Concerned Catholics, disgusted so many people from Massachusetts live in a state of poverty and have no health insurance, are organizing three huge rallies across Massachusetts on Saturday. Concerned Catholics, an organization created to protest the growing wealth gap, will urge the state legislature to overturn Mitt Romney's vetoes and to properly fund the new healthcare bill.
The rallies are taking place in Boston, New Bedford and Barnstable on this coming Saturday.
Bee Martin, the group's leader, was worried about the children. "So many kids are worrying about getting a new playstation this Christmas," she explained, "but other kids are worrying about whether or not there'll be food on the table." She said "it's a simple matter of having the right moral priorities."
Martain was angry that key social programs have been cut. She blamed them on the President's "mistakes." The government is "too worried about tax cuts and a foreign war killing innocent people," she said. Instead of spending hundreds of billions in Iraq, "let's spend that money on the poor." It's time to start focusing on issues that impact "every day Americans," she explained.
When asked about her thoughts on gay marriage, Bee Martin exclaimed "What!?! Them gays are getting married!? FUCK THE POOR!" Her group has shifted plans to rally for homophobia instead, because a man kissing another man is way worse than 45 million people in this country without health insurance.