Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Notre Dame's Delusional Popularity Contest

Today, Tuesday, July 22, 2014, Rasmussen Poll found
that voters strongly believe the United States is a more divided nation these days.  Most are also ready to do something about it at the ballot box in November.

Sixty-seven percent (67%) of Likely U.S. Voters say America is a more divided nation than it was four years ago. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just seven percent (7%) think the country is less divided now

Notre Dame should take note, since they were the ones most deluded into the "healing" magic of Obama.  It appears that the luck of the Irish is not with Father Jenkins.  Father Jenkins needs to be crawling to the American Catholic Church on hands and knees begging forgiveness for attempting to delude Americans into his twisted way of thinking.

"Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast your pearls before the swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn and rend you" (Matt. 7:6)


May 2009

Father Jenkins, President of Notre Dame University, believes in the enchanting magic of Obama. We look no further than his recent aggrandizing statements exalting the President with great bows of glowing praise. Entranced by Obama, Father Jenkins made these lofty statements on Obama's lucky "rainbow magic" without citing proof of even one accomplishment as evidence:

"inspiring this nation to heal its divisions of religion, culture, race and politics in the audacious hope for a brighter tomorrow." (1) 

"Mr. Obama has been a healer" (

Where is the evidence that earns Obama such words of adulation? This, and Fr. Jenkins' intent to dignify Obama with the tribute of an honorary degree (making Obama only the 
9th President in the university's 164 year old history to be elevated with such an honor) you'd think Fr. Jenkins and his staff believe that Obama is "changing the marshmallows into magical shapes and colors" - the resemblance is even there:

Fr. Jenkins stated in a letter to graduates of 2009: "The President’s visit to Notre Dame can help lead to broader engagement on issues". Not if all you're doing is enchanting pro-abortion politicians by handing out rare honorary degrees willy-nilly. And without even once publicly challenging Obama on abortion - not once! Perhaps Obama has converted Father Jenkins into believing that he too can change marshmallow orchards into magical shapes and colors. Studying Obama's 100 day track record, it's going to take more than "rainbow magic" to change Obama's view on abortion.

Hint to Fr. Jenkins: There are no leprechauns with pots of gold at the end of the rainbow.

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