Fr. Pavone: When a person has a reasonable chance of saving a life, it is not only morally permissible to break the law regarding the bubble-zone, but it is virtuous to do so.

The case of McCullen v. Coakley, which is being argued today before the U.S. Supreme Court, illustrates how abortion perverts justice.

So called “bubble zone” laws are the fruit of abortion’s poisonous tree. They violate pro-lifers’ First Amendment free speech rights in order to protect the profits of abortionists who violate the right to life of unborn babies.  They are a wrong committed to perpetuate another wrong.

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  1. “When a person has a reasonable chance of saving a life, it is not only morally permissible to break the law regarding the bubble-zone, but it is virtuous to do so.

    “If this law is not struck down, I’ll come and violate it myself.”

    All very well and good, Fr. Pavone, for saving the unborn here in the US.

    But did you demand that either of the Bush brothers—the president or the governor—defy the evil judge who illegally sentenced Terri Schiavo to her slow, horrible death, and exercise their administrative powers to legally intervene and save her?

    And what were you prepared to do to save the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocents who were being unconstitutionally and unjustly bombed and droned to death over several years by US armed forces in far-off lands? Publicly endorse for reelection the war criminal president who had been ordering those atrocities during those years?

    Oh, right…you did just that. For the very same president who cowered before a judge and let Terri be murdered.


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