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Our Sick Culture…….Woman Admits Bill Clinton a Rapist, Claims Still “A Good Guy” August 17, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, asshatery, Basics, catachesis, disaster, General Catholic, horror, Revolution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, unbelievable BS.
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A culture that tolerates the murder of millions of its most vulnerable will tolerate any evil.  Thus, it should be no surprise that a woman – of left-wing bent, naturally – would admit she believes Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broderick many years ago (safe link), but that he remains, in her words, a “good guy.”  All the more troubling, but also completely unsurprising, is the fact that this woman claims to be a Catholic.  Because her errors are so common and so grave, I’ll spend a bit of time unpacking them below:

To sum up, I think Bill Clinton could very well have raped Juanita Broaddrick; that it doesn’t make him an evil man, or irredeemable (I’m Catholic; we’re all forgiven, if we’re sorry, and Broaddrick says Bill Clinton personally called her up to apologize). It doesn’t even necessarily make him a bad feminist — you know, later, once he stops doing that.

A personal apology is not the same thing as contrition before God. We are all fallen, all have sinned, but those that have contrition, receive Sacramental Confession (or, in extremis, the desire to receive it), and strive to amend their lives, are forgiven.  Absent any of those three – and we know Clinton does not have two, since several other women passionately maintain he raped them, as well, years after Broderick, and there is copious evidence he remains at least a serial fornicator to this day – and one does not have God’s forgiveness, and certainly not sanctifying Grace, absolutely required for salvation.  Just wanted to clarify, since this supposed Catholic apparently is gravely confused on the matter.

Also, Clinton’s actions have generated great scandal, which scandal requires public redress.  He has continued to lie and cover up about his numerous immoral activities, up to an including almost certainly breaking numerous federal laws with the Clinton Foundation, showing absolutely no public remorse for his scandalous behavior.

It is this latter that makes Clinton, particularly, a “bad” man, or at least one that is very much not good.  It is one thing to sin privately and have contrition for it, and to move on.  But his level of sins – including numerous abhorrent political positions that, to name just one, daily result in the lives of thousands being taken – and their public nature, make him, in the eyes of many, a very bad man indeed.  One could name simply his entire sham marriage as just one example of what would make one a bad person in the eyes of many, but there are literally dozens of other examples.

Once again, we see the left’s only concern is with power: those who can obtain power are forgiven any transgression, even the repeated rape of women being glossed over and ignored by supposed feminists (provided they check many of the other boxes required of sexular pagan belief – government funded contraception, unlimited abortion (also gov’t funded), sodomite “rights,” “transexual rights,” continued corporate graft, etc, etc..

Unfortunately, the R’s are hardly any better.  That absolute catastrophe the GOPe is trying to foist on conservatives in order to defeat Trump, Evan McMillan, shows many in the GOPe would greatly prefer Hillary to Trump (or perhaps anyone not of their nomination/under their control).  Indeed, he is so reliably liberal, outside the usual menu of corporate welfare items, that I am forced to conclude  the GOPe has devolved into a simple Corporate Lobbying Organization with some light and very insincere social conservative rhetoric attached.  I may be forced to vote Trump while literally wretching, but deliberating foisting Hillary on the nation shows something very nasty indeed.

Unsurprisingly, most of those folks who would rather have Hillary than Trump also most often – if not virtually always – see no problem with killing a million odd babies a year.

Related, these things are.

 

Comments

1. Baseballmom - August 17, 2016

I heard that she also claimed that in “today’s culture it would not be considered rape.” Which makes no sense at all, because today if a college student (female) is intoxicated and yet has semi-consensual relations with a male she can still charge (and win a conviction) for rape.
The bar is actually much lower than it was in the 80’s.

Tantumblogo - August 17, 2016

Actually she argued strenuously that what Clinton did back in ’78 was not considered rape then, and then went on to intimate that “your grandfather” probably did the same thing. I really like how leftists turn villains into saints and the innocent into villains.

The entire thing was a moral catastrophe, full of illogic and special pleading – a fitting indictment of the deplorable state of catechism in the Church today, given that this women who feels genocide is a perfectly acceptable act, among other things, believes herself to be in communion with the Church.

In reality, though, her screed reveals the dangers inherent in the feminist attempt to redefine rape to be any touch, look, or attention a woman finds annoying (which tends to depend entirely on how attractive she finds the guy giving the attention). Real rape gets lost in the shuffle, or explained away as an artifact of benighted times past, as stupidities like a young man putting his arm around a girl becomes a “sexual assault” on a college campus.

2. bluebird4458 - August 17, 2016

I think that it is a misplaced feeling of mercy and compassion to those who trespass against us. We are taught to forgive everything but not justice, unless it it social justice and then we have to take the responsibility of being in a priviiledged position.

3. Camper - August 18, 2016

Related, these things are.

When 900 years old you get… ha!


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