Obama Might Not be for the Masses

One of the best ways to know you’re on track is by the reaction of your enemies.

Here’s what Obama had to say in Ireland yesterday…to Catholics.

If towns remain divided—if Catholics have their schools and buildings and Protestants have theirs, if we can’t see ourselves in one another and fear or resentment are allowed to harden—that too encourages division and discourages cooperation

Regarding the President offending Irish Catholics, one thing is true, Catholic Education is far from perfect.

I believe we need a better set of “Religion” text books.

Too many are penned by liberals.

I’ve even written to renowned Theologian/Apologist Scott Hahn, asking for his gang at St. Francis University in Steubenville to dive into the project.

No luck…I’m still praying.

But even without the best resources, Catholic School children, in general, are better adjusted than their counterparts, especially at the lower grades

Broken families make up the majority of the student population at the public schools in our community.

At least that’s what an expert under my roof says.

The opposite is true at our Parochial Schools.

Young children crave a mom and dad under one roof too.

Catholic school children are more likely being raised traditionally.

Obama’s comments, while in Ireland, criticizing Catholic Education, shouldn’t surprise.

I’d be more startled if he was complementary.

Remember, we’ve learned by his actions, he fears freedom and privacy for the masses.

That’s why we Catholics go to Masses…to learn how and where freedom comes from.

Maybe the President should stick to picking sides in Muslim conflicts...(Syria)…at least there he has Theologians he admires.

Don’t forget…he was a Muslim child…that’s his point of reference for a quality education.

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