Emperor’s Altar

  • Phillip says:

    “And the difference between Livia Drusilla Julia Augusta, Uxor Augusti Caesaris et Mater Imperii Romani, and Nasty Pelosi is???????????????”

    Botox.

  • PM says:

    Emperor very happy to see her also sustain burns with her ‘fellow’ Catholics and watch the smoke billow.
    Takes her to Catholic ER he threatened during this their year of allotment for burn treatment.
    Finds long waiting line for prerequisite, sincere conscience examination, then finds out about the repentance area before treatment. Not easy for Emperor to stop in this place – no one burning incense for Emperor.
    Has fund raiser party waiting, and then thinks scarring fine. Always someone to burn incense back at the party.
    They get out of line, blow the scene, and go to party.

  • Jay Anderson says:

    “I’m going to stand with my fellow Catholics in supporting the administration on this.”

    The Bishops have to do something about this PRONTO. The fact that she claims to be speaking as a Catholic and on behalf of Catholics in supporting the HHS mandate makes this so much worse than the usual thumb in the eye the Church receives from the pro-abort “Catholic” contingent in government.

  • “In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, when you are gathered together, along with my spirit, with the power of our Lord Jesus Christ, deliver such a one to Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that his [her] spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus.” 1st Corinthians 5:4-5

  • Pinky says:

    Jay – Yes. There’s a huge difference between an “I’m a Catholic but” and an “I’m a Catholic and” formulation. This statement used the latter, and if only for clarity’s sake some official has to denounce it.

  • Dale Price says:

    The Bishops have to do something about this PRONTO. The fact that she claims to be speaking as a Catholic and on behalf of Catholics in supporting the HHS mandate makes this so much worse than the usual thumb in the eye the Church receives from the pro-abort “Catholic” contingent in government.

    Actually, it starts with Sibelius, who is gladly leading Obama’s Kulturkampf. If she’s not going to repent, she must be excommunicated. If not, then all the press releases are so much confetti and bluster.

    This is *the* defining moment. If this doesn’t prompt stern corrective action, then we have reached a breaking point. Are they up to it?

    I have my doubts.

  • G-Veg says:

    Wherever else we disagree, I am completely with you on this one.

    It may be politic to quietly acknowledge that a public figure has excommunicated themselves by their actions but failure to call them out on it leads down a terrible road. Uncatechized Catholics are likely to be confused by the silence – concluding that Pelosi’s and Sibelius’ positions and actions are in accord with the faith.

    The time for quiet is past.

    Will the bishops stand up and be counted?

  • Pinky says:

    Is this something for the bishops – plural – to respond to? Even the best committee can rarely do more than draft a very good text in reply. People live in specific dioceses, under their local bishop and the Bishop of Rome.

  • tom says:

    Sad. I lament to think what the dread day of Judgment will be like for faithless Catholics like this.

    And, as always, we wait in expectation of her bishop doing something to address the scandal that is Nancy Pelosi.

  • “The dogmas of the quiet past, are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise — with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew, and act anew. We must disenthrall ourselves, and then we shall save our country.” Time for all our bishops to recall these words of Lincoln. Action must be taken now against public apostates like Pelosi. The left in this country is fighting an undeclared war against the Church. Pope Benedict understands the stakes for freedom of religion in America:

    “In the light of these considerations, it is imperative that the entire Catholic community in the United States come to realize the grave threats to the Church’s public moral witness presented by a radical secularism which finds increasing expression in the political and cultural spheres. The seriousness of these threats needs to be clearly appreciated at every level of ecclesial life. Of particular concern are certain attempts being made to limit that most cherished of American freedoms, the freedom of religion. Many of you have pointed out that concerted efforts have been made to deny the right of conscientious objection on the part of Catholic individuals and institutions with regard to cooperation in intrinsically evil practices. Others have spoken to me of a worrying tendency to reduce religious freedom to mere freedom of worship without guarantees of respect for freedom of conscience.

    Here once more we see the need for an engaged, articulate and well-formed Catholic laity endowed with a strong critical sense vis-à-vis the dominant culture and with the courage to counter a reductive secularism which would delegitimize the Church’s participation in public debate about the issues which are determining the future of American society. The preparation of committed lay leaders and the presentation of a convincing articulation of the Christian vision of man and society remain a primary task of the Church in your country; as essential components of the new evangelization, these concerns must shape the vision and goals of catechetical programs at every level.”

    http://the-american-catholic.com/2012/01/20/pope-benedict-religious-freedom-under-threat-in-america/

  • T. Shaw says:

    I imagine the USCCB will draft a strongly worded letter decrying Mitt Romney’s uncharitable immigration stance quickly followed by a second condemning his lukewarm opposition to water boarding.

  • Don the Kiwi says:

    And thus the persecution cometh – this is indeed an attack on the Church, from within and from without in the US.

    Kia kaha – stand strong.

  • Greg Mockeridge says:

    What I am about to say may anger some of you. While I am in full support of the bishops in their opposition to this HHS mandate, I also have to say that they have contributed to this in no insignificant way. They have supported the big government nanny statism that has enabled this to happen. Obamacare got rammed down our throats with nary a peep about whether or not taking over one sixth of the U.S. economy can be squared with the principle of subsidiarity. To my knowledge Bp Lori of Bridgeport Conn. was the only exception.

    They also continue to take sides on issues they have no business taking sides on like capital punishment, national security/foreign policy, immigration etc. It matters not to them, it seems, that these very groups they link pinkies with are vehemently pro-abortion and (especially with the death penalty) use them as a wedge to divide pro-lifers and other faithful Catholics.

    Until individual bishops and the USCCB as a whole have the courage to own up to the part they played in helping to bring this travesty on steroids about, their opposition to it will ring hallow.

  • Mary De Voe says:

    Greg Mockeridge: Capital punishment is the TEMPORAL punishment due to capital one murder. Temporal punishment cannot be removed as such, except by the person upon whom it is laid by his own sins and certainly not against the will of God. The bishops for their part pray the Lord’s prayer, “deliver us from evil” and “God’s will be done” and for this, the bishops are still bishops, but the bishops need to lead the people out of bondage to the devil and his minions, the devil’s footsoldiers and those people possessed of the devils. God created freedom.

  • Mary De Voe says:

    Lying Worthless Political Hack Drops Pinch of Incense on Emperor’s Altar. Donald R. McClarey the soul of clarity. It is indeed poetry. This title inscribes the essence of Nancy Pelosi and exposes the devil inside.

  • Dawg em says:

    Greg Mockeridge hits this one out of the park. Not only do the US Bishops support illegal immigration, they also support government theft, as in steal from Peter (taxpayers) and pay Paul (the poor souls emigrating from corrupt regimes supported by the US government). While my family lives from paycheck to paycheck, what right do the USCCB have in demanding my contributions? This is a macro-level assault on common sense I have witnessed at the parish level. At one time my parish had an elementary school that required weekly attendance at mass, contribution of time and talent at fundraising functions and payment of tuition. Except for non-Catholics. They were exempt from all the above. The school has been closed for nearly 2 decades.
    And I would like to second the other most important element, pro-abortion Catholics getting away with not only their support of genocide, but the public scandal that most assuredly contributes to the loss of many more bodies and souls.

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