Posted by: Christine Johnson | October 7, 2008

I’m Anti-Racist, but I Support David Duke

How do you even respond to this kind of logic?

‘I’m Catholic, staunchly anti-abortion, and support Obama

By tfox

Well, if you’re Bill Donahue, you write this:

I’m Catholic, Staunchly Anti-Racist, and Support David Duke
by William Donohue   

The following is a tongue-in-cheek reply to Nick Cafardi’s article, “I’m Catholic, Staunchly Anti-Abortion, and Support Obama.”
I believe racism is an unspeakable evil, yet I support David Duke, who is pro-racism. I do not support him because he is pro-racism, but in spite of it. Is that a proper choice for a committed Catholic?
As someone who has worked with minorities all his life, I answer with a resounding yes. Despite what some say, the list of what the Catholic Church calls “intrinsically evil acts” does not begin and end with racism. In fact, there are many intrinsically evil acts, and a committed Catholic must consider all of them in deciding how to vote.
Last November, the U.S. bishops released “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship,” a 30-page document that provides several examples of intrinsically evil acts: abortion, euthanasia, embryonic stem-cell research, torture, racism, and targeting noncombatants in acts of war.

I recommend reading the rest.
hat tip: Jay


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