Boehner at Catholic University: The Catholic Right Responds

Nick Sementelli of Bold Faith Type: “Catholics can disagree in good faith about the proper mechanism for protecting the weak and vulnerable. The problem with the House budget, however, is that it offers no mechanism at all.  Boehner’s endorsement of a plan that funds tax cuts for the rich that do not trickle down by dismantling Medicare, gutting food support for vulnerable women and children, and eliminating life-saving global aid without offering viable alternative solutions to the problems these programs address can’t be hidden under the dodge of “prudential judgment.”