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'Catholics for Obama' Denver
Event Draws 45 People

Breitbart's Big Government, by Dr. Susan Berry

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Posted By:Photoonist, 11/2/2012 3:30:12 PM

After being denied a campaign “rally” at Regis University in Denver, the Obama campaign settled for a “dialogue” with a co-chair of a group that calls itself “Catholics for Obama.” According to Catholic News Agency, about 45 people attended the dialogue on October 25th, the topic of which was “Catholic Social Teaching: The Intersection of Faith and Politics.” (Snip) Nicholas P. Cafardi, Catholics for Obama national co-chair and a law professor and dean emeritus of Duquesne University School of Law, helped develop the dialogue, along with another co-chair of the group, Victoria Kovari, and Broderick Johnson, a senior adviser to

One more propaganda group like J Street is all, but this one is a massive failure by numbers. This kind of thing is exactly what communists do. If 0bama had been born in S Africa he would have at one time launched a ''black people for apartheid'' movement if it suited his power base.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Michaelus, 11/2/2012 3:36:22 PM     (No. 8982998)

It takes a lot of explaining to show that Catholic social doctrine means unlimited child murder and forcing us all to pay for Sandra Fluke's recreational sex steroids.

Reply 2 - Posted by: Annalucia, 11/2/2012 3:37:03 PM     (No. 8983000)

Forty-five people. I'm overwhelmed.

Probably ex-Catholics who left the Church over pelvic issues, and are no more Catholic than I'm a fire worshipper.




Reply 3 - Posted by: bldrrepub, 11/2/2012 3:40:55 PM     (No. 8983010)

I'd be willing to wager that half of them were students who were told to be there because attendance is part of their grade.

Reply 4 - Posted by: mfm, 11/2/2012 3:42:37 PM     (No. 8983018)

As a Regis University graduate (75), I just sent in a $250.00 alumni donation. Rock on R&R!

Reply 5 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici, 11/2/2012 3:43:01 PM     (No. 8983020)

So, looking at the article we discover that "Catholics For Obama" was created by a person who wants to be considered a Catholic, but disagrees with the Church on basic Church doctrine.

Reply 6 - Posted by: BaseballFan, 11/2/2012 3:46:47 PM     (No. 8983032)

By dialogue, this groups means, "You sit there, we talk AT you."

Reply 7 - Posted by: Namma, 11/2/2012 4:09:24 PM     (No. 8983104)

thats 45 to many
If a person who claims to be Catholic and does not agree with the teachings of the Catholic Church,..is not a Catholic....




Reply 8 - Posted by: TruthandJustice, 11/2/2012 4:10:24 PM     (No. 8983106)

Bishops across the country have come out and said it is WRONG to vote for Obama...wrong for your soul...and against the Catholic Church ...Catholics are being told DO NOT VOTE FOR OBAMA...a vote for Obama is a vote for the culture of death and against Christian precepts

Reply 9 - Posted by: judy, 11/2/2012 4:15:47 PM     (No. 8983121)

Allow me to guess who attended ...Pelosi...Biden...Kennedys....good Catholics

Reply 10 - Posted by: Mickturn, 11/2/2012 4:24:46 PM     (No. 8983148)

Wow 45 wholey people.

Reply 11 - Posted by: kar120c, 11/2/2012 4:28:01 PM     (No. 8983155)

This story was alluded to on NPR this morning. First, they took pains to cover Mitt Romney campaigning in VA - how his first event drew only 2,000 people, "barely filling the arena" and his second event drawing a "somewhat larger" group of 6,000.

Then on to the President Obama coverage: First, Mayor Bloomberg endorses Obama. Then, Obama thanks Mayor Bloomberg for the endorsement. Then, more on why Mayor Bloomberg endorses Obama (strong on the environment). Then on to the President campaigning in CO. Three events scheduled. No mention of size of arenas. No mention of size of crowds. Just clips of Obama "mocking" Mr. Romney - to what I estimate sounded like dozens of fervent supporters.

I guess it was close to 4 dozens.

NPR: Not Particularly Relevant

Reply 12 - Posted by: veritas, 11/2/2012 4:45:25 PM     (No. 8983194)

Coulda been much, much bigger if they had only coordinated with Colorado Catholics for Abortion and Front Range Catholics for Infanticide.

It's a bad time to squander such an opportunity.




Reply 13 - Posted by: formerNYer, 11/2/2012 4:47:30 PM     (No. 8983200)

So let me get this straight and i'll be conservative here. 0 has lost the Independents(10-15% swing), Catholics (10%), Jews (5%) and women, so how is the elections close?

Reply 14 - Posted by: Sherlock, 11/2/2012 4:55:55 PM     (No. 8983221)

'Catholics for Obama' Yeah Right!
Why not Christians for Satan, same thing.
We already have Blacks for "anything " as long as the man they are voting for is Black
You can`t hold hands with the devil and GOD at the same time!! These people do not know God nor are they of God.

Reply 15 - Posted by: xcenturion, 11/2/2012 4:59:15 PM     (No. 8983228)

Catholics in name only (CINO). Any Catholic that supports the Democrats war on the unborn and same sex marriage should turn in their first communion card.

Reply 16 - Posted by: Theeo, 11/2/2012 5:00:15 PM     (No. 8983231)

Catholics For Obama is a classic OXYMORON.

AND TO #8, If Catholic Bishops across America have benn speaking out against Obama, they must be from the states of Whisper and Silence and Laryngitis and others too numerous to metion. And as for Timothy Cardinal Dolan having his say against Obama, Tim couldn't decide whom he liked after the Al Smith Dinner.

Reply 17 - Posted by: M Stuart, 11/2/2012 5:06:37 PM     (No. 8983249)

I didn't think the Catholic hierarchy was a democracy?




Reply 18 - Posted by: franq, 11/2/2012 5:10:07 PM     (No. 8983253)

It's a landslide, I tell you.

Reply 19 - Posted by: mominNoCA, 11/2/2012 5:10:42 PM     (No. 8983255)

Wow. Forty-five actual people? How many were there because they wanted to be there, not because someone told them they had to be there?

Reply 20 - Posted by: stablemoney, 11/2/2012 5:13:30 PM     (No. 8983266)

Thugs bused in from Chicago.

Reply 21 - Posted by: lakerman1, 11/2/2012 5:44:39 PM     (No. 8983341)

Catholics who disagree with church doctrine should become Episcopalians, who believe in whatever they choose to believe. But they kept the cool Mass.

Reply 22 - Posted by: coldoc, 11/2/2012 5:47:03 PM     (No. 8983354)

Biden Catholics.



Reply 23 - Posted by: Nevadadad46, 11/2/2012 6:05:11 PM     (No. 8983398)

Rather a lot, actually, IMHO. I hope the Diocese sent a rep to take down names.

Reply 24 - Posted by: georgia peach, 11/2/2012 6:20:33 PM     (No. 8983446)

Biden Catholics...I like that.

Reply 25 - Posted by: pepperblue, 11/2/2012 6:39:01 PM     (No. 8983499)

Catholics are not being told by the heirarchy not to vote for Obama. Instead, our bishops are telling us that our very soul is in jeopary if we vote for a candidate who is not pro life. A much more sweeping condemnation of the party which included infanticide in its platform.

Reply 26 - Posted by: jlw509, 11/2/2012 6:40:06 PM     (No. 8983501)

Vegans for Pork Chops.

Reply 27 - Posted by: krause, 11/2/2012 6:44:19 PM     (No. 8983509)

Why is Cafardi a Catholic? He should start his own church. Her could be the Progressive Grand Master with rules and tenets as he sees fit. He could then even change them as needs and the culture evolve. He probably believes the US Constitution should be evolving also.

Reply 28 - Posted by: Old Army Vet, 11/2/2012 7:22:40 PM     (No. 8983580)

Catholics for Obama, that's a good one.

Reply 29 - Posted by: cincinnati whig, 11/2/2012 7:24:16 PM     (No. 8983583)

Yeah, I have a Catholic friend who attended "Muslim-Christian dialogues" co-sponsored by the Franciscans and CAIR. Now he has all kinds of charming things to say, such as about "the Jewish media".

Reply 30 - Posted by: fembot, 11/2/2012 7:26:04 PM     (No. 8983588)

I'm surprised he was able to scrape up 45 attendees (probably counting himself and the janitors). There was probably a sign outside saying "Free coffee and donuts..."

Reply 31 - Posted by: jkcinsalem, 11/3/2012 1:51:27 AM     (No. 8984069)

The gentleman should just become an Episcopalian, and be done with it.

Reply 32 - Posted by: Trigger2, 11/3/2012 5:00:22 AM     (No. 8984136)

45 attendees was all Barry could afford to send. No doubt they were all union members too.

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