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Money Quote of the Day

“The goal of avoiding governmental endorsement does not require eradication of all religious symbols in the public realm.”

— Justice Kennedy, SCOTUS, writing on the ruling on the Mojave National Preserve’s eight foot cross erected 80 years ago by the VFW to honor fallen soldiers

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  • Elana May 30, 2010, 4:52 pm

    1.Is it moral for a state or the federal government to impose controls on immigration? YES
    2.Is it moral for the government to enforce such laws? YES
    3.Does the government have the moral right to deport people that have entered the US illegally? YES
    4.Does the government have the moral obligation to give illegal immigrants amnesty? NO
    5.Is it immoral to ask people to document or prove they are in the U.S. legally? If so, how is that different than a foreign government asking me to show my papers/passport and prove that I am in their country legally? NO & NONE
    6.Is it immoral for a government to deny FREE medical coverage to illegal immigrants for non-life threatening conditions. NO
    7.Is it immoral to deny illegal immigrants and/or their children access to our FREE public school system? As long as ILLEGAL -no

    Read the “Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition” revised in accordance with the official Latin text promulgated by Pope John Paul II, and first printed in US in March of 2000.

    Read carefully so as not to take things out of context.
    Immigrants are required to obey the laws of the land. Being ILLEGAL breaks the law.

  • Elana May 30, 2010, 5:08 pm

    The Bishops and Priests need to publically and prominently promote the “Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition” first printed in the US in March of 2000 in their own Diocese and Parishes.

    Since about 80% of all Baptised Catholics in the US do not attend Mass every Sunday (which is a mortal sin), they have enough work to do with their own Flocks, rather than sticking their noses into fake climate control issues and immigration laws that have nothing to do with serious matters such as genocide, religous persecution, mass starvation.

    Jesus taught in the Bible that INDIVIDUALS must be charitable – feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the naked, sheltering the homeless.

    Also check out “SUBSIDIARIATY” in paragarphs 1883, 1885, 1894, 2209 in this Catechism.
    This is basically helping those who are unable to help themselves. Not those who are able to help themselves.

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