Link Endorsement by Jeffrey Miller February 27, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller February 27, 2008 Moloch has officially come out and endorsed Sen. Obama. 7 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Various next post Virtual Fence Yields Result You may also like Will he come out of the closet? August 20, 2003 From on high September 28, 2008 Catholic song parody at it's best October 31, 2008 LifeTeen Mass Branches Into New Arenas February 17, 2007 Bad and Literary Catholics September 21, 2005 Blog Spotlight: God and the Machine March 16, 2015 Award buttons February 15, 2005 St. Irenaeus Ministries November 1, 2011 When you love somebody August 6, 2012 Blog Tour June 2, 2008 7 comments Ray from Manila February 27, 2008 - 7:42 pm Moloch’s reputation is well-founded. It seems he’s finally settled down in America for good after his sojourns in Ge Hinnom and the Aztec Empire. legion February 27, 2008 - 10:21 pm This is quite unsettling to me… My exploratory team had been in talks with Moloch… We were considering a third party candidacy. M was generally pleased with the proposed platform I had – more abortion, abortion funding, mandatory feeding tube removal, doctor ordered suicide, the end to church tax exempt status and a ban on porn filters on computers in schools. Sadly, he must of felt I simply did not have the name recognition for the key swing votes…. Burnt Marshwiggle February 28, 2008 - 7:41 am Legion, You were not in “talks” with Moloch, he was giving you your marching orders. Insubordination masked as “Dialogue” with superiors is what we encourage amongst the enemy camp, not our own. Your 3rd party plan was rejected not because of insufficient name recognition (everyone has heard of Darth Nader) but because of the “house divided” or spoiler effect. We are currently implementing a plan to divide the conservatives into 4 camps thus depriving the anti-choicers of allies. The first camp will focus exclusively on lower taxes for the wealthy and abhor the idea of others depending on them. the second will focus exclusively on personal and national military supremacy and abhor the idea of looking out for those weaker than themselves. the third will focus exclusively on coercive measures to promote right-eousness and will embrace capital punishment and Rouge torture methods with such glee that it will entirely undermine their pro-life integrity. The minutes of your meeting have been altered to have this alternate plan brought up before you mentioned your plan – thus discreting any claims that your plan inspired the Dark Lord’s “House Divided” plan. Yours falsely, Infernus Jay Anderson February 28, 2008 - 1:13 pm Catholic News Agency reports today: Obama Pledges to Planned Parenthood: I Will Not Yield” Also, former head of “Catholics for a Free Choice” Frances Kissling has endorsed Obama: “I am convinced that in the larger struggle to complete the social transformation promised by Roe, Obama’s instincts and values will bring us closer to that transformation,” said Kissling. … The main difference between the two candidates, for Kissling, was that Sen. Clinton was not radical enough on the issue of abortion … Looks like Moloch has the right guy. karyn February 28, 2008 - 6:10 pm i am not surprised…the culture of death is underway. Hmm, just one question: if abortion is endorsed, then why not infanticide and murder? Does something miraculous happen during the birth process so as to render the infant-within-the-womb a non-living thing? Hypocrites (directed to the pro-choice)…just because you cannot see doesn’t mean that it is not. Just because it shows no semblance of cognitive abilities or a reaction to pain doesn’t mean that mean that the unborn child is not fully human. Shame, shame on your movement. The rights of women to kill their children, that is what Planned Parenthood stands for. Dean Steinlage February 28, 2008 - 7:28 pm The promise of Roe? What exactly is that, abortion up to the 57th trimester and the kids get to decide for their parents after the folks retirement party? Moloch February 29, 2008 - 10:04 am All right, let me put an end to all this nonsense. I admire my very close friend Legion, and I respect his accomplishments over the millenia. We all remember with great sadness the swine and the lake and all that. His bouncing back from that is an inspiration to all of us. But this is the twenty-first century, and the failed policies of the past — possessing one or two people and sending them out to live naked in cemeteries — are not the way to the future. We need a candidate who can deliver on 1.5 million aborted babies a year. Legion — though a good bad guy — is not that candidate. Comments are closed.