Can Catholics, protestants and atheists stand together for Ron Paul?Submitted by flybeech on Fri, 11/18/2011 - 11:22
In another post, I asked my fellow Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ to ask for the intercession of a certain Saint to help keep Ron Paul safe and continued success. It wasn't long before the thread became a flame board of insults and a war zone. I encourage forgiveness of all involved and unity among people of all different beliefs, that share this critical common goal. As for me, I ask the forgiveness of my protestant and atheist brothers and sisters offended by my call to Catholics to ask for the intercession of a Saint for the common goal of Ron Paul 2012. I meant to start no war among those who share the important belief that only Ron Paul can save this desperate nation.
I sort-of regret going public in a plea to other Catholics, but I thought that the entire concept of Ron Paul meant absolute liberty and freedom to worship as we choose, or not at all. I was a little surprised to find a measure of intolerance, when in my view, Catholics, protestants and atheists alike, should find a way to look past our differences, even embrace the differences and stand shoulder to shoulder for liberty in support of Ron Paul.
The Ron Paul R3volution IS freedom and liberty, which includes the freedom to worship under different faiths, or none at all. I will never come to this forum with any intent to prosthelytize or convert others to my faith. I pray every day that people of all faiths, and those with none at all, can stand in complete harmony for the common goal of restoring this great, but desperate and divided nation. In my view, Catholics, protestants, fundamentals and atheists alike all need each other, because we all need Ron Paul as President, like we've never needed him before.
Who's with me?