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Same-sex hypocrisy |

Same-sex hypocrisy

| Tuesday, May 15, 2012 6:56 p.m

Now both the vice president and the president claim they approve of same-sex marriages. Both are hypocrites.

Joe Biden, a supposedly good Catholic, on Ash Wednesday this year proudly displayed during the workday the ashes placed on his forehead by a Catholic priest. But the Catholic Church firmly states its opposition to homosexuality and gay marriage.

Likewise, Obama has “evolved” his opinion to side with the homosexual agenda, pointing to the Golden Rule of the Bible. If Obama were a Christian, he and his wife would and should know from nine places in the Bible that homosexuals cannot enter the kingdom of heaven.

People who claim to believe in God, and therefore the Bible, constitute about 80 percent of the American population. If these people in November would vote their conscience and faith and not be hypocrites, the Obama-Biden ticket would get just 20 percent of the popular vote.

How many religious hypocrites will there be in November? If you claim to be a good Catholic or Christian, you cannot vote in good conscience and faith for people who think abortion and homosexuality are God-given or politically given “rights.”

William D. Mayercheck


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