Mar 07 2009

An archbishop on Obama’s HHS pick

Category: Uncategorizedharmonicminer @ 10:46 pm

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann on the Sebelius Nomination | Moral Accountability

The appointment of Governor Sebelius as the Secretary of Health and Human Services concerns me on many levels. With her history of support for legalized abortion and embryonic stem cell research, it is troubling the important influence that she will have on shaping health care policies for our nation.

I am also concerned personally for Governor Sebelius. Her appointment as Health and Human Services Secretary places her in a position where, unless she is prepared to reverse her own long held positions, will involve her with the development and implementation of policies that will only deepen her cooperation with the destruction of innocent human life.

I am also concerned that the appointment of Governor Sebelius places another Catholic supporting legalized abortion in a prominent national position. It saddens me that so many Catholic politicians, to gain political advancement have chosen to compromise their Catholic faith by their failure to defend the most fundamental of all human rights – the right to life.

The protection of conscience rights for individuals and institutions is another extremely important issue. If efforts are successful in having abortion included amongst “basic health care services,” then it is entirely possible that doctors, nurses and health care institutions will be compelled to cooperate in the provision of abortion. Advocates for the so called “right to abortion” would love to see Catholic hospitals faced with the choice to either cooperate in providing abortions or close.

In many important areas Governor Sebelius embraces Catholic social teaching. She has advocated for more affordable housing for the poor, she has worked to expand access to health care for economically disadvantaged children, and she has supported incentives encouraging adoption. Still, for the reasons stated above, her appointment is ill advised.

Mar 07 2009

It Ain’t Your Money To Spend

Category: economy,musicharmonicminer @ 3:46 pm

I always said that jazz tells the truth.

Now Kathleen Stewart speaks truth to power.

It Ain’t Your Money To Spend

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Mar 07 2009

Un PC warning

Category: abortionharmonicminer @ 10:30 am

Here is a website whose major topic is the black genocide of the unborn. Fair warning: some will find it offensive because of its Ku Klux Klan imagery. But if you have the courage to actually read it, you’ll discover that it is DECRYING the abortion of black babies, not encouraging it, though the satire is a bit heavy, perhaps.

Planned Parenthood clinics kill more Blacks than the Ku Klux Klan

Planned Parenthood operates the nation’s largest chain of abortion clinics and
almost 80 percent of its facilities are located in minority neighborhoods.

And if you click on the link labelled “What the Ku Klux Klan Could Only Dream About
The Abortion Industry is Accomplishing
“, you see this, among other things:

Lynching by the Ku Klux Klan isn’t as efficient at killing Blacks as Planned Parenthood abortions. Thanks to them, in America today, almost as many black babies are killed by abortion as are born.

This brochure presents abortion statistics that highlight the genocide that is being waged on the Black community by Planned Parenthood and the supporters of legalized abortion. It also exposes the racist ideas of Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, who openly admitted in her autobiography that she was once the featured speaker at a KKK meeting.

The truth revealed by the abortion facts and quotes in this brochure will open your eyes.

And then there’s this tidbit:

Lynching is for amateurs.

A bit heavy handed?  Perhaps.  But if you’re more offended by this page than you’re offended by abortion, including the deliberate attempt to minimize the black race that was intended by Margaret Sanger and the original founders of Planned Parenthood, then you’re simply morally tone-deaf.

Click the links, and look into your soul.  Can you tolerate this?