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Obama Propaganda Catholics (sic) for Obama wanted to hold a rally but only 45 people showed up so they had a group discussion.
Catholic News Agency reported, via FOX Nation:

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    1. KingMidget,

      Once again this a classic example of how you fumble in pointing out ‘Your fabricated facts’ in the midst of ‘simple obvious truths’.

      The post I had re-blogged had clearly identified a session that was hosted by known Obama supporters within the Catholic church, which they had try to disguise as “Political awareness discussion session”.

      The post said; “Obama Propaganda Catholics (sic) for Obama wanted to hold a rally but only 45 people showed up so they had a group discussion”.

      He said the Catholic News Agency reported, via FOX Nation:

      “The Obama campaign attempted to schedule a rally-like event on a Catholic university campus in the key swing state of Colorado before settling on a dialogue with a co-chair of Catholics for Obama.”

      Please note ATTEMPTED!

      “Their original intent was to have more of a rally element to it,” said Paul Alexander, director of Regis University’s Institute for the Common Good, which hosted the event.

      “We just felt we couldn’t do a rally, but we felt a healthy dialogue among Catholics (sic) was important.”

      The post went on to say;
      “About 45 people attended the Oct. 25 dialogue and small group discussion with Catholics (sic) for Obama national co-chair Nicholas P. Cafardi, a law professor and dean emeritus of Duquesne University School of Law.”

      And then cometh KingMidget with his FACTS about the same event. To discredit this simple truth you sent me to this link of the same event’s notice:

      “Catholic Social Teaching: The Intersection of Faith and Politics. Thursday, October 25, 2012. 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
      Regis University – Mountain View Room, St. Peter Claver, S.J. Hall”

      Oh so there was such a disguised session advertised?

      “Well-known legal scholar Nicholas P. Cafardi, professor and dean emeritus of Duquesne University School of Law in Pittsburgh, will speak at a dialogue hosted by the Institute on the Common Good at Regis University at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25. The dialogue, Catholic Social Teaching: The Intersection of Faith and Politics, will take place in the Mountain View Room located in Peter Claver Hall on the campus of Regis University. The event is free and open to the public. An open dialogue will follow Cafardi’s remarks, with everyone attending invited to participate in the discussion.

      “The Institute is heavily influenced by the tradition of Catholic social teaching, with a focus on the ideas that each person is made in the image of God; that giving a voice to the most vulnerable members of society is a key moral duty; and that society can only function if the fullest level of human rights are recognized, with members recognizing their rights and well as their responsibilities to their own welfare and the welfare of others.”

      Very heavy campaign stuff eh!.

      “These provide the core rationale for why we do the work that we do,” explains Paul Alexander, director.

      “Cafardi is a well-known commentator on the intersection of faith and politics. He holds numerous academic degrees, including a Ph.B. in philosophy from Gregorian University in Rome, a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and a doctorate in canon law from the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome. He has served as general counsel for the Diocese of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University, and is one of the foremost lay canon lawyers in the United States. Cafardi also is an acknowledged authority in the law of nonprofit, tax exempt organizations. His articles have appeared in America and Commonweal magazines, among others. His most recent work is Voting and Holiness, a collection of essays by Catholic scholars on Catholic participation in political life.

      That is an Obama kind of person, isn’t he?

      Now what does this prove & what lies has the initial blogger told concerning this event? He did say it was a failure as a rally.

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