One Picture Says It All

Hattip to Ed Morrissey at Hot Air.  The cartoonist Michael Ramirez neatly encapsulates why the Obama administration seethes with hostility against the Church.   Governments that decide that they are the True Faith inevitably come into conflict with the actual True Faith, as the history of the Church constantly illustrates.  I doubt if President Obama has studied that history yet.  Let us give him ample opportunity in retirement to do so, beginning in 2013.

8 Responses to One Picture Says It All

  • T. Shaw says:

    Liberals are pathologically vicious. They do not tolerate beliefs or institutions that oppose their uber-evil agenda.

    “The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants.” Camus

    Peace and justice are generally by such scoundrels to gull catholic Liberal votes.

  • Mary@42 says:

    Karl, Obama a good Christian????….you can’t be serious… the man is a Muslim….his philanderer father’s family are all Muslims. His life history does not reveal that he has ever studied the History of the Catholic Church…and you know the agenda of Muslims…the Kafirs and Infidels must be vanguished…and in that category, the main target is the Catholic Church

  • Donna V. says:

    Mary, I don’t think Obama is a secret Muslim. Obama’s religion is Me, Myself and I. Oh, and Statism. He can’t come out and say he’s an atheist, but I think that’s what he is.

  • T. Shaw says:

    The main obstacle to liberal devolution is the remnant of the Church that is not the Democrat party pretending to pray.

    The Church’s teachings of morality and objective Truth are the main lines of resistance to state mind control. So, the Church must be destroyed.

    Vote to destroy Holy Mother Church. Vote demokratic.

  • Paolo says:

    In one of his memoirs, Obama uses the Old Testament story of Abraham and Isaac to argue that secularism equals “reason” and religion equals “crazy caprice”, and proceeds with the analogy anyways, summing up his sermon on the superiority of secularism to religion by writing that the “best we can do is act in accordance with those things that are possible for all of us to know.”
    Also Kierkegaard quoted this story,saying that the particular had the primacy over universal, over the truth, the moral truths-nonnegotiable issues.
    But this is not complete. The angel was there not to let Abraham perform the sin.
    It was not the case of Judas. In fact, he killed the innocent, but he acknowledged also that an angel was there to stop him. He saw that the moral law was there to help, to avoid to kill. He did not pray.

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