Timed to respond to Obama’s attempt to shore up the stupid woman vote by invoking the phony ” GOP war on women” theme, yesterday in Colorado, this new ad dings Obama for his actual war on religion.
Via Hot Air:
Today they have a new ad, “Be Not Afraid,” which accuses Obama of conducting a war on religion by forcing companies to fully fund and facilitate access to contraception — even faith-based organizations like religious schools, charities, and hospitals. The ad makes a play for Catholic voters with references to Pope John Paul II and Lech Walesa, leveraging Romney’s recent successful visit to Poland:
The HHS Mandate is a direct attack on religious freedom and an assault on all people of faith, is the message conveyed in this powerful ad by Catholic Vote:
On August 1, 2012, Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, shared with his staff a memo during the morning briefing.
Will this era become a time of martyrdom for the Church, or will goodness triumph over evil?
We won’t know until November.
The ad is already drawing praise from pro-life circles — including Thomas Peters of Catholic Vote.
“President Obama spent yesterday in Colorado, being introduced by pro-abortion activist (and Planned Parenthood’s favorite person) Sandra Fluke. During his campaign stop, the President made clear (once again) that he won’t back down on the HHS mandate,” he said. “Furthermore, the President falsely claimed that he has reached a compromise with Catholics and other faith leaders – revealing just how disingenuous his negotiations have become at this point.”