Denver's Arch Bishop Charles Chaput says it so much better than I ever could!
Chaput, who has written a book on his views, "Render Unto Caesar," noted that even before Obama was elected, he considered the now-president "the most committed 'abortion-rights' presidential candidate … since the Roe v. Wade abortion decision in 1973." He said Obama's campaign "removed any suggestion that killing an unborn child might be a regrettable thing." The result, he said, is that members of the church "owe no leader any submission or cooperation in the pursuit of grave evil." "In fact, we have the duty to change bad laws and resist grave evil in our public life, both by our words and our non-violent
actions," he said. "Second, in democracies, we elect public servants, not
messiahs. It's worth recalling that despite two ugly wars, an unpopular
Republican president, a fractured Republican party, the support of most of the American news media and massively out-spending his opponent, our new president actually trailed in the election polls the week before the economic meltdown."
I'm finding it SO HARD to even WATCH the news past the weather forecast... To read the entire article at World Net Daily go here.