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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Doug Kmiec is at it again!

Does Doug Kmiec's treachery never end? Now he's calling for the state to stop licensing marriage and substitute a "civil license" that could apply to anyone, sraight or gay. (Or perhaps a menage-a-trois with your pet?)

Princeton University law professor Robert George disagrees. "The idea that the state would abandon its concern for the institution of marriage, that it would treat marriage as a purely religious matter, is I think a very bad one.... [Marriage] has profound social significance, public significance; it’s a pre-political institution. It exists even apart from religion, even apart from polities. It’s the coming together of a husband and wife, creating the institution of family in which children are nurtured....The family is the original and best Department of Health, Education and Welfare....No government agency can ever surpass it, ever has surpassed it. Governments and economies and systems of law all rely upon the family to produce something they need, but that they themselves cannot produce, and that is, basically honest, decent, law abiding people of goodwill--citizens--who can take their rightful place in society.... Family is built on marriage, and government--the state--has a profound interest in the integrity and well-being of marriage, and to write it off as if it were a purely a religiously significant action and not an institution and action that has a profound public significance, would be a terrible mistake." Read more....

Isn't it time Kmiec's bishop took action against this man's pretense to be Catholic? His statements become ever more scandalous as he shills for liberalism. Meanwhile he postures as a Catholic helping to undermine the faith and put people on the "primrose path of dalliance." Kmiec is working hard with other cafeteria Catholics from Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good to separate true morality from government while they endorse socialism. If they are successful, when America is under the jackboot of institutionalized immorality (we're already there in many areas), who will be able to withstand the tyrant's rod?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"It does not profit a man to forfeit his soul for the whole world, but...for Wales?"

Anonymous said...

I don't know which is more heartbreaking. Watching our once God-blessed country destroy itself in record time, or seeing how our Catholic bishops and laity are making the worst compromises imaginable. O stupid Galatians. Will someone please spell out specifically for me what the prize is? Health care? Illegal immigrant rights? Just what is this all about? Where are they going with this justice and peace stuff?