The picture to the left is what the Minnnesota Democratic party is using to discredit Dan Hall, candidate for Minnesota Senate. I understand that Dan Hall is indeed a Protestant preacher and that he is running an unabashedly pro-life and conservative campaign.
Now as I said, Mr. Hall is a Protestant preacher. He states quite plainly that he has never worn a Roman collar. So why, oh why, is one featured in this ad? Might it be because on Mr. Hall's campaign website, he has the unmitigated gall to quote from Blessed Teresa of Calcutta? Here's the quote, and it's familar to many of us. "Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat." Mother Teresa. Notice that the headless individual is wearing a button that says "ignore the poor". What ignoramus would claim that's what Mother Teresa did?
Now could it be that the Minnesota Democrats are simply looking for any old excuse to treat faithful Catholics as personae non grata? Why don't they just don themselves in white pillowcases and bedsheets, and burn a cross or two on a Catholic church lawn? Oh, just in case you think the "headless priest" ad was a momentary lapse in judgment, to the right is another gem from the Minnesota Democrats. Again, Mr. Hall is not Catholic, but here you clearly have a side altar honoring St. Anthony of Padua.
I truly think that in their desperation, the liberals are dropping their guard and letting loose with their anti-God and anti-life vitriol. Let us see them as the bigoted atheists that they are.