This is sick and disgusting. If this is how the Obama campaign expects to garner supporters for the re-election, this is desperate…plain and simple.
The Obama caller then went back to her script, asking these clever questions:
1. How can you support a “Mormon” who does not believe in Jesus Christ?
2. What to you think about the “Nuns on the Bus” who support Obama?
Wow. Let’s look at how I would answer these questions.
My response to number 1: Why is this relevant to the election? The job market is tight and many people are unemployed. What is the Obama administration planning to do to address this issue? How about this…President Obama seems to be so focused on imposing a government mandate requiring that everyone has health insurance that covers contraceptive coverage. As a Catholic, my moral principles are under attack. What will Obama do if I refuse to take health insurance coverage? It seems like he would rather impose regulation after regulation on Americans, and this is in direct violation of our Constitutional liberties.
At this point of the conversation, I would fully expect to hear canned ham rhetoric on how this is contradictory to the Obama plan. Meanwhile, I would probably hear how Pope Benedict is wrong as well. Of course, the so-called Catholics for Obama would probably call me out for being a bad Catholic because I don’t hop-skip-jump for Obama.
Moving on to Question Two: What do the Nuns on the Bus for Obama have to do with prosperity? Again, I am forced to pay increased taxes to support wasteful government programs. Even more so, I am forced to go against my moral principles by submitting to ObamaCare. Meanwhile, aren’t these the same Nuns on the Bus that got in trouble with Pope Benedict for going against the teachings of the Catechism?
Again, I will probably hear canned talking points, instead of being addressed on the real issue that many Americans are facing: the Economy and how we are going to get people back into the workforce again.
Look, we have the choice. Do we re-elect the candidate who claims to be about hope and change, or do we elect a candidate who stands on principle and wants to get America back to work and repeal legislation that infringes on liberty?