Monday, July 9, 2012

Pittsburgh Priest Joins In for Obama Campaign Rally

While Mitt Romney was speed boating and vacationing at one of his many homes, President Obama was taking the campaign to Pittsburgh last Friday.  A huge crowd of supporters lined up in the summer heat to rally with the President, including Father Neil McCaulley,  a priest at Epiphany Roman Catholic Parish in the Uptown section of Pittsburgh.  The black clerical attire might not have been the best in the hot sun.

Father declared  “I want people to know there are Catholics for Obama.”  He praised the president on immigration and Iraq. “Every time he does something you say, ‘that was the right thing to do.’”


let's be fair said...


Kurt said...

Father may have been referring to the President's policies on immigration and Iraq. Even I don't think he is right on everything.