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Wednesday, October 13, 2004

More of What the MSM (Mainstream Media) Won’t Show or Tell

Since we’ve been having several discussions lately about why "pro-choice" and "true Catholic" really don't go together, with some of our readers who wondered why I don’t consider John Kerry to be one, I felt this was valuable news to share.

Especially check out the second part of this seminarian's story, with the photo of the post-abortive woman and her sign.

As Em said recently, "we're everywhere."

Shades of Rebecca Porter, who received no remorse or apology from Kerry or his people…and then too, the little 3-year-old girl whose sign was ripped up by a laughing Kerry supporter whose union later apologized for him (that apology was originally here, but has been removed. Fortunately, I saved the screenshot [click it open in a separate window to read it clearly])

Apology from International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Posted by Hello

Guess Kerry didn’t want a Steubenville Redux, either (scroll down to "KERRY HITS THE WRONG OHIO TOWN").

Senator Kerry, these folks even had a letter from the ACLU saying they had a constitutional right to be there.

Also there was this admission: “…a gentleman claiming to be a secret service agent (although I have my doubts) came and conceded that legally the could not keep us or the signs out of the event, but that the Kerry/Edwards people decided that we should not bring them in.”

“I informed [the police] that since this was a public event and we had tickets that they had no right to deny us access. They assured me that they could and would deny us access.”

These peaceful protesters were even willing to lay down their signs and remain silent the entire time. They told this to the police official in charge and to numerous Kerry staffers.

The police’s response? “They informed me [the seminarian] that I had two options. To be escorted out peacefully or forcefully.”

So they went outside peacefully.

This isn’t the first, or second, or third or even the fourth time Senator Kerry and/or his staff and/or supporters have done this sort of thing.

Yet when Kerry supporters protest his opponent, this is what we hear and see: “Republican murderers go home and kill your babies!" and “Bitch, go home! We don't want you here!" and about 60 protester arrests.

Thanks to Earl Appleby of the Times Against Humanity blog for the heads-up on this (scroll down to “Catholics Need Not Apply”)

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