Is there any doubt that the Left serves Satan?

I can’t even speak … first I saw the news that members of our Armed Forces who attempted to protect Afghani boys from being raped have been disciplined by order of our government.

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2015/09/21/nyt-u-s-personnel-told-not-report-child-rape-afghan-security-forces/

Then, I read that Senate Democrats (and two Judas Republicans, Collins and Kirk) had voted down a bill that would ban the abortion of pain-capable, viable or near-viable human babies.

http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/254497-dems-block-20-week-abortion-ban

Then I read that, abortion enthusiasts started a viral ‪#‎ShoutYourAbortion‬ hashtag. Women were encouraged to brag about their abortions publicly to show how the Left believes abortion is not merely acceptable, but also praise-worthy.

2015_09 22 Shout your abortion

As Matt Walsh notes, “It’s time we face the fact that ‘progressivism’ is really nothing more than a secular version of Satanism.”

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9 responses to “Is there any doubt that the Left serves Satan?

  1. Wow. Matt Walsh’s statement is pretty compelling. I like it!

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  2. I’m glad more people seem to be getting the memo that you can’t be a Democratic Christian — one of those two terms must be mortally compromised in order to co-exist. I don’t know how to explain Kim Davis, something about that whole culture bomb has always seemed a little off-kilter to me.

    On a related note, I know Chrissy urges fairness with this pope, but an article on Breitbart (http://goo.gl/OCXZqP) includes this provocative pullquote: “In 2013, Pope Francis said that capitalism is “an economy of exclusion and inequality” and “such an economy kills.” Faced with communism–most blatantly in the form of a hammer and sickle crucifix–Pope Francis said, “I understand this work. For me it wasn’t an offense.” And it did get me thinking, why does our current pope rail about the evils of capitalism yet seems to largely leave the magnified evils of communism unmentioned?

    His American visit is sure to include a few controversial moments, especially considering our Communist-in-Chief.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      You cannot understand Pope Francis’ remarks out of the context of Catholic social teaching, which extends back for 2,000 years. When he preaches against “capitalism”, he is talking about UNRESTRICTED capitalism, NOT what we have here. As for that cross, he was initially very offended by it and refused to take it until its history and context were explained to him and he understood the very Christian point the artist intended.

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      • It’s really impossible for us to get the full context or even understand his “emphasis” in any way, since the news filter is so horribly biased right now. Both the lefty media and the righty are trying their best to spin it in the communist direction. Franko could be criticizing communism every single day in his morning homily and we’d never be told about it, since it’s not ‘news.’

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          Between the left wanting to claim him and the anti-Catholic right wanting to reject him … I’m starting to cringe whenever I see any news about him. And that makes me sad.

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    • I have also gone out on a limb to urge patience with this pope, and I’m scared to death he’s going to prove himself to be truly clueless during this visit. I’m still waiting and seeing, but his Cuba visits and climate talk have me really alarmed. I can handle being wrong, but what will really suck is having Ann Barnhardt show up on my front porch saying: “Told ya so, you moron.” That will hurt.

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      • chrissythehyphenated

        I am trying to trust God that He has some plan for Pope Francis being so wrong about climate change. I am also deeply relieved it’s got nothing at all to do with doctrine!

        That being said, my dd texted major enthusiasm about his visit just as I was feeling like I can’t wait for it to be over because I’m so SICK of having to unspin his remarks. I was going to text something back about that, then thought, heck, why spoil her fun? So I just wrote, “You’re so sweet!”

        Dearest is going to Phillie on Sat for Mass. THAT I really am looking forward to … because it’s just cool to go to Mass with the pope and also because it’s his last day.

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