Hi am reposting this under a new title. Didn’t get much response the first time around. Let’s see if this helps.
Has moral character changed? Is moral character an abosolute? Take a look at this artcle from only as far back as 2995 regarding Tom Ridge, govenor of PA.
In comparison to this what do you think bo’s purpose was in keeping his invitation to NDU?
Written byPaul Kenger
Thursday May 14, 2009 13:56
"In May 1995, his first year as Pennsylvania governor, Tom Ridge was invited by Gannon University, a Catholic college in Erie, Pa., to give the commencement address and receive an honorary degree. But the distinguished Republican and native son had a problem: he was a pro-choice Catholic. Erie Bishop Donald Trautman expressed his “concerns.” Governor Ridge declined the degree.“The last thing I would want is for those differences to distract in any way from this wonderful day of recognition for Gannon’s class of 1995,” said Ridge. His spokesman explained that the decision “came from the governor.”
Mr Kenger wrote on to suggest in quite clear tones, that the present POTUS does not have the same strength of character the PA Guv. Tom Ridge did.
I think this is clearly another indiction that bo is a divider, to any and all. This man is a thrreat to all we believe, not only as Catholics, but as U.S. citizens.
for more info. on the article by Paul Kenger go to the following: