"tough" questions Bernie should ask Laura Ingraham

"tough" questions Bernie should ask Laura Ingraham

Unread postby liverlips41 » Wed Aug 24, 2011 1:38 pm

Laura believes that "tough" questions should be asked when hosting a program and that too many times politicians et al. avoid such questions. Now, let me tell you what I'd love to hear from radio and T.V. personalities who claim they're a) Conservative, and b)Roman Catholic. Yes, it's time to bring religion into the fray. Why? Because for far too long, there have been many - and I mean, many - Roman Catholic media personalities and politicians who openly criticized Barack Obama's Socialist tendencies (and rightfully so, might I add), and yet, all have avoided any type of criticism concerning their own Church's Social Doctrine. So, it's time, it is time for these men and women (Hannity, Ingraham, Bill Cunningham, Bill Bennett, Bill O'Reilly, Michelle Malkin, Newt Gingrich, Brent Bozell, Paul Ryan, John Beohner, et al.) to answer "tough" questions, such as the following (Note, quoted material comes from the Social Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church:

Question 1: Do you accept Rome's plan in wealth redistribution globally, by “…making use of the new opportunities for the redistribution of wealth… to ensure a globalization in solidarity, a globalization without marginalization?" (363)

363 - “Looking after the common good means making use of the new opportunities for the redistribution of wealth among the different areas of the planet, to the benefit of the underprivileged that until now have been excluded or cast to the sidelines of social and economic progress. The challenge, in short, is to ensure a globalization in solidarity, a globalization without marginalization” (#363) – Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church (Google “Vatican.va and Compendium Social Doctrine”)

Question 2: Do you believe "those who do not have a job...immigrants [or] seasonal workers” should form unions which is clearly outlined in your Social Doctrine below? Furthermore, is it a coincidence that the AFL-CIO leader, Richard Trumpka, is a follower of Roman Catholicism and is only doing what his Church says according to its Social Doctrine below:

“…Today, unions are called to act in new ways, widening the scope of their activity of solidarity so that protection is afforded not only to the traditional categories of workers, but also to workers with non- standard or limited-time contracts, employees whose jobs are threatened by business mergers that occur with ever increasing frequency, even at the international level; to those who do not have a job, to immigrants, seasonal workers and those who, because they have not had professional updating, have been dismissed from the labour market and cannot be re- admitted without proper re-training.” (#308)

“…unions are called to act in new ways…so that protection is afforded not only to traditional categories of workers… but also to workers with non- standard or limited-time contracts…even at the international level; to those who do not have a job, to immigrants, seasonal workers”

Please Bernie, or someone who has guts, ask these "tough" questions to Ingraham, Hannity, Newt etc.
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Re: "tough" questions Bernie should ask Laura Ingraham

Unread postby Phinehas » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:58 pm

For the sake of argument, that your assessment of the Catholic church is correct, I think you are making a comparison between two organizations that have a fundamental difference. The government does not acquire it's weath and therfore the ability to redistribute weath, voluntarily.

A religious person can take their money and values to a different denomination or religion but there is only one American government.

As far as people answering an apparent contradiction between their politcal and religious ideologies, I think we should start with the politicians before looking at the pundits. The pundits don't create laws.
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