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Catholics had facts, voted for pro-abortion politicians Print
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009 -- 1:00 AM

To the editor:

Regarding the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) legislation: Being out of step with the values of Americans doesn’t seem to be reality. If that were true, “good Catholics” would not have voted for pro-abortion politicians at any level of government making them the majority at this time, nor would we have “good Catholic” politicians who are at the same time pro-abortion politicians openly thumbing their nose at God’s commandment, Thou Shall Not Kill. These same politicians will ignore the Silent Minority’s postcards and petitions because they CAN at this point in time.

Our chance of having any more pro-life judges appointed to the Supreme Court is virtually zero for years to come.

The facts of reality were well known and Catholics were certainly informed of them at election time.

God will not continue to bless a nation that has so completely cut Him out of its heart and soul with arrogant disobedience.

Prayers for our country’s conversion of mind, heart, and soul are desperately needed.

Betty J. Bauer, Lancaster