Thursday, July 19, 2007

U.S. Bishops, Democrats, want to stop the killing?

(Update: See "Update," post directly above this one. Thanks.)

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The U.S. bishops have agreed to meet with a group of Catholic House Democrats to discuss how to pursue the goal of a "responsible transition" to end the war in Iraq.

They also reiterated their call for members of Congress and the Bush administration to break the political stalemate in Washington and "forge bipartisan policies on ways to bring about a responsible transition and an end to the war."

Yes, well, that's all well and good except for 7 points:

Out of the 14 Democrats, 7 of them are out-and-out abortion cheerleaders.

When the "dove" bishops get serious about dealing with infanticide promoters, I'll listen. Maybe I'll hear something that makes sense.

Meantime, (yes I know, I'm in the major minority!) I support the United States efforts in the war on terror...and my commander in chief. Who, not incidentally, fought the 7 immediately listed below on the partial-birth killing act.

Pro-death Bishops' confidants:

Rosa DeLauro, Connecticut
Jose Serrano, New York
James McGovern, Massachusetts
William Lacy Clay, Missouri
Anna Eshoo, California
Hilda Solis, Californi
Grace Napolitano, California


Tim Ryan, Ohio
Jim Moran, Virginia
Bart Stupak, Michigan
Joe Baca, California
Marcy Kaptur, Ohio
Dennis Kucinich, Ohio
Charlie Wilson, Ohio

Our Lady, Queen of Peace, pray for us. Our Lady, Mother of the Unborn Jesus, pray for us.