And, really, are attacking Mormons in total (via Gateway Pundit)
(Catholic.org) The head of a pro-life committee at a parish I know just received a call from the Obama campaign. The caller asked for her daughter by name, and when she was not there then asked where she could be contacted. Her mother responded by telling the Obama supporter, “not to waste her time as my daughter is supporting the pro-life candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.”
When the caller hesitated and acted surprised, the mother, a staunch pro-life Catholic, said:
“My daughter is a practicing Catholic and would never cast a vote for a pro-abortion, pro-same sex marriage, pro-embryonic stem cell research, pro-euthanasia candidate who supported the HHS mandate that will take away religious freedoms from Catholic hospitals, Catholic charities, and Catholic institutions.”
The Obama supporter then launched into her “canned response” and started reading from her call script: “Well, I am a practicing Catholic, and I strongly support President Obama.” The mother then asked her if she was “familiar with the Pope’s five “non-negotiables.”‘ The Obama supporter had no idea what she was talking about and explained that it was only the Pope’s “opinion” to ban the use of contraception.
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?
The mother replied, “How can you support a man who supports the killing of innocent pre-born children for all nine months?”
No one should be surprised at the attacks on Mormonism, Democrats have been doing this ever since it looked like Mitt Romney would come out as the winner of the GOP primaries. Liberals self describe as “tolerant” and “compassionate” and “for everyone”, but, as we all know, anyone and any group is fair game in order to get a Democrat elected.
We also know that Democrats will ditch their supposed faith in a heartbeat in order to prop up their political religion.