Sunday, June 7, 2015

Catholic Health Association To Prostitute Itself (Again!) To Obama

The Catholic Health Association, with Sister Carol Keehan still at the helm, just commenced a three-day meeting at the Marriott Wardham Park in northwest Washington DC.  They will be discussing Obamacare (crammed down our throats with the help of Keehan) and the "future" of health care.

To add insult to the injury, the three-day gab-fest will conclude this Tuesday June 9 with an address from the Messiah Most Miserable himself.  Gushes Keehan (with my comments in red), "As long-time supporters of a health care system that works for everyone not the unborn babies and those facing death panels and pays special attention to those who are poor and vulnerable, we are grateful for the President’s leadership on the ACA you know, the 2000+ page monstrosity that Pelosi said we'd have to pass to learn what's in it."

Work demands will keep me from protesting; otherwise I'd be there raising my voice.  The Catholic Health Association does not deserve to be called Catholic, given the way it threw not only the Catholic Church, but the entire country under the bus, all so they could curry the favor of the obamanista regime; and now they're gloating over it.  I am grateful that this affair isn't occurring on Catholic property and pray that no prelates will be in attendance (that means you, Cardinal McCarrick!).

1 comment:

  1. How many ways can one spell 'S-C-A-N-D-A-L' ; 'T-R-A-I-T-O-R-S'; 'F-R-A-U-D-S'? (excerpt below)
    Sister Carol told Catholic News Service after the event that getting the president to address the Catholic Health Assembly, as the CHA conference is known, was "the icing on the cake" of special events planned for the 100th anniversary year. The assembly attended by more than 1,000 people opened with a Mass at the Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception across town, with Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl and Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, the current and retired archbishops of Washington, respectively, and other bishops. "The shrine was packed," she said.


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