Really, Troy, really?

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Like the dandruff shampoo from that hair-laden Samoan on the Squeelers, one has to ask: “Really, Troy, really??” when the US bishops state they will vow to continue fighting for rights of conscience on the matter of the HHS diktat from Sebelius the Computer Geek and her abortoholic boss, the Kenyan kommie.

Newly elected USCCB leaders: Archbishop Joseph Kurtz (L), USCCB president-elect, and Cardinal Daniel DiNardo (R), vice president-elect

Stated the prelates at their recent Baltimore meeting:

“As the government’s implementation of the mandate against us approaches, we bishops stand united in our resolve to resist this heavy burden and protect our religious freedom,” said the bishops’ message, which passed unanimously, according to the conference’s release.

“We will continue our efforts in Congress and especially with the promising initiatives in the courts to protect the religious freedom that ensures our ability to fulfill the Gospel by serving the common good,” they added.

The bishops noted that they have a duty to proclaim the Gospel, including through ministries that “feed the poor, heal the sick, and educate the young.”

“Yet with its coercive HHS mandate, the government is refusing to uphold its obligation to respect the rights of religious believers,” the bishops write.”

ESH wonders if they will put their money where their mouths are and defend the rights of pharmacists, doctors and nurses, as well as ANY business with sensus fidei–not just a church proper–to resist, right and NOT pay for abortifacient drugs, devices, sterilizations and so-called “contraception”, most of which is actually often abortifacient.

Or will the philisophically freemasonic US government Regime impose its anti-God secularism as it continues to wage its war on Catholicism?


One thought on “Really, Troy, really?

    Frank J. Nice said:
    November 14, 2013 at 07:54

    Ptetty weak fight so far.

    What a bunch of wimps.

    You fight more than all of them combined.

    Frank J. Nice, RPh, DPA, CPHP

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