27 June 2016

This Isn't News

If you were expecting anything different, you are smoking some of that grass in which St. Gabriel Parish has their annual Mass. Note, Justice Scalia's death made no difference in the outcome. Note, Reagan-appointee Kennedy ensures that babies will continue to be sacrificed to Moloch without even a nod to protecting the lives of their murderers mothers.

The system is exposed as thoroughly venal, corrupt, immoral, vile.  The same happens in every worldly institution and, God help us, with so much of the Church.  The masks are off.

All those little arms and legs and crushed skulls and salinated, exploded corpses will rejoin on Judgement Day and they will be pointing at us.

Who can abide the day of His coming? And who can stand when He appeareth?

Kyrie Eleison!

8 comments:

donalmahoney said...

I may not get enraged about the verbal ditherings of Pope Francis but Kennedy is worth all the rage that can possibly be mustered. Toss in Pelosi, Biden, Notre Dame and Georgetown.

Sam said...

So tell me, Timman. Is it the job of the United State Supreme Court to rule on the morality of abortion? Or is it their function to rule on the constitutional issue before it based on the principle of stare decisis?

M. Prodigal said...

We are powerless to stop the evil in this country; only God can stop it and we can hasten His intervention by our prayers. In the meantime, we must be prepared to pay the price because the Teachings of the Catholic Church are politically incorrect. Even if we have a pope and cardinals, etc. going along with the world, we can NOT. But there will be a price. We must steel ourselves to be willing to pay it.

thetimman said...

Sam, Fourteenth Amendment, section 1:

"All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

Anonymous said...

Sam,
With stare decisis as the only guide, "separate but equal" would have been considered unchangeable settled law. As would Dred Scott, Heller, Citizens United, and Kelo. Further, altering our abortion policy need not even be a matter of "mere" morality - just how long can a nation eliminate one-sixth to one-fifth of its future citizens, voters, consumers, workers, taxpayers, and perhaps even entrepreneurs and expect to remain viable?

Bryan Kirchoff
St. Louis

c matt said...

Sam, if the SCROTUS actually did its job of following the Constitution, it would have upheld the regulations. It had to essentially ignore the Constitution, and the SCROTUS's proper role therein to even allow abortion as a fake right in the first place, and completely shredded whatever credibility remained to strike down regulations that make abortion clinics subject to the same healthcare laws as other centers performing medical procedures (assuming murdering children is a "medical procedure" for the sake of argument). So tell me Sam, is it the SCROTUS's job to simply makes sh*t up as it goes along? Apparently so.

c matt said...

I keep seeing an ad pop-up along the lines of "I have faith in the US because of Jesus Christ" and it asks you to agree, or click or something. I would prefer one that says "I fear for the United States because of Jesus Christ."

c matt said...

Sam,

Let me 'splain to you how the American judicial system is supposed to work (but hasn't in many decades). A state passes a law which regulates some conduct. It is the State's prerogative through its elected representatives to pass laws it sees fit to promote the general welfare and morals (yes, morals) of those over whom it has jurisdiction. Someone challenges that law under the Federal Constitution. The SCROTUS's job is to see if that law passes muster - i.e., is there a Constitutional right that is impermissibly infringed by said law. With Roe, the SCROTUS overstepped this role and basically invented a right to abortion. Ever since then, it has continually overstepped its role and decided not on Constitutional grounds, but on its (or at least a majority's) political view that abortion is moral. Yes, the abominable SCROTUS has decided that abortion is moral - so tell, me, is that its job? You obviously seem to think so.