Clergy and NYT right on cue

U.S. Religious Leaders Embrace Cause of Immigrant Children


After protesters shouting “Go home” turned back busloads of immigrant mothers and children in Murrieta, Calif., a furious Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, the Roman Catholic archbishop of New York, sat down at his notepad and drafted a blog post detailing his shame at the episode, writing, “It was un-American; it was unbiblical; it was inhumane.”

When the governor of Iowa, Terry E. Branstad, said he did not want the migrants in his state, declaring, “We can’t accept every child in the world who has problems,” clergy members in Des Moines held a prayer vigil at a United Methodist Church to demonstrate their desire to make room for the refugees.

The United States’ response to the arrival of tens of thousands of migrant children, many of them fleeing violence and exploitation in Central America, has been symbolized by an angry pushback from citizens and local officials who have channeled their outrage over illegal immigration into opposition to proposed shelter sites. But around the nation, an array of religious leaders are trying to mobilize support for the children, saying the nation can and should welcome them. …Plenty More


As I have been talking about, and with an upcoming civil disobedience rally coming up to top it off. I would have one question for them. If this is their position then will they accept the responsibility for more coming? Wait, I know the answer. But I meant are they going to accept blame for more of them coming because of their actions?

So Obama that would not even visit the border that he is responsible for is now down in favorability partly from this, partly just because of his many scandals. They need to raise support for Obama and his policies which caused the mess. Send out the support wagons and have press push it. He wouldn’t say or do anything to halt the problem, yet expects people go out to push public opinion.

Oh, do you see him or this administration even talking about Christians being persecuted on a massive scale around the world? They can’t advocate on that. Quite the opposite, the silence speaks volumes. Obama won’t even intervene for a US soldier in a Mexican prison. What about all the rest of us who have to endure all the affects of Obama’s border crisis?

So they are getting their “anger” up. The anger should be at Obama for causing this.

11 comments on “Clergy and NYT right on cue

  1. Hardnox says:

    The actions taken by the clergy on this issue is bullshit.

    “It was un-American; it was unbiblical; it was inhumane.” Talk about hypocrisy, Dolan is a lapdog of the Left. The left is destroying everything Christians stand for and he and his fellow leaders are walking arm in arm with the devil.

    I am not a religious man but I can see this through a thick fog.


  2. peppermintfarm says:

    I figured the Catholic hierarchy would be involved in pushing for “humane” treatment of these illegals. I know the teachings and this is no surprise to me.

    However, where is the “humane” treatment of those of us who have to pay for these people, who will get killed by gang members and other criminals? I heard Rick Perry say last night they have had so much crime with these illegals who are guilty of murders and rapes.

    And what I think is these criminals are only detained in Texas due to Perry. Obama releases them into the general public, I guess for laughs and giggles when he knows they are going to kill huge numbers of Americans who he hates.


    • bullright says:

      Pepp, you’re right its hardly a surprise but its the way they do it too that gets me. I wonder about the rule of law and humanity of the faithful here too. Usual suspects, same insanity. Perry is yelling fire and they are dimming the lights in the theater. Captain plague must get some entertainment value from it.


      • peppermintfarm says:


        Here’s another problem that will materialize in the future. So many of these small children are being raped. Now, I heard that there are counselors on the spot to help treat these kids emotional problems from this. But, for the boys in particular we will have these kids grow up to be molesters and rapists, a future threat. Some of the kids aren’t being treated for this at all. This invasion is already fomenting future criminals and crime.

        Now is that humane?

        Oh, you can bet that the Emperor is laughing himself sick over this.


        • bullright says:

          Pepp, no one seems to be thinking of the future, even near future. We are in for a lot of symptoms. They were trusted to cartels and gangs and now we are supposed to heal them with kid gloves? Does anyone see the absurd hypocrisy of that?


  3. peppermintfarm says:

    Bull, I don’t think these people who advocate for these kids to be here see anything. I think a lot of Americans are as they protest this across the US, but it’s useless. It’s being foisted on us. And yes, it is the utmost hypocrisy.


    • bullright says:

      Pepp, right, they sure are blinded. If not physically then politically.


      • peppermintfarm says:

        Bull, they are blinded politically and they also deliberately remain in denial with their emotions running wild without thinking as usual. The typical liberal reaction. Never any logic to their thinking. They are all nuts.


        • bullright says:

          Pepp, by that logical thinking they should be disqualified for commander in chief based on their reasoning and reactions. It is impossible for them to make a correct decision in a crisis.


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