The Vatican Guidelines
Crystal Are Clear:
A Catholic Cannot Vote
For A Political Candidate Who Supports Abortion!
"It must in any case be
clearly understood that whatever may be laid down by civil law
in this matter, man can never obey a law which is in itself
immoral, and such is the case of a law which would admit in
principle the liceity of abortion. Nor can he take part in a
propaganda campaign in favor of such a law, or vote for it.
Moreover, he may not collaborate in its application"
(Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Declaration on
Procured Abortion, November 18, 1974, nos. 19-22).
II, continuing the constant teaching of the Church, has reiterated
many times that those who are directly involved in lawmaking bodies
have a «grave and clear obligation to oppose» any law that attacks
human life. For them, as for every Catholic, it is impossible to
promote such laws or to vote for them" (Congregation for the
Doctrine of the Faith, Doctrinal Note on Some Questions Regarding
the Participation of Catholics in Political Life 2002), no. 4).
1854 Republican Party
formed to "Stop the spread of slavery", Democratic Party was
1854 Republican Party
Opposes Kansas-Nebraska Act upholding slavery.
1863 Abraham Lincoln
(Republican) issues Emancipation Proclamation to free the slaves.
1865 13th Amendment
passes abolishing slavery - Republicans 100% / Democrats 23%
1865 KKK launches as
the "Terrorist Arm" of the Democratic Party
1866 Republican Party
passes Civil Rights Act for freed slaves
1868 14th Amendment
makes freed slave US Citizens - Republicans 94% / Democrats 0%
1870 15th Amendment
passes for slaves to vote - Republicans 100% / Democrats 0%
1871 Republicans pass
The Anti-KKK Act
1875 First Anti-Ciscrimination
Law in America - Republicans 99% / Democrats 0%
1909 NAACP is created
by three Republicans; Mary White Ovington, William English
and Henry Moskowitz.
1914 Democrat President
Woodrow Wilson segregates Federal Gov & US Military
1915 Democrats showcase first
movie ever shown in the White House "Birth of a Nation"
praising the KKK
1922 Republicans pass
first Anti-Lynching Law - Republicans 92% / 18%
1957 First Civil Rights
Law in 82 years - Republicans 92% / Democrats 54%
1960 Civil Rights Act
of 1960 - Republicans 93% / Democrats 68%
Republican Martin Luther King Jr. gives his "I Have A Dream Speech"
1964 Civil Rights Act
of 1964 - Republicans 80% / Democrats 63%
Martin Luther King Day signed into law by Republican President
Americans with Disabilities Act signed by Republican George H W Bush
Civil Rights Act of 1991 signed by Republican George H W Bush
Both 1990 & 1991 Acts are recognized as the most Pro-Civil Rights
Acts in decades
Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act pushed by George W. Bush, to
citizenship path for undocumented immigrants as well as guest
workers. Act was
derailed by Democrats