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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Will Dolan's Election Slow Down or Speed This Up?

2 Comments:

  • At 17/11/10 12:26 PM , Blogger Dad29 said...

    Accepting, for the moment, that Voris' thought is completely accurate...

    Abp Dolan completely ignored the "day-after pill" legislation in Wisconsin until it was too late.

    He completely ignored the "Catholic" Gov. Doyle's avid promotion of PP and its allies, and completely ignored the Alinsky-ite organizations funded by the local Catholic Charities drive.

    At least that's what the public record tells us. What he did privately is (obviously) not available for examination.

    His successor, Abp. Listecki, chose to ignore the horrific pro-abortion record of the "Catholic" Tom Barrett, the (D) candidate for Governor of Wisconsin.

    Here, as in Chicago, the "Catholic" "Mafia" (D Party) is extremely strong, both politically and financially.

    So I don't think that Abp. Dolan will be particularly forceful.

     
  • At 17/11/10 10:04 PM , Blogger Ray from MN said...

    Abp. Dolan took over in 2002 after 15 years of Abp. Weakland. I suspect he had a few things to contend with when he arrived.

    I don't know how large a staff they have in Milwaukee but I don't imagine it is much different than St. Paul-Minneapolis with about the same population. Not much.

    Bishops are not supermen.

    What would you expect that he could have done if he didn't have the votes?

    How many other people were pressuring him to take action on other issues?

    Catholics are very demanding of their leaders and don't support them at all if they fall short of expectations.

     

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