Monday, May 27, 2013

Not An Ex-Democrat But An Ex-Jesuit And Pro-Abortion Jaun Vargas

After squaring off with biblical scriptures on whether or not Jesus would approve, politicians in the House a recent report, under the revised Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Americans would now have to pass an income and assets test to become eligible for the benefits. Republicans argue that fewer Americans should qualify for the program because they receive benefits from other programs. Approximately 2 million people would qualify for food stamp benefits under the new rules. But before the changes were approved with heavy Republican support, ex-Jesuit and Democrat from California Rep. Juan Vargas turned the debate of the cuts into a theological discussion by invoking biblical treatment of the poor in his argument against the cuts. "Jesus kinda fools around and gives you parables. He doesn't oftentimes say exactly what he means," said Vargas. "But in Matthew 25 he's very, very clear. And he delineates what it takes to get into the kingdom of heaven very, very clearly. And he says how you treat the least among us, the least of our brothers, that's how you treat him."
Agricultural Committee approved a farm bill on Wednesday that cuts the federal food stamp program, which supported 47 million people last year, by $2.5 billion annually. According to
Link (here) to the Christian Post
Juan Vargas has a 100% pro-abortion voting record (here)

1 comment:

Qualis Rex said...

"Jesus kinda fools around and gives you parables." What a complete and utter bafoon. Morally bankrupt.