Part 2 of 6 – Why Rick Santorum is the Enemy of America

29 Feb

This is part 2 of a 6 part series on Rick Santorum. The material for the articles grows daily as Rick campaigns. Almost every day he supplies America with new and excellent reasons why he must not be elected to the White House. “He who has ears to hear let him hear.”

PART 2, THE CULT OF RICK

Let those among us who are religious and those of us who are not pause collectively to consider the gravity of the specter of millions of Christians trying to destroy their own country.

It’s Wednesday morning, February 29, 2012 and civilized, liberty-loving America is breathing  a collective sigh of relief that the Constitution of this embattled nation has withstood another swing, however weak yet, of the Religious Right’s Rick Santorum wrecking ball. Michigan and Arizona both voted for Mitt Romney, and  awarded him most of the delegates that  were up for grabs last night. The real victor for America is that Rick Santorum only garnered about 14 delegates on the night.

And yet again, the people who did vote for Santorum, who awarded him the delegates he did get, are misguided Christians.

These Christians somehow gloss over the fact that Santorum hates the Constitution of their own country. This week, he told Americans that the separation of Church and State, the backbone of the Constitution and thus of America, makes him want to ‘throw up’. http://www.hlntv.com/article/2012/02/27/santorum-says-kennedys-separation-church-state-makes-me-want-throw?hpt=hp_t2

Paradoxically, the Constitution has guarded him impartially, faithfully, and overseen his personal freedom since the time he was born. There is much in that to show the grace of Christ for a sinner. The unmerited, constant, watchful, entreating, grace of Christ.

Why Santorum should hate the Constitutional pillar of his own personal liberty is a point tied to his very religious identity, the Pope-god he bows to, the traditions he holds, the god he serves. He himself may be unaware of all the many, many differences between himself and an American who loves America. He thinks, perhaps, that he is a real American, even. He may not fully know that he identifies himself with an institution of intellectual and spiritual slavery  – or that he cannot stand for liberty and justice because he does not know them.

He has blasted the media, both conservative and liberal, who question his statements on the separation of Church and State, the comments of John F. Kennedy, women’s rights, morality, the law, contraception, free choice and thinking, etc. The questions make him angry. He is irritated at being called to explain. That should be a warning sign to the American people. It is imperious. It’s very papal.

The media questions are sometimes misdirected, though, as in one nevertheless artful piece I read entitled “Would Santorum Put the Bible Over the Constitution”. You can read it here: http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/28/opinion/obeidallah-santorum-church-state/index.html?hpt=hp_c2

Like the author of that article, many are concerned that Santorum would put the Bible over the Constitution of the United States. When JFK ran for President though the big question was whether he would put what the Pope says over the Constitution. That should still be the question in Americans’ minds today.

Santorum is not in any danger of putting the Bible over the Constitution. He does not adhere to the Bible and he does not draw his beliefs from it. He says he does, yes. That is what Catholic candidates say to American Christians if he wants votes. But if he did adhere, he would not take “mass”, confess his sins to a man, believe the pope is God on earth, pray to Mary, believe in the apostolic succession of the Catholic church, believe that condoms are evil…  Even though there is no danger the Bible will be above the Constitution in a Santorum Presidency, there is no doubt that Santorum would and does put Catholic dogma, tradition, superstition and papal direction over the Constitution. If a man can put tradition over the Word of God, which Santorum does, it is nothing to put tradition over the Constitution of a country.

This is not unusual. It’s just Catholicism.

In Dei Verbim, one of the principal documents of the Vatican counsel and literally meaning “Word of God”, Pope Paul IV made clear that Catholic holy tradition is just as great an authority as the Bible. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dei_Verbum Or, in other words, that what the Pope, a man, says, is equal to the word of God.

In practice and where there is conflict between the Bible and tradition, ‘holy’ tradition takes precedence over the Bible for Catholics. Catholics didn’t like the second commandment of the Ten Commandments, so they got rid of it, and kept worshipping their idols. They didn’t like the Sabbath, so they changed the day of worship to Sunday. They didn’t like liberty of conscience (see Romans chapter 14, for example) so they say there is no such thing – Pope Gregory even called freedom of conscience a “delirium”, that it is an “absurd and erroneous maxim that” everyone should have it, and said that, “there is no doubt that they who do not profess the Catholic Faith and maintain it whole and inviolate will be eternally lost.” How do those statements sound to your Christian ears, America? Can there be any doubt that Santorum agrees with them?

Distilled in its simplest form – the Catholic church is against a person’s right, their God Given Right according to the Declaration of Independence, to believe as his or her conscience dictates. And now it is using Rick Santorum to say it to America.

I wonder if America is listening. Do they catch the steady tread of events? Or are democrats the only ones who get it so far? They turned out to vote for Santorum in Michigan big time last night, believing that a Santorum nomination will help Obama’s re-election.

They believe only a lunatic would vote for Santorum if he faces off against Obama for the Presidency.

My point for this article is simply this:

It is law which defines a government. It is law that protects a nation.

The Catholic Popes tried to change the very law of God, written in stone. There should be no doubt in any American’s mind that it desires to destroy the liberty of conscience enshrined in the parchment Constitution of the United States. Benedict the 16th is no different than Paul IV. He hates freedom of conscience, too. He thinks it is a delusion that everyone in America should have the right to believe according to his or her conscience.

The Constitution is parchment. It’s not stone. But I believe the Constitution of the United States is Divinely Inspired, shaped by God to guard every man, woman and child in America, be they of whatever color, rich or poor, believer or non-believer. And I believe, nay, I know, for he has said so himself, that Rick Santorum would tear it down and replace it with the dogma, superstition, tradition, and paganism of his Catholic overlord, the Pope of Rome.

“He who has ears to hear, let them hear”, as Jesus said. Does America have ears to hear in this, her hour of crisis?

I am including the below controversial article by Larry Doyle, on the subject of the cult of Rome. If you think Mitt Romney the Mormon is weird (he is), you need to take a new look at Catholicism. Enjoy.

Next Week Part III of Why Santorum is the Enemy of America

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/larry-doyle/the-jesuseating-cult-of-r_b_1296358.html

THE JESUS EATING CULT OF RICK SANTORUM

By Larry Doyle

It’s time to take a good hard look at Rick Santorum’s faith.

Many of you will be shocked to learn what our possible future president believes, who he answers to, the bloody jihads his so-called church has carried on for centuries, and its current role as the tactical arm of the North American Man-Boy Love Association.

As a former member of same sect (an Irish-Catholic, the worst kind), I have read the texts, participated in the rites, and even seen behind the curtain, as it were, as a one-time altar boy, so help me. I managed to escape, but then, Santorum is in much deeper than I ever was.

Unlike Christians, Santorum and his fellow Roman Catholics participate in a barbaric ritual dating back two millennia, a “mass” in which a black-robed cleric casts a spell over some bread and wine, transfiguring it into the actual living flesh and blood of their Christ. Followers then line up to eat the Jesus meat and drink his holy blood in a cannibalistic reverie not often seen outside Cinemax.

Roman Catholics like Santorum take their orders from “the Pope,” a high priest who, they believe, chats with God. Santorum has made no secret of his plans to implement his leader’s dicta on allowed uses of vaginas and anuses, but has said little about what additional dogma he will be compelled to obey. Will child killers and terrorists go unexecuted on the Pope’s say-so? Will we be able to conduct our wars as we see fit, or only the “just” ones? If Santorum is a good Catholic, and he appears to be among the very best, our real president with be Benedict XVI (a “former” Nazi, by the way).

Santorum has also remained silent on his religious organization’s various reigns of terror, in which good protestants and others were tortured and killed in imaginatively grisly ways. Even more chilling is a possible connection between the Roman Catholic Church pedophile program and NAMBLA, which I discovered after conducting some research on the internet.

Ordinarily I would be loathe to discuss all this, feeling that issues of faith and religion should be kept out of politics. But it’s far too late for that, and I have an obligation to expose this phony theology that threatens to supplant Christianity as our official national religion.

Need I remind you that only once in our great history has a Roman Catholic been elected president, and how tragically it ended?

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