Apr 24, 2013

No Pro-Life/Pro-Family Candidate for US Senate this Tuesday

Boy Scouts are poised to allow openly homosexual members, please stand up for family values and urge them not to cave in to the homosexual lobby on this culture war issue

Apr 27 Sat 9am prayers on the sidewalk followed by 10am Mass to save babies with Fr. Ken Cardinale, Problem Pregnancy Chapel

Apr 30 Tue – Primary Election for U.S. Senator.
It has just been pointed out to me (I should have known) by Operation Rescue Boston and Massresistance that there really are no Pro-Life, Pro-Family candidates for the Massachusetts Senate Seat vacated by John Kerry.

Mike Sullivan has chased out all TEA Party and Pro-Life, Pro-Traditional Marriage supporters who helped him gather his candidate signatures, has surrounded himself with radical pro-homosexual, anti-DOMA, haters of Traditional values

Gabe Gomez is a new kind of Republican, a Democrat who donated to Obama’s campaign

Ed Markey is to the Left of everyone, and supports Marriage of himself with Planned Parenthood Steve Lynch was actually a Pro-Life Democrat 25 years ago, but running for National Office while a Democrat means embracing certain positions.

What to do? There are a lot of people who believe in voting for the lesser of two (or three) evils. We think that reasoning is flawed and just leads to an overall shift to the left. On Tuesday, we intend to go into the voting booth and hand in a blank ballot. We suggest you consider doing the same. It sends a good message.

Sorry for the earlier recommendation of Sullivan, and the confusion.

May 3 Fri 8pm 1st Friday Mass with Fr. Dan Becker, followed by all night adoration Scheduled Adorers 8:30 PM – Nina T. 9PM - Chris T. 10PM - Julie S - Paul T. 11PM - Eileen D, 12 AM midnight – Shawn, 1AM - Jim R 2AM – Fran W 3AM – Jay G 4AM – Jay G. 5AM – Fred M - Bob D 6:00 – Need Coverage 7AM – Kathy L. Let me know if you cannot cover your hour.
May 4 Sat 8am 1st Saturday Mass with Fr. Roy
May 4 Sat 11am-1pm 1st Sat Devotion, Confession and Mass at St. Joan of Arc Church on Lincoln St. in Worcester

May 11 Sat Mass 10am with prayers on the sidewalk.
May 18 Sat 8am Mass to save babies with Fr. Adam Reid in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel, 495 Pleasant St. Worc, followed by Sidewalk prayerful protest in front of Planned Parenthood.
May 18 Sat 8am Mass and Rosary to end abortion at Framingham Union Hospital, St. Stephen's Church.

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May 25 Sat 9am prayers on the sidewalk followed by 10am Mass to save babies with Fr. Ken Cardinale, Problem Pregnancy Chapel

Jay G.
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JayG said...

-----Original Message-----
From: bill.orboston@gmail.com [mailto:bill.orboston@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Bill Cotter - OR:Boston
Sent: Monday, Apr 29, 2013 10:50 AM
To: Editor - Boston Rescuer
Subject: Tuesday Primary - Part 2

As you may know, tomorrow [Tuesday Apr 30] is the primary for the senate seat. Four of the five running are overtly pro-abortion: Democrats Markey and Lynch, and Republicans Winslow and Gomez.

Republican Mike Sullivan professes to be pro-life, but also opposes the Defense of Marriage Act.

After sending the email with Brian Camenker's commentary, I received some feedback that you may want to consider prior to voting.

I spoke with State Representative Jim Lyons, whose wife Bernadette many of you may know since she has been a sidewalk counselor for many years. Jim is also a dedicated pro-lifer and said his whole reason for seeking public office is to advance the Culture of Life, which he believes is possible even in this state, though it will be a slow and difficult process.

Jim said he is also disappointed in Mike Sullivan's non-support of DOMA and some other things pointed out in Brian's email about Sullivan. But he is also adamant in his belief that Mike Sullivan will be a pro-life senator based upon his extensive conversation with him.

Another person commented that Mike Sullivan has maintained his pro-life position despite numerous opportunities to negate it during the campaign.


On another vital matter, we had two women decide against abortion Saturday, one in Brookline and one at Planned Parenthood. Total for year: 26.

-- Bill Cotter

JayG said...

It's a tough decision, and I apologize if I have contributed to the confusion. Certainly a case can be made either way, so please do not feel bad, and if he wins I may still vote for him in the General Election

Perhaps I am fatigued by the republican stealth involved in getting any Pro-Life candidate elected.

Perhaps if someone had counseled Mike to pick on one single weakness of the allegedly Pro-Choice side, for example change the subject from Roe v. Wade to Doe v. Bolton.

Most of the country is uncomfortable with the concept of late abortions (though most hard hearted people cannot even begin to hear of it). If Mike asked questions instead of trying to defend his Pro-Life position by diffusion, he could turn the tables. When I hear his responses to the WGBH crowd it almost sounds to me like he does not want to upset the abortion apple cart.

If someone could tell Mike to change the subject every time abortion comes up, and ask two simple questions;

1. Would the Pro-Choicers accept a compromise of overturning Doe instead of Roe - that is, should we as a Nation disallow abortions after 18 weeks because the mother's health; which includes her family size, and her feelings. Why hasn't the so-called Pro-Choice side offered any compromise. Their only compromise has been a loophole.

2. If abortion is such a lightning rod, why are the so-called Pro-Choice people pushing tax funding of abortion?

where's the compromise on the Pro-Choice abortion side?

sorry for ranting.

Update from Bill Cotter below.

Jay G
-----Original Message-----
On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 9:19 PM, Bill Cotter - OR:Boston wrote:
I got more email feedback regarding Michael Sullivan.

Here are some links to Michael Sullivan in his own words on video, along with print commentary:


-- Bill Cotter