Deus Vult! Pelosi invokes St. Joseph (and the wrong feast day) to pass bill that funds abortions 

Where are all the liberals when you need them to separate out Church and State? Nancy Pelosi seems to think she is on a Crusade today:

Today is the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, particularly important to Italian-Americans. It’s a day where we remember and pray to St. Joseph to benefit the workers of America, and that’s exactly what our health-care bill will do.

Speaker Pelosi should check her calendar again, because the feast of Saint Joseph the Worker is on May 1. Today is simply the feast or Solemnity of Saint Joseph. 

Either way, Joseph is also the patron saint of fathers and of happiness at the time of one's death. He would not consider the killing of unborn babies to be health care, and I'm pretty sure he wouldn't have appreciated working hard all day only to see the fruits of his labor taken through taxes to subsidize abortions. (h/t Hot Air)

Also, when Pelosi says that every order we can think of has written in support of this bill, she underestimates the number of orders we can think of.

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