Catholic & Voting Trump(yes,you heard that right)

Background:am a reverted Catholic. In case you’re wondering what a reverted Catholic is,will explain.There’s 2 kinds. One is the Catholic who wandered out the door in search of other faith traditions. They go Protestant and 9 times out of 10 end up virulently anti Catholic(we’ll talk about that one day). The other is the one who wandered out the door in rebellious pride. I’m the latter.

I gave up Catholicism for Hedonism. I attribute this fall from grace to two things of my own doing.PRIDE and SELFISHNESS(wanting to have my own way).

It didn’t end well. It’s such a destructive path it’s not worth taking it.

I came back after having one foot on a banana peel over the pit of hell.

So this gal is now happily married, alcohol and drug free and grateful for the Catholic Church. In fact, i truly appreciate ALL the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Obedience is not a bad thing.

So you ask,how can a devout Catholic vote for Trump? When you’re done reading why I can vote Trump in good conscience,please explain to me why you think I can’t, if you disagree.

He’s  pro life.I get complaints it’s a last second conversion.I don’t care. As long as a previously pro abortion person comes around that’s all that matters.As long as he keeps to his word that he will have Plannend Parenthood de-funded that’s all matters. We elected the so called conservatives to Congress [in the last elections] and not one of those people stood up to Obama. They funded everything. Or as Trump says; Politicians are all talk and no action.

George W Bush was pro life and for that reason i voted for him.Ok,is abortion still legal in the U.S.? Yep,sure is.Bush couldn’t do a thing to overturn Roe V Wade.

Every time we elect a pro life candidate,we get our hopes up and nothing changes. We cannot elect a pro abortion candidate because the outcome would be worse;but we get our expectations too high when a pro life candidate gets elected. I doubt very much, after all this time, that any one pro life President is going to change anything.On the other,  I don’t have any doubt that letting a pro abortion candidate get elected, will make things worse.I believe that a pro life Pres does what they CAN but that’s honestly very limited.

I am 100% certain that Trump is going to do everything he can to protect religious liberty. How he worships is up to him, as long as we as Catholics can practice our faith.

So why not Constitution Cruz? It’s real simple.

He’s a liar,cheat and fraud.He believes (good for him)that he’s anointed by God.Sorry Ted,I don’t. Your following resembles a cult,more than it does a political movement. As a Trump supporter I’m convinced Trump  is the best choice. A Cruz supporter acts more like they’ve chugged down the kool-aid(BRAINWASHED).

Trump has a checkered past with his failed marriages but he’s not putting himself out there as Saint Trump either.The Dems can’t use his past again him because those skeletons were out of the closet a long time ago.We’re going to have a few words about the  fraud,Cruz, [here] in the near future.

Now for the dust up in Colorado.

Word is that Trump should have known about the rules-so it’s his fault,right?

Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015

“GOP executive committee has voted to cancel the traditional presidential preference poll after the national party changed its rules to require a state’s delegates to support the candidate who wins the caucus vote.”


“Republicans still will hold precinct caucus meetings in early 2016 to begin the process of selecting delegates for the national convention — but the 37 delegates are not pledged to any specific candidate.”


The Colorado system often favors anti-establishment candidates who draw a dedicated following among activists — as evidenced by Rick Santorum’s victory in 2012 caucus. So the party’s move may hurt GOP contenders such as Donald Trump.”


Article originally posted Aug 25,2015
So my questions are:

  1. Did they hold the Caucus? if so,when?
  2. Who did they vote for?
  3. Not one delegate voted Trump? They ALL voted Cruz? Is that possible?
  4. Were the rank and file party members aware of the rule change and that they would not be voting?









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