Mar 192010
 

If Saint Joseph wasn’t a saint I think he would have thrown up a little.  Next she is going to bury poor St. Joseph upside down on Capitol Hill until abortion is Federally funded.

Today of course is not the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker – that is on May 1st.  I am shocked, shocked I tell you that Nancy Pelosi got something wrong concerning the faith. Consider the odds.  Well actually I guess the surprise is that she knew today had anything to do with St. Joseph in the first place.

Somehow I don’t think her intercession will be in the category of answered prayer. Though if her request is answered via supernatural agency — it will be more in the line of Moloch or his minions answering it.

Calling Archbishop George H. Niederauer. Hello, Hello …

Update: Erin Manning suggests we write the Archbishop. She posts the letter she wrote.

  9 Responses to “Because I guess she couldn’t find the Patron Saint of abortion”

  1. Am not surprised she cited St. Joseph the Worker (though she got the feast day wrong) — mentioning St. Joseph as the Guardian of the Child Jesus would have been too pro-life.

  2. yeah Jeff, let’s hope her gods are asleep when she calls out to them.

  3. I am speechless. The air must be thin up there on her throne?

  4. How about King Herod as the patron of abortions.

  5. also might look for a response from the AB of the AD of Washington. It looks like Pelosi’s sick, twisted, even blasphemous comments were made in Washington. Mercy.

  6. St. Joseph is not the patron saint of abortion; nor is Herod; nor is Judas.

    Satan is the patron demon of abortion.

    I’m pretty sure you won’t get into Heaven if you vote for a Democrat.

    BTW: St. Joseph was self employed and never ate a morsel he did not earn. He is patron saint of productive workers not persons that believe it is the government’s responsibility to provide for them. Their patrons are St. Che Guevara and St. Vlad Lenin.

    If I didn’t have scores of living and dead needing my prayers, I’d pray for dissident, distracted women.

  7. Seems unusually nervous, doesn’t she? I wonder why….

  8. I don’t worry that God is going to strike her down. I think Mary will slap her around for abusing her husband 🙂

  9. BE ALERT! As is being pushed to gain pro-Life vote, and “Executive Order” will NOT be enough!
    http://www.catholicvoteaction.org/americanpapist/index.php
    Richard Doerflinger, who represents the US Bishops in Congressional dealings, wrote this today to members of the house wondering if an executive order from President Obama to fix the abortion problems could absolve their conscience.
    The unanimous view of USCCB advisors is that it cannot work: Unfortunately, this proposal does not begin to address the problem, which arises from decades of federal appellate rulings that apply the principles of Roe v. Wade to federal health legislation. According to these rulings, such health legislation creates a statutory requirement for abortion funding, unless Congress clearly forbids such funding. That is why the Hyde amendment was needed in 1976, to stop Medicaid from funding 300,000 abortions a year. The statutory mandate construed by the courts would override any executive order or regulation. This is the unamimous view of our legal advisors and of the experts we have consulted on abortion jurisprudence. Only a change in the law enacted by Congress, not an executive order, can begin to address this very serious problem in the legislation.”

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