Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Schakowsky on Christian churches: "None of the American people follow that"

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), who nominally represents me in Congress, let her extreme secular-progressive roots show last week on Ed Schultz' left-wing radio show last week.

Schakowsky--Stanley Kurtz wrote she had a "socialist background" in Radical-In-Chief--surrounds herself with an echo chamber of fellow leftists. She lives in Evanston, one of the most liberal towns in America. Her husband, ex-con Robert Creamer, is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post.

So it should be no surprise she is attacking faith in regards to ObamaCare's contraception and abortion pill mandate in the unpopular legislation.

"And you know what, the case is closed, too," Schakowsky said. "There is no controversy around contraceptives for almost 100 percent of Americans. Y'know there is a few, some in the Catholic Church and maybe some other evangelical churches--I don't know--that think that it's wrong, but none of the American people follow that."


Also, the 98-percent-of Catholic-women-use-birth control mantra is debunked here.

Schakowsky is simply declaring what she thinks. I give her credit for honesty.

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Lib Dem Schakowsky on Keystone XL: "Twenty thousand jobs is really not that many"

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