Obama’s Lead Among ‘Catholic’ Voters Grows – Church Video Shows why this is so Wrong!

I mentioned the following poll to my priest after Mass last evening.  He thought the numbers reflect a lack of good shepherding. He did not think they applied to our parish but those in more urban areas.  I think Father is a very good shepherd but I had to disagree.  These ‘Catholics’ who support our baby-killing president ARE in our parish.  I know them.  They live in my neighborhood.  ‘You can’t be Catholic and Democrat’ – has never rung more true than it does today. Cafeteria Catholics pick and choose their values, but true Catholics will always value the sanctity of life and marriage.  I hope this poll, like many others, is skewed to favor the Obama team.  Please watch the following video BEFORE you vote!

According to Terence P. Jeffrey via CNSNews:

President Barack Obama has climbed from trailing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney by 4 points among Catholic voters in the weeks leading up to the Republican National Convention to currently leading Romney by six points among Catholic voters, according to the Gallup tracking poll.

Each week, Gallup releases a demographic breakdown of the support for the two major presidential candidates based on its previous three weeks of polling. In latest three week period (which ended on Sept. 23), Gallup surveyed 9,899 registered voters, including 2,148 who said they were Catholic.

Over that three week period, Obama led Romney 50 percent to 44 percent among Catholics. (Obama also leads Romney by 50 percent to 44 percent in the latest seven-day period in Gallup’s overall tracking poll of the presidential race.)

By contrast, in three consecutive three-week periods that ended in August (those that concluded on Aug. 12, Aug. 19 and Aug. 26), Romney led Obama 48 percent to 44 percent among Catholics.

The hurricane-delayed Republican National Convention started in Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday, Aug. 28. Since that convention, Romney’s support has eroded among Catholics as Obama’s has grown.

In the three week period that ended on Sept. 2 (which included the week of the Republican convention), Romney’s led Obama among Catholic registered 47 percent to 45 percent. In the three week period that ended on Sept. 9 (which included the week of the Democratic convention), Obama took a lead over Romney among Catholics, 47 percent to 45 percent. In the three-week period that ended on Sept. 16, Obama’s lead over Romney among Catholics grew to 49 percent to 44 percent. In the most recent three-week period, which ended on Sept. 23, Obama’s lead among Catholics grew to 50 percent to 44 percent.

I am not sure what has happened in recent weeks, but my Catholic friends need to wake up and take a moral stand, not just a political one.  The President is now forcing Catholic institutions to provide contraceptives and abortion pills to their employees. By violating the ‘Separation of Church and State’ as provided in the Constitution he has opened himself up to criticism and vetting by the Catholic Church. They have produced a powerful video on why Obama should not be re-elected!  PLEASE watch it and then tell me how any Christian could, in good conscience, vote for someone who devalues the sanctity of life and marriage.

 

 

The previous video is the Catholic version.  The following video is the Evangelical/Protestant version.

 

 

Please watch and share – and remember this ad on November 6th!

One thought on “Obama’s Lead Among ‘Catholic’ Voters Grows – Church Video Shows why this is so Wrong!

  1. I am in full agreement with you. Certain Catholics have treated the non-negotiables as if they were negotiable and vice versa. In some cases I think it has been a lack of good shepherding or even those priests who support Obama. In others I think it is Catholics rejecting Catholic principles. It boggles my mind how a Church can be so visibly attacked by the Obama administration and yet Catholics still support Obama. That’s besides all the intrinsic evils he supports. Geesh.

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