The Brilliance of MA Senate Candidate Coakley … Tells Emergency Room Catholics to Find New Work
The religious tolerance of the LEFT …
Martha Coakley foolishly attacks Catholics in Massachusetts. Don’t worry Martha, it’s not like Boston is a college town either.
Here is just yet another reason why Democrat Senate candidate Martha Coakley has no business running for the Massachusetts Senate seat. Democrat Martha Coakley attacked Catholics on their faith from an interview yesterday with WBSM radio talk show host Ken Pittman.
From The Catholic News Agency, Mass. Senate candidate’s remarks show threat to Catholics’ freedoms, critics say.
Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate Martha Coakley has come under fire for saying pro-life medical workers with conscientious objections to some treatments “probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.” One critic said her remarks are a “wake-up call” about the threats to the religious freedom of orthodox Catholics.
Coakley, a Democrat and Massachusetts Attorney General, is seeking to fill the former seat of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy. Recently her campaign has targeted her Republican opponent, state senator Scott Brown, for proposing an amendment to 2005 state legislation which mandated the provision of emergency contraception to victims of sexual assault.
Brown’s amendment, which was defeated, would have provided conscience protections for medical workers “to the extent that contraception conflicts with a sincerely held religious belief.”
Any other foolish things does the Democrat candidate like to say? What’s next she going to say something against the Red Sox?
Posted January 15, 2010 by Scared Monkeys
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