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LIBERALS IN MEDIA ASSAULT CATHOLICS AND GODLY PEOPLE-- Eugene Delgaudio calls it "relentless vomit at moral authority like possessed souls wretching"

Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate responds to disgusting assaults against Catholics and Godly people by CNN and "comedian" Bill Maher with this statement:

"CNN and Maher hurl relentless vomit at moral authority like possessed souls wretching."

Media Research Center reports "On Monday night, CNN's Erin Burnett badgered the Catholic church to change its doctrine and accept birth control, gay marriage, and women priests. All day long on Monday, CNN asked if the church was going to change with the times but Burnett was blatant in her push for liberalization of doctrine."

"Isn't it time for the church, which is supposed to be an inclusive, generous, giving organization, to move ahead on gay rights?" she asked her guest a loaded question. When he answered no, she hit back, "Even if they [gay people] love each other, isn't the Catholic Church supposed to be about love?"

That was only the beginning of Burnett's liberal barrage.

Read more at:

http://beta.mrc.org/biasalerts/cnn-hammers-catholic-church-change


This is an account of Bill Maher's recent appearence on television with Conan O'Brien, and the unfortunate things he said.

Noel Sheppard of Lifenews says "There clearly is no limit to Bill Maher's depravity."

On TBS's Conan Tuesday, the comedian beloved by the liberal media said that Catholic priests would use birth control if altar boys could get pregnant (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):

Not surprisingly during his discussion with Maher, host Conan O'Brien brought up the announcement earlier this week that the Pope was resigning.

What a marvelous topic for a man who in 2008 said the Pope "used to be a Nazi" and is the leader of a "child-abusing religious cult."

Read more at:

http://www.lifenews.com/2013/02/13/bill-maher-priests-would-ok-birth-control-if-altar-boys-got-pregnant/

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