Sep 6, 2012

Nuns on the Bus support Obama…Say that the Ryan/Romney Budget fails a basic moral test…
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Finally, religious leaders reminding us what a true moral compass is about….Catholic Sister Simone Campbell- speaking at the Democratic Convention:

“Paul Ryan claims his budget reflects the principles of our shared Catholic faith. But the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops stated that the Ryan budget failed a basic moral test, because it would harm families living in poverty.”

– Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director, Roman Catholic Social Justice Organization

 

Click link for full text of remarks as Prepared for Delivery by Sister Campell at the DNC.

 

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