Why am I not surprised?

Update from  Townhall.com: Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer (D.-Calif.) was the one who objected to the religious language. Brownback agreed to drop ‘human life’ from the resolution to appease pro-choice Democrats. Consequently, the Senate adopted the resolution Wednesday afternoon.

Update with My 2-cents:  Barbara Boxer….it figures!

Democrats Block Resolution to Commend Pope

More of that tolerant left — at least one Democrat Senator objects to these words in the resolution regarding faith in America:

“Whereas Pope Benedict XVI has spoken approvingly of the vibrance of religious faith in the United States, a faith nourished by a constitutional commitment to religious liberty that neither attempts to strip our public spaces of religious expression nor denies the ultimate source of our rights and liberties”

“Whereas Pope Benedict XVI has spoken out for the weak and vulnerable, witnessing to the value of each and every human life;”

I am still hopeful that the Senator is dissing the statement on a minor technicality and not on its meaning (but I am not holding my breath)! 🙂


One Response

  1. Word is that it is Barbara Boxer. No surprise.

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