Sunday, August 29, 2004

Just wondering what y'all thought about the lovely little chaos going on in Manhattan, as well as the efforts of Republican mayors past and present to trip over themselves in their support of homosexuality, abortion, stem-cell research, and all that fun stuff. Fascinating really.


Blogger John Blacke said...

You have a great site dear. It always encourages me personally to know that young people like you are fighting the good fight. I'm gonna make sure to bookmark your site. Take care,


Post script: I too am sick of Moderate to Liberal Republicans like Bloomberg, McCain, Chaffe, Snowe and Julianni - just to name a few. In my opinion, if you're pro-abortion you're not a Republican and absolutely not a Catholic.

6:05 PM  
Blogger John Blacke said...

Sorry I called you "dear" Squach, I thought you were female til I read your profile just a sec ago. Take care,


6:11 PM  
Blogger Alex said...

In reference to calling our Dear Mr. Solimano 'dear,'...well, I don't find it particularly condescending or emasculating. Then again, I'm not in his shoes. My shoes are in Florida, while his are in New York. And let's give a shout-out, shall we, to the Grand Old Party for sticking by their collective guns and not removing the Right-To-Life plank from their platform. Oorah. And shame on the Democrats for politicising it in the first place. I don't remember it saying anything in the Preamble about having the right to life, so long as you're a fully-developed, 'forward'-thinking Democrat. But I'm drifting away.

On an unrelated note, check out my LJ in the near future for pictures of the Ave Maria University campus, opening Mass, and anything else I take a picture of between now and when I post them.

Venga Su reino, peoples! And God love you.

1:41 PM  
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