Rich Leonardi has an excellent post on the document that provides obfuscation and cover for pro-abortion politicians called "Voting for the Common Good." It is of course no surprise that this document put out "Catholic in Alliance for the Common Good" (CACG) a group headed up by Alexia Kelley who in 2004 worked as a religion advisor to John Kerry in the closing weeks of his campaign.
Now it is quite understandable why such a voting guide would be put out to counteract the Voters Guide For Serious Catholics put out by Catholic Answers. That voters guide was written by Jimmy Akin and it certainly bears the stamp of his work. What I like most about Jimmy is that he is extremely careful in the statements he makes. When he states a position of the Church you can be sure that it is truly what the Church teaches and not an admixture of his own opinion. He is very careful in not making statements say more than they truly do. The same can not be said for whoever is the author of this new voter’s guide that is not a representation of Catholic teaching, but pure spin.
I am considering legal action against CAGC, since their voters guide surely got inspiration from my "Voters Guide for Cafeteria Catholics."