Margaret Schaut

One more conservative viewpoint on the world at large.

Dreadful Fall of the Pro-Life Movement

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Mother Theresa said ‘The fruit of abortion is nuclear war.’ I have repeated this many times here and in other places relating to this illegal and unjust war.

Those in the Pro-Life movement KNOW this by HEART.

Yet, despite the clear evidence that our country is prepared to launch ANOTHER illegal war, against the Just War Doctrine, and a NUCLEAR ONE at that, the pro-life movement is prepared to vote for one of the most heinous republicans in the party, John McCain.

Father Pavone, of Priests for Life, has come out ENDORSING John McCain for President. Supporting McCain is supporting Planned Parenthood and always has been, no matter what lies come from his forked tongue. Planned Parenthood is LAUGHING all the way to their altars of human sacrifice.

That is like saying, “I despise the roots, but WOW- the FRUIT is awesome! I ENDORSE THIS TREE!”

Pope Benedict, in response to our death-dealing times, points us to our traditions and brings us to Jesus.

At the Eighth Station who, in Luke:23:27- 30 PROMISED to avenge abortion: “there followed him a great multitude of the people, and of women who bewailed and lamented him. But Jesus turning to them said, “Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me but for yourselves and for your children. For behold, the days are coming when they will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, and the wombs that never bore, and the breasts that never gave suck! Then they will begin to say to the mountains, ‘Fall on us’; and to the hills, ‘cover us.'”

Since our war is a violation of EVERY SINGLE TENET OF THE JUST WAR DOCTRINE, and a vote for ANY of these three candidates (McCain, Clinton or Obama) is clearly a vote for social injustice, then a vote or endorsement for any of these people is a MORTAL SIN.

Fr Pavone isn’t the only one. All over the country, priests and ministers in every Christian denomination are FOR THE WAR.

Pro-life conservatives everywhere are resignedly voting for McCain in spite of all REASON to the contrary, and despite a viable and genuine conservative candidate that has proven himself for over thirty years.

As if McCain were the ONLY choice. WHO HAVE THEY SOLD OUT TO? Why IDOLIZE the parties when LIVES ARE AT STAKE?

Why? They have bought into the global deception of the puppet media and their bosses.

Does ANYONE entertain the idea that Ron Paul would appoint non-constitutional judges to the bench?

I hope and pray their eyes are opened. We are sowing what we are reaping, and it is horrible fruit.



  Diane wrote @

I cannot add a thing to what you’ve said about the just war doctrine; you’ve said it all. I personally believe that many people voting for McCain truly don’t know what they’re voting for. I recently read that in NH, many people who were polled, voted for him because they thought he would bring the troops home. Where on earth they got that notion (and I’m sure it wasn’t limited to NH) is beyond my comprehension, unless they assumed that since he was a POW that he is AGAINST the war, and they are totally out of touch with even the mainstream media.

Military recruitment is at an all-time low and there will be no recourse but to reinstate the draft. The draft age is now 17-40 (yes, that’s forty, and for citizens with advanced technical skills, it is 42). Are McCain voters who know about his “stay in Iraq for 100 years” and “bomb Iran” tirade so ignorant that they don’t realize that they’ll likely be getting a certified letter from Uncle Sam saying “We want you?” I pity the mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, friends, etc. who voted for McCain, only to have their loved one, who didn’t even want to go to war, blown to bits–and knowing that their vote contributed to the demise of their relative or friend.

There are so many more reasons not to vote for John McCain, including corruption (Keating 5 is just the tip of the iceberg), crimes against humanity, (I’ll save that for another time), dishonesty, liberalism, cover up of MIA/POW’s and on and on and on. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and his “Straight Talk Express” should be renamed the “BS Express.” That’s all for now folks. Like it or not, I WILL be back.

  jimmyb wrote @

What a great, touching video, Margaret.

Thank you.

  Justinian wrote @

And a vote for Obama is a vote for abortion without end! Obama has stated that he will sign into the law the “Freedom of Choice Act,” which will make abortion the unrestricted law of the land. What would Blessed Mother Teresa have to say about that? “The fruit of abortion is nuclear war,” so woe to America if we elect this abortion extremist to the Presidency. McCain is pro-life and the lesser of two evils and when I vote for him I will know exactly what I am doing and why I am doing it.

  Jason wrote @

Hasn’t there been about 4000 people killed in the war? This is terrible isn’t it.

Isn’t there close to 4000 people killed in the womb everyday in America…Everyday!

Wow. Sad.

  Margaret wrote @

Justinian, the republicans have had 30 years to fulfill their promise to end abortion. They have done nothing. In fact, this was the reason that it made no true difference this time who anyone voted for. The voters permitted embryonic stem cell research, which I will be blogging, which takes us to hideous places and republican lights as bright as Nancy Reagan have supported this. No, the only two candidates had NOT been the people’s choice, the people’s choices were overturned in almost every county of the country via election fraud to give us obama and mccain- mccain who could NEVER win against obama and the republican party KNEW it.

Whomever voted for McCain STILL VOTED PRO-ABORTION.

There is no way around that.

  Dina wrote @

Hello. Although I understand that the election is over and the dust is settling, I would like to add one thing here…the Roman Catholic church doesn’t endorse one candidate over another, yet she (the Church) tells her flock to vote for the candidate that would do the LEAST AMOUNT of harm to all innocent life. Since abortion is taking life at 4000/DAY in the US, vs. the unjust war that has taken a little more than 4000 since its inception in 2003, the Church weighs abortion (and embryonic stem cell research) as morally graver than the war, in fact, it is more important than any other issue that is in play today in America. This is why Catholics should have voted for McCain instead of Obama, who has a track record of being pro-abortion.

With a little research on the net, you can still see that McCain was called the greatest offender of the pro-choice movement by Planned Parenthood, while Obama was praised up and down by Planned Parenthood as a proponent for “women’s rights”.

Well, I guess we can just pray that God bless this country through the work of our new President and his administration. God can work his will for our country even though it’s hard for us to see it. Take care. Blessings to you.

  Anthony wrote @

Note here that under Bush the “pro-lifer,” $2.2 billion in federal funds were given to Planned Parenthood.

Besides, there is absolutely no guarantee whatsoever that a McCain presidency would have resulted in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, or that abortion would have been seriously rolled back at all. God knows 8 years of recent Republican rule (6 of them with virtually total GOP control) produced nothing in this regard.

To have voted for either McCain or Obmama is to have endorsed the status quo. Do you want that on your conscience? If you did, don’t complain.

Bush has turned his back on the unborn. First, by authorizing $2.2 Billion for Planned Parenthood. Second, by not supporting legislation like H.R. 300 which would have revoked the Supreme Court’s ability to rule on matters relating to reproductive rights, returning the decision to the states for them all to ban.

Even if only one state manages to ban abortion, this would reduce the number of abortions overnight. If it’s really a numbers game, which I think it is, there you have it.

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