Vatican senior official, Archbishop Rino Fisichella, says that the “road to disappointment [with the Obama administration]” will be short. Read about it below.

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Archbishop Rino Risichella
President, Pontifical Academy for Life

Angered that President Obama, on the third day of his term, overturned an eight-year-old ban on funding abortions and family planning overseas, the Archbishop said:

What is important is to know how to listen… without locking oneself into ideological visions with the arrogance of a person who, having the power, thinks they can decide on life and death

While many of us here in the U.S. watched with dismay the adoration and willingness of voters to follow Barack Obama just about anywhere, for just about any reason, and the same for those throughout the world who desperately wanted him to be President of the World, the chickens are coming home to roost – morning is dawning.

What can be more important than granting a President the power over life or death? Fisichella laments:

I do not believe that those who voted for him took into consideration ethical themes, which were astutely left aside during the election debate. The majority of the American population does not take the same position as the president and his team

Just before the November election, Gallup polled Catholic Hispanics in America supporting Barack Obama by 65 percent to McCain’s 26 percent support.

Obviously, the Vatican is not getting the message through to their own, and probably, today’s Catholics living in America view the Holy See’s influence as a sideline to their faith.

Known as the “Mexico City Policy,” or the “Global Gag Rule,” much of the world is viewing abortion, and specifically funding abortion with American dollars, as a Human Rights issue which will abolish the “deaths and injuries of countless women and girls.”

Obama affects the sanctity of life around the globe – Video

Thanks to Michelle Malkin for the video