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Blasting congressman Paul Ryan and for saying that his Catholic values informed his house budget plan.
Joining the company is Fox News contributor father John Mark problem in the program.
It it seems to me that that Paul Ryan said look.
The state should not take away the charitable function of the individual.
And that was his Catholic belief.
And that's what he put into his budget.
I don't see anything wrong exactly what interestingly enough I I don't either obviously Stewart but.
Interest we -- both sides.
The left and right miscues Democrats and the Republicans.
Wooded creek as I've heard them say it that a budget.
Right or financial choices.
Have moral consequences when everyone agrees with that and that's a good thing it's common sense -- say.
I'm gonna give this might to this person -- going to take money from this person there's more consequences to it.
But then strangely when when represented Bryant says.
I have certain values that I've gotten from my religious faith and I am going to make sure that those values are represented in my choices.
Some how that's wrong.
So you can't have both ways you know there are moral consequences.
And therefore -- you major moral values elected to inform your conscience as you make the choices -- us you don't it was it's a conflict between people of faith.
People who profess that faith and state that they've got it and the secular humanist on the outside of the religious via being critical and -- I think these are the battle between the docks I was gonna split as a country no it's not between -- and and religious folks in this issue -- it has to do with keep some people who say.
You only moral thing to do.
-- -- right thing to do is to take.
Other people's money and give it to the -- And anytime you give money support you're doing a moral righteous thing.
That's not always the case and and what what representative Ryan talked about here he brought up and a principal that you and I discuss initial many times subsidiary to.
Right my that you could get a higher level of government and society should not to at a lower level of government since -- -- society should do for themselves so he says.
He you have to balance that subsidiary -- making sure that people independently.
Didn't do well for themselves.
And not taking away that possibility.
But you also to make sure you're taking -- of those who genuinely cannot take -- insults.
And -- tries to balance both.
It's a -- signal I don't know.
You just have to give money to -- that's the only moral thing that's why people are up in arms about twenty seconds would you characterize this administration.
As being secular and -- -- I you you know I'm not gonna go there.
One because I think we have to look at their actions so I'm not gonna say this administration is our secular -- but some of the actions that I would invite people to read.
This -- -- that just came out -- last night that's called our first most cherished liberty by the bishops which they take the the federal government and state governments to task over something -- you said to get seven examples of how religious liberty.
Is under attack and seven examples not just HHS mandate.
But six others are saying the government is acting yes in a secular way -- wait that's disrespectful to religious group Father Jonathan Morris you always informers and infuse our broadcast.
Plaza I I enjoy arguing with the US rate fighting with youth inaugural -- I think -- -- -- -- address of the -- except.
Paula thanks very much for joining us.
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