Tuesday, July 08, 2003

"If God wanted us to vote, He would provide some candidates"

Venerable Dorothy of New York City was right.

I took that presidential selector quiz that Fr. Jim of Dappled Things posted, and got some, shall we say, rather interesting results. Me being me, I answered the questions in a straight pro-life, pro-human way, and set to high priority the most important prolife issues, like abortion, cloning, and access to health care. Here are the results:

1. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (100%)

2. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (74%)

3. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (73%)

4. Green Party Candidate (73%)

5. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (68%)

6. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (67%)

7. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (66%)

8. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (64%)

9. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (64%)

10. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (63%)

11. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (62%)

12. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (61%)

13. Socialist Candidate (59%)

14. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (59%)

15. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (58%)

16. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (57%)

17. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (54%)

18. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (49%)

19. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (47%)

20. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (43%)

21. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" AR - Democrat (42%)

22. Bayh, Senator Evan, IN - Democrat (41%)

23. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (36%)

24. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (30%)

25. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (25%)

26. Bush, George W. - US President (24%)

27. Libertarian Candidate (20%)

28. Buchanan, Patrick J. ­ Reform/Republican (15%)

29. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (14%)

30. Hart, Former Senator Gary, CO - Democrat (8%)

31. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (2%)

32. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (0%)

33. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (-7%)

The first candidate of the supposedly pro-life Republican Party is listed 25th, with a 25%. The Greens, roll eyeballs, are listed fourth. Dennis Kucinich, the new verbal convert to the abortion cause, is first; the makers of the survey must weight actual action above the verbiage exiting the mouth, and must figure that Mr. Kucinich's conversion to abortion fellow traveller to be about as real as Mr. Reagan's conversion to pro-life just before his presidential run way back when. [In 1980 I voted for McReynolds/Drufenbrock from the sewer-Socialists; there wasn't anybody else.]

May the Lord give us some candidates, please.......
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