Posted By: drummerboyHas the Cathloic Church ever prevented a pro-choice Republican politican from receiving communion?
Posted By: ridskiPosted By: SMCIt's an insignificant thread, posted on an insignificant message board, started by an insignificant board member who has nothing better to do with his "life". Just ignore it. And this is but a reply to an insignificant post on an insignificant thread posted on an insignificant message board.
Posted By: SMCIt's an insignificant thread, posted on an insignificant message board, started by an insignificant board member who has nothing better to do with his "life". Just ignore it.
Posted By: kathyKeith Olbermann scored this last night on Reagan's behalf and found that Reagan did not pass.
Posted By: bobkThe Dems are heading in the same direction. I caught part of Ed Schultz;s show on MSNBC and Ed and a couple of liberal guests were debating if Ben Nelson, Mary Landau and a few others really belonged in the party if they couldn't support a public option.
Posted By: Wootdrummerboy, The Catholic Church has been pretty outspoken against Giuliani's pro choice stance as mayor. I think they denied him from accepting communion, though I am unsure if it was for his position on abortion or his divorce/infidelity. Is everything a political conspiracy?
Posted By: bobkAs far as the GOP is concerned I am beginning to have some sympathy for Michael Steel. To his credit he defended Olympia Snow on TV a couple of weeks ago.
Posted By: ktcThat's not a purity issue.
Posted By: rastroif they don't agree with it and a majority of their constituents don't want it, how can they possibly vote for it?
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