Lane Core Jr brings us the "2004 Democratic Voting Rules and Regulations ". And if you think some of it is over the top – well last week I saw a picture of a protester wearing a shirt that said "Plant’s can’t vote so we must"
In others news here is an article on abortion activist attorney Pamela Hayes who is part of the Bishops National Review Board.
Fr. Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Parish in Chicago, has once again hosted a prominent pro-abortion politician at his church. In his outreach to the black community he only reaches out for those who are pro-abortion and this time he selected Democratic senatorial candidate Barack Obama. The chance of someone like Alan Keyes being hosted at St. Sabrina brings the words "cold day in hell" to mind. Fr. Michael Pfleger in his The Power in Voting message crouches itself in seamless garment rhetoric.
We might, for example, vote for a candidate solely on the basis of his pro-choice or anti-abortion stance.
Notice how he not only gives pro-choice as an option for single issue voter but then uses the pro-abortion wording of anti-abortion instead of pro-life.
Recognize that no one candidate will agree with all of the issues you find important.
I guess he must have read my Voter’s Guide for Cafeteria Catholics since he uses the subjective phrase "issues you find important." No messy dogma to get in the way there. Progressives have become quite tricky in their parsing of words. They always throw in some terms making it seem like they are against abortion, but this is always nullified by what come afterwards.