Diana and Grim

by TONI H - 3/9/12 10:57 AM

In Reply to: Rush Limbaugh outdoes himself by Josh K

Here is a link that shows at least a state or two that has forced them closed....I couldn't post a reply until now.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2837520/posts

Quote from the article: So at what point do our country's television networks notice that Team Obama has an ideological agenda against faith-based charitable organizations, most especially the Catholic Church? Across the country, Democrats have been pushing Catholic social workers out of government cooperation. In Massachusetts, the District of Columbia and most recently in Illinois, Democrats have insisted on forcing Catholic Charities to quit its long-time assistance in providing adoption and foster-care services because they refused to place children with homosexual couples.

How militant is their bigotry? Consider: The Catholic providers offered to refer them to other agencies (as they had been doing for unmarried couples), but Gov. Pat Quinn's government drew a line in the sand, comparing gays to the black civil rights struggle. "Separate but equal was not a sufficient solution on other civil rights issues in the past either," government spokesman Kendall Marlowe told The New York Times. "The child welfare system that Catholic Charities helped build is now strong enough to survive their departure."

The Conference of Catholic Bishops lost a federal contract to aid survivors of sex trafficking because Obama's HHS bureaucrats objected that contraceptive and abortion referrals would not be provided. Steven Wagner reported for National Review that senior officials at HHS, up to and including persons in the office of Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, "overrode career staff to give federal funds to two organizations deemed by the professionals to be unqualified."

Despite this open war on religious liberty, the networks haven't moved a muscle, even after Newt Gingrich denounced their anti-religion bias in a Jan. 7 debate in New Hampshire.