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Is being a registered voter in the U.S. akin to offering a grain of incense to the false gods? The U.S. supports sơdơmy! How can a Catholic participate in and in any way legitimize such a regime?
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Is being a registered voter in the U.S. akin to offering a grain of incense
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2015, 10:47:16 PM »
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  • As a registered voter we can vote against this evil at every opportunity.


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    Is being a registered voter in the U.S. akin to offering a grain of incense
    « Reply #2 on: September 07, 2015, 02:58:46 AM »
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    As a registered voter we can vote against this evil at every opportunity.
    Which did absolutely nothing in California (cf. Proposition 8).
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    « Reply #3 on: September 07, 2015, 03:09:14 AM »
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    As a registered voter we can vote against this evil at every opportunity.
    Which did absolutely nothing in California (cf. Proposition 8).

    We have to keep at it.

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    « Reply #4 on: September 07, 2015, 04:11:01 AM »
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    As a registered voter we can vote against this evil at every opportunity.
    Which did absolutely nothing in California (cf. Proposition 8).

    We have to keep at it.


    Poche,

    Without Holy Mother the Church, sin will remain the law of the land. Without the Church, there is no hope whatsoever and to "keep at it" is futile, certainly there is absolutely no hope to "vote" sin out of the country or now, countries. Any victories won against the sin of sơdơm will only be short lived.

    Remember your catechism? Our Lord founded the Church to teach, govern, sanctify and save all men - no man or man made form of government can or even wants to do that, in fact without the Church, it's just the opposite as the Supreme Court demonstrated.

    Make no mistake about it, the Jew run media will sway the population to vote in the one they want in there - again.
    The Highest Principle in the Church: "We are first of all under obedience to God, and only then under obedience to man." - Fr. Hesse


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    « Reply #5 on: September 07, 2015, 04:23:05 AM »
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    As a registered voter we can vote against this evil at every opportunity.
    Which did absolutely nothing in California (cf. Proposition 8).

    We have to keep at it.


    Poche,

    Without Holy Mother the Church, sin will remain the law of the land. Without the Church, there is no hope whatsoever and to "keep at it" is futile, certainly there is absolutely no hope to "vote" sin out of the country or now, countries. Any victories won against the sin of sơdơm will only be short lived.

    Remember your catechism? Our Lord founded the Church to teach, govern, sanctify and save all men - no man or man made form of government can or even wants to do that, in fact without the Church, it's just the opposite as the Supreme Court demonstrated.

    Make no mistake about it, the Jew run media will sway the population to vote in the one they want in there - again.


    What we will need now is a constitutional ammendment that states that marriage is between one man and one woman.  

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    « Reply #6 on: September 07, 2015, 04:50:56 AM »
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  • No, that won't work even if passed, it stands no chance of happening without the Church.

    Remember your catechism, when the Church stops governing as it has, Satan governs. Satan's laws will not be amended without the Church.    

    You're denying that we are dealing with sin, for which the only remedy is through the Church, which is why you think it can be vetoed or otherwise voted out.

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    « Reply #7 on: September 07, 2015, 12:19:30 PM »
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    As a registered voter we can vote against this evil at every opportunity.


    In theory yes but in actuality, no.

    In the U.S., and throughout the western world, a voter chooses between the party of death or the party of death.

    In the U.S., Ms. Clinton cheers for abortion and wants it fully funded by our tax dollars.  On the other side, the Republicans like to talk about how they oppose abortion but they fund it too.  Job Bush, as president of the Bloomberg fund, oversaw 10 million dollars going to Planned Parenthood.  "W" saw back doors funds go to abortion providers during his presidency to the tune of almost two billion.

    Vote if you like to play pretend, but don't kid yourself.  As a Catholic, voting is one way of showing support.  We here at CathInfo are very knowledgeable and we may actually be held to account for our votes.

    If there was a Traditional Catholic who advocated a Catholic monarchy or at least a separate state for Catholics, I could vote for this candidate but does this candidate actually exist?



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    « Reply #8 on: September 07, 2015, 11:14:02 PM »
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  • The title was, "Is being a registered voter in the U.S. akin to offering a grain of incense, to the false gods?" The problem is thatwe live in a society that elects its officials. If we don't register to vote then this is an abdication from our responsabilities. Voting gives us the opportunity to mitigate the damage caused by those people who are inspired by the devil. Refusing to participate means that while others are advocating evil we are remaining silent. Then on the day of judgement God will ask us, "Why didn't you vote for what was right?" Why did you allow the evil to run amok?"

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    « Reply #9 on: September 08, 2015, 07:00:42 AM »
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    The title was, "Is being a registered voter in the U.S. akin to offering a grain of incense, to the false gods?" The problem is thatwe live in a society that elects its officials. If we don't register to vote then this is an abdication from our responsabilities. Voting gives us the opportunity to mitigate the damage caused by those people who are inspired by the devil. Refusing to participate means that while others are advocating evil we are remaining silent. Then on the day of judgement God will ask us, "Why didn't you vote for what was right?" Why did you allow the evil to run amok?"


    When the candidate sɛƖɛctıon is rotten vs. rotten, the voter is voting for rotten.  In the U.S., and especially at the presidential level the voter would be a participant in furthering evil.  Avoiding evil men is more true to Catholic doctrine than helping one form of evil defeat another form of evil.  Besides, Satan or one of his minions could be tricking trusting souls into voting for evil in the same way Masons bragged that some day bishops would march under the banners of Masons, as they do today.  

    Voting, as a practice, does give credence to the belief that man is the center of the universe and that man is his own creator, completely free from God.  Believing that voting will stop the devil encourages people to place more faith in politicians than in prayer.  So the "democratic man" will think he is not only powerful but not in need of supernatural assistance.  



     

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