You wrote : "But Liberals do what they want and to hell with what the law/rules are! ".And to partake in any sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church, like communion, you must be a Catholic in good standing. If you are and active gay/lesbian, sorry, you can not take communion.
You can be Roman Catholic, Episcopalian, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox or any of the Eastern Rights and you can take communion.
But if you are Buddhist, Muslim, protestant, etc., you can not take communion in a Roman Catholic Church. And Bill Clinton was wrong for taking communion in a Roman Catholic Church is South Africa and the Catholic priest who gave him the communion was equally wrong!
President Took Communion -- And Criticism
By JAMES BENNET: April 07, 1998
President Clinton took Holy Communion during a South African Mass late last month at the invitation of the local priest, White House officials said today in response to criticism that giving Communion to Mr. Clinton, a Baptist, violated Roman Catholic doctrine.
Mr. Clinton never receives Communion in Catholic churches in the United States. But Barry Toiv, a White House spokesman, said the priest, Father Mohlomi Makobane, told White House staff members before Mr. Clinton's visit to his Soweto church that ''this was the policy of the South African Conference of Bishops, that Communion was open to non-Catholics.''
No such lenient policy exists, the Southern African bishops declared late last week. In January, however, the bishops did issue rules that allow non-Catholics to receive Communion in certain special circumstances, and the Vatican has requested clarification of that policy.
Father Makobane told The Associated Press that Mr. Clinton's aides had asked before the Mass on March 29 if the President could receive Communion. Mr. Toiv said members of the White House staff had told Father Makobane that the President would probably not receive Communion, because he does not do so at Masses in the United States.
But Liberals do what they want and to hell with what the law/rules are!
You see what I meant? You don't say, "I believe, I think, I guess, from experience taht liberals...". You make a statement and there is absolutely no way you can prove that. No way. I did what you and Fed up just did. I went to google and typed "Republican election frauds" and came up with something like 30 pages. Same for dems.