Pelosi's answered prayer

William D. Zeranski
Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, who claims to be Catholic, though she would be best described as a lapsed-Catholic due to her pro-Abortion stance, said she prayed to St. Joseph for the passage of Obamacare.  Before the Obamacare vote, 64% of American's thought Congress was doing a lousy job, and the post-vote sentiment isn't much better, since 62% want the fight to continue on against the Democrat health debacle.  That can't be good. 

What will make the shouts even more strident is the fact the along with the destruction of American health care system, the student loan process has been swallowed up by the Federal government, with the same vote, making the government the primary loaner.  Think Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and cringe.  The November elections are still going to come while the call to repeal the travesty of a health care law will grow and will, no doubt, become deafening. 

So, Pelosi prayed to St. Joseph, and all I have to say is, "If she feels that her prayer was answered, I suggest she keep in mind the words of St. Teresa of Avila who said:

"More tears are shed over answered prayers than unanswered ones."

Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, who claims to be Catholic, though she would be best described as a lapsed-Catholic due to her pro-Abortion stance, said she prayed to St. Joseph for the passage of Obamacare.  Before the Obamacare vote, 64% of American's thought Congress was doing a lousy job, and the post-vote sentiment isn't much better, since 62% want the fight to continue on against the Democrat health debacle.  That can't be good. 

What will make the shouts even more strident is the fact the along with the destruction of American health care system, the student loan process has been swallowed up by the Federal government, with the same vote, making the government the primary loaner.  Think Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and cringe.  The November elections are still going to come while the call to repeal the travesty of a health care law will grow and will, no doubt, become deafening. 

So, Pelosi prayed to St. Joseph, and all I have to say is, "If she feels that her prayer was answered, I suggest she keep in mind the words of St. Teresa of Avila who said:

"More tears are shed over answered prayers than unanswered ones."