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The Most Powerful Speech of The Conventions Wasn’t A Speech

After nearly a week of pressing a strong and unapologetic pro-abortion agenda, and the debacle of a floor vote with delegates to reinstate "God" and "Jerusalem" into the democrat platform, I think Cardinal Timothy Dolan had the upper hand. It is especially delicious given the Cardinal's ongoing battle with Obama over religious freedom versus ObamaCare mandates.

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