On “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace not only interviewed Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington DC, but asked him about the MRC’s finding that the broadcast network evening news shows only gave the Catholic lawsuits against Obamacare 19 seconds of air time.
He asked: “I don’t know if you’ve heard this, but it you haven’t, I’ll inform you. What do you make of the fact that the broadcast networks have spent a grand total of 19 seconds this week on their evening newscasts – 19 seconds covering the lawsuits by the 43 Catholic organizations. What do you make of that?” (cut)
WUERL: I think we have to take a look at this in the much larger picture and certainly people have their own mindset when they comment on an issue. That’s one of the reasons why we will continue to say to our people the issue is religious liberty. Read more: here
It’s also one of the bigger issues to come along in many years – and yet the majority of the bias news media, who still tout their unbiased objectivity, are choosing not to mention it. They know it wouldn’t be good for Obama to report the facts that our governemnt is being sued by the Catholic church.
So where are all the liberals screaming “separation of church and state”? They beat that drum whenever they see a cross or nativity scene on public property. Yet they’re all strangely quiet now. It could be no one in the news is reporting that or it could be they’re hatred of those you have an appreciation of God and godly issues has become crystal clear. It’s not about a cross nor nativity scene – it’s about their hatred of God.
We’re rapidly losing our freedom, especially under this regime who’s whole goal has been to give tax money to it’s ‘friends’ and punish it’s enemies Those ‘enemies’. They’re hate of oil is punishing all Americans. They’re hate of capitalism is strangling the economy and economic freedom.
Our only hope is to vote this ugly regime out of office and dare I say, pray, for God’s grace a little longer on this struggling nation. Either that or give up and find ways to mutter more quietly about government oppression and find ways to be thankful for those 2 free beets a day, provided by our benevolent government.