Saturday, March 15, 2008

Catholics for McCain

Pro-Catholic imperialist and immigration-enthusiast John McCain has been actively and openly seeking "Catholic votes" around the country, and has just recently boasted of his swelling support from Catholics nationwide. He has been helped in this by the "Catholics for McCain" group he set up in 2007. Last week, McCain even publicly condemned "anti-Catholicism" [See news story "McCain rejects anti-Catholic views"].

The keen observer will note that a few short generations ago in this country, the opposite of the preceding would've been the order of the day. A candidate would be pressured to distance himself from any pro-Catholic views that had been attributed to his machine, and seek out protestant votes! In polls conducted in the 1930s, over 60% of U.S. Protestants said they would not support a Catholic for president.

What has changed? Protestants have lost relative power to say the least. And though there are still 130 million or so white-protestants in the country, they no longer control this country. Some of them have turned to the heavily-media-promoted bizarre postmodern perversion of Christianity known as dispensationalist "evangelicalism". [This movement can be explained by Protestant loss of cultural confidence in the 20th century. As they witnessed their people lose power, they decided to latch on to those groups perceived to be on the upswing. Which explains why they are so strongly in favor of Judaism (a poisonously anti-Christian religion peopled by strange-looking Middle Easterners who work against American interests and have tendencies for promoting cultural degeneracy), why they are generally pro-Catholic, and why they do not oppose alien immigration in any serious way.]

McCain's friends
Speaking of "Evangelicals", the odious 'Pastor' Hagee (a Christian in name only), has endorsed McCain. Both Hagee and McCain are loved by Jewish ethnic-activists for their history of magnanimous cooperation therewith. John McCain is also a big favorite of leftists and Hispanics, for various reasons.

John McCain: A man driven by the desire to make his country less white-protestant and launch foreign wars to spread our empire; A man who is loved by Catholics, Jews, communists, nonwhites, and George Bush. "Only in America"?


Pair of pro-Catholic stooges embrace one another
Yes, his good friend and ideological doppelganger George Bush also recently endorsed him.

And as for that 'National Catholics for McCain' group mentioned earlier?
A coalition of Catholic leaders from across America today announced their support for John McCain for president. U.S. Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) and former Governor Frank Keating (R-OK) will serve as the National Co-Chairs of Catholics for McCain.

“As Catholics, we are proud to announce our support for John McCain, a genuine American hero with a conservative record who has what it takes to lead this country,” said U.S. Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS), National Co-Chair of Catholics for McCain.

Former Governor Frank Keating (R-OK), also National Co-Chair of Catholics for McCain said, “John McCain can uniquely appeal to Catholics with his strong, 24-year pro-life record, his stand for traditional values and school choice, his proven leadership in defending America, and his demonstrated ability to appeal to independent-minded voters. These are exactly the type of qualities that Catholic voters will be looking for in 2008.”
Note that the group was formed in 2007, back when six or more candidates were still in the race, and McCain was running third or fourth in polls. So, these are not bandwagon-jumpers. Note further Brownback's words: "As Catholics, we support McCain." Not as Americans, Republicans, old white men, baseball fans, or Congressmen. As Catholics. McCain's values and ideology are something that genuinely get Catholic politicos particularly excited, "as Catholics". Why is that, we might ask? Could it be his fanatical support for amnestying as many [mainly Roman Catholic] illegal immigrants as possible and his plans to increase immigration? His "conservatism" [a Catholic movement for the past several decades]? His opposition to American nationalism?

Yes, it seems The Maverick(tm) dances to the piping of many different flutes, and seems to particularly like the tune emanating from Rome.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a typical protestant. You hate anyone who isn't white and protestant.

March 17, 2008 6:11 PM  
Blogger Protestant said...

The USA is white-protestant in basis. Anyone who works towards universalizing a nation (thus destroying its core ethnoreligious stock, and the culture thereof) is much more hateful or spiteful than someone motivated by simple self-preservation instinct.

March 29, 2008 5:58 AM  
Blogger Armed With Knowledge said...

an excellent point, protestant.

March 08, 2009 9:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You and your, "White and protestant is best!" ideas sicken me. You are nothing but a bunch of holier-than-thou idiots who hate true christians. Pharisees!!!

March 13, 2011 1:37 AM  

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