Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Remember, It Was Catholic Bishops Who Tried, Condemned, And Ensured The Execution Of Saint Joan Of Arc
The Hierarchy continues to kowtow to lawbreakers

Here's some of the article from the Houston Chronicle; (Emphasis mine) "There are 200 million migrants," Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of the Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston told those gathered for The Metropolitan Organization's Clergy Summit: Welcoming the Stranger and Immigration Reform. "War, famine, economic collapse drive them, and it's unstoppable. In our own country, 12 million undocumented people work and live in the shadows."

Borrowing language from a 2002 Catholic Conference of Bishops policy statement, DiNardo called for legalization of undocumented workers already in the country.

"Without some form of broad-based legalization," DiNardo said, "the problems will just fester and fester."
Then we have some of this article from the AP: (Emphasis mine) Report: Illegal immigrants freed from Texas jail

HOUSTON (AP) — Federal immigration officials let thousands of inmates in the nation's third-most populous county walk out of jail despite the suspects admitting they were in the U.S. illegally, a newspaper investigation found.

More than 3,500 inmates told Harris County jailers they were in the country illegally over an eight-month period starting in June 2007, but records show Immigration and Customs Enforcement filed paperwork to detain only about a quarter of them.

In a story published Sunday, The Houston Chronicle found that most illegal immigrants released from jail were accused of minor crimes. But others included convicted child molesters, rapists and those ordered to be deported decades ago.
Pew based pandering at it's best. I guess cutting a few thousand jail birds loose on society doesn't qualify as festering.

2 Comments:

Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

Cardinal DiNardo needs to stop listening to Mahony down here in LA, it's bad for his soul if he does :)

1:22 AM  
Blogger Subvet said...

The article from the Houston Chronicle reminds me I''ve got to get some more bullets for our gun. Maybe some more shells for the shotgun also. Thanks.

1:41 PM  

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