Bill Donohue Kicks it into the open
The two women brought to the Edwards campaign long cyber trails in the incendiary language of the blogosphere. Other campaigns are likely to face similar controversies as they try to court voters using the latest techniques of online communication.
Ms. Marcotte wrote in December that the Roman Catholic Church’s opposition to the use of contraception forced women “to bear more tithing Catholics.” In another posting last year, she used vulgar language to describe the church doctrine of the Immaculate Conception.
She has also written sarcastically about the news media coverage of the three Duke lacrosse players accused of sexual assault, saying: “Can’t a few white boys sexually assault a black woman anymore without people getting all wound up about it? So unfair.”
Above all his violent psychopathy against prolifers, he writes:
Didn't Jesus say something about forgiveness? Loving thy neighbor? Can some one point out to me where hate is a value discussed in the Gospels?
This type of hate scares me. When I hear about it - I think back to a time in the 1930's in a place called Germany. We can do better in America and we should demand just that.
Could it be schizophrenia?
Whatever it is, Eric McFadden, is now hosting a blog under the name of "Eamon".
Eamon is the name of a musician with profane, vulgar, demeaning, sexually violent lyrics (which can be (found here WARNING - RATED XX FOR PROFANITY AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN)
Politicians hiring McFadden, Marcotte, McEwan to intimidate Catholics is an escalation in audacity.
These politicians and initiatives are counting on our silence in the public square.
They are sadly mistaken.