Thursday, February 19, 2009

Get Ready...Here she comes!


It's not official yet, but fasten your seat belts.....

Washington, DC -- While House officials say President Barack Obama will name pro-abortion Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who has been criticized for refusing to limit late-term abortions, as the Secretary of the Health and Human Services Department.

Once official, her selection would add to Obama's growing pro-abortion record as president. Go here for the full story.

Obama advisors are already notifying the media that it will be Catholic In Name Only pro-abort Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius for Health Secretary and I am sure she will be thrilled to go -- more power, more prestige, more money, more power -- she's the "Tim Taylor" of politics -- I can hear the growling now. Not only will she be able to help late-term abortionist George Tiller murder more babies and more women, but she will be able to help all abortionists get away with murder and get off scott - free.

Hmm... I wonder when she'll be visiting the Pope.

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2 comments:

Bill said...

The only good thing about her, I do believe she has paid her taxes.

Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

I seem to recall that the Archbishop of Washington had said that it was up to politician's own local ordinaries to deny them communion in their diocesses.

Sebilus' bishop, Naumann, has done just that.

I wonder if Wuerl will back him up when Sebelius comes to town?