US pro-life leader sees anti-Catholic strategy in Supreme Court fight
Washington, Jan. 04 (CWNews.com) - An American pro-life leader has charged that liberal politicians are engaging in "Catholic-bashing" in their opposition to Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.
Father Thomas Euteneuer, the president of Human Life International, denounced "the unrelenting campaign waged by many Senate Democrats, some of whom claim to be Catholics themselves, against Catholic judicial nominees."
Father Euteneuer charged that groups such as People for the American Way, Moveon.org, and the Alliance for Justice have adopted a strategy of attacking the Catholic faith as a means of rousing opposition to the Supreme Court appointment...
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Wednesday, January 4, 2006
Anti-Catholicism Fueling Supreme Court Fight
As the fight for the U.S. Supreme Court gets heated up, anti-Catholic sentiments are being cemented within the liberal establishment. Already major media networks have launched a full scale assault on Christianity in general, and the Catholic Church in particular. The intent is to incite anti-Catholic sentiments in public opinion, in the hope of bolstering the leftist campaign against Judge Sam Alito's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. Many opinion writers have already pointed out that if Judge Sam Alito is confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, the majority of justices will be Catholic. The mere suggestion of such a possibility sends shivers down the spines of liberal relativists who worship at the alter of Roe v. Wade. Indeed, politics makes strange bedfellows when U.S. liberals find themselves in the same camp as American racists and klansmen, who equally would prefer not to see another Catholic on the U.S. Supreme Court. Ironic, isn't it?