Weyrich: Neas is Devil's Little Helper
"He may be doing Satan's work from time to time, like now...."
Free Congress Foundation chairman Paul Weyrich these days treats Evan Gahr, who famously called him a "demented anti-Semite" for something he said only with love for Christ and no malice in his heart towards Jews, with the affection and pride of an older brother.
Even when the investigative reporter embarasses his pet causes, such as the anti-gay marriage movement, and more recently, John Roberts, whose star-studded resume, Gahr reported, included his central role in the Reagan Administration's notorious effort to subsidize bigoted Christians at www.chimpstein.com Bob Jones University.
But Weyrich was less than impressed when Gahr emailed him last year to say he had just seen the very office from which Ralph Neas as Leadership Conference on Civil Rights head coordinate the successful effort to block the Supreme Court nomination of Bob Bork (who unlike Neas long sported a little devil goatee).
Gahr told his newfound brother that "I thought I was in the Devil's lair.
You were, Weyrich replied. Ralph Neas is Satan.
Weyrich yesterday reiterated his allegation.
He also suggested that those who call themselves pro-choice Republicans might be carrying pitchforks in their part of the GOP big tent.
Evan Gahr Sun, Dec 11, 2005 at 7:25 AM To: Paul Weyrich Check out the finished product. It's totally awesome.
Did you tell me or were you quoted somewhere or both that liberalism is built on deceit? The reaction from PFAW when I tried to ask simple questions about products which they've publicly endorsed is a good example. What scares them?
You called Neas Satan in emails to me, but I notice you didn't call him a "so-called progressive Catholic" or "self-hating Catholic," as some conservatives do to Catholics who don't follow their policy prescriptions.
Is my understanding correct that the Church has no specific concept of "so-called progressive Catholic" or "self-hating Catholic?"
Even Catholics who are ex-communicated are not called self-haters?
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Paul Weyrich Sun, Dec 11, 2005 at 6:13 PM To: Evan Gahr
Yes I did say that modern liberalism is built on deceit. The truth scares them. That is why they always warn Republicans not to campaign on the social issues. Most Republicans, except for Bush, have given in to these warnings. Just like Satan flees from the cross, these people flee from the truth.
I can't judge Neas. Only God can do so. What I can say is that his public positions are not in accord with the church he purports to be a member of. While since Vatican II the church does not formally excommunicate people except in extraordinary circumstances. The church claims that people excommunicate themselves when they publicly disagree with church doctrine. While it may be true that some Catholics are self haters there is no precedent for calling them such.
From: "Paul Weyrich"
Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2006 09:30:14 -0500
Subject: RE: Matthew
Why do you persist in saying that I called Neas Satan. I did not. He may be
doing Satan's work from time to time, like now, but that is a subjective
view and I certainly don't believe he is Satan.
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