Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Nancy Pelosi life long Roman Catholic or life long Democrat?

In the United States of America (USA), Congress, the House of Representatives, the current Speaker of the House in the Democratic Party representative from San Francisco, California, Mrs. Nancy Pelosi. Who happens to be number two in line for president of these here United States in case something happens to President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi comes from an Italian Catholic family raised in Baltimore, Maryland. When Maryland was one of the 13 colonies, it was a Catholic state, resulting in a large Catholic population in the state of Maryland. Mrs. Pelosi attended a Catholic girl's high school, and a Catholic college.

Recently Nancy Pelosi was on one of those Sunday morning talk shows (links below) and was asked in reference to the abortion issue, "when does life begin?"

Here are some quotes from Mrs. Pelosi's rely:

"over the centuries the doctors of the church have not been able to make that definition."

"Saint Augustine said at 3 months, we don't know."

"I don't think anyone can say when human life begins. The Catholic church has been discussing this for centuries."

"Over the history of the church this has been an issue of controversary."

It was all pure nonsense. Pelosi with her thorough Catholic upbringing and educations is well aware of the Roman Catholic's church position on abortion. Her study of the Catechism during her school years taught her better. Nancy has put her party politics above her religion. The Apostles of the first century, Jesus' disciples condemn abortion. The Roman Catholic Church as historically since its origins has condemned abortion. Numerous bishops throughout the nation have issued letters and statements in total disagreement with Nancy Pelosi, while reaffirming the Catholic Church's opposition to abortion.

Here are two links to the interview:


In case the above clip gets removed, here is another:


Hopefully they have not been removed.

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