Posted on | August 22, 2013 | 3 Comments
Recently it was announced that the Catholic church is pushing for amnesty and on September the 8th a letter to some 130 Catholic congressmen (including Boehner) will be read in the US Congress.
Why is Catholic church pushing for amnesty? The answer is rather simple.
The U.S. is becoming more and more secular. Americans are going to church less and less. Donations to Catholic and other churches dwindled. On the other hand majority of illegals come from Mexico and Central America. Both Mexico and Central America are known to be Catholic strongholds, where donations to the Catholic church are sizable.
So, the Catholic church sees illegal immigration as a source of both parishioners and donations. Many Catholic Congressmen such as Rubio, Boehner and others see the influx of Catholic illegals and amnesty as a staying power for them via the votes of these new Catholic voters.
Catholic congressmen need to understand two important points:
1 that they were not elected to be the treasurers of the Catholic church, they were not elected to represent the illegals, they were elected to represent the U.S. citizens who will be losing their jobs, benefits and wages due to illegal immigration.
2. this is one of rare occasions were the Catholic church is looking at immediate benefits, immediate gratification and is not seeing a bigger picture. In the long run both the Catholic church and the United Stated of America will lose big due to this mega amnesty. While an immediate reward will be a slight increase in donations, in the long run due to the fact that the new immigrants tend to vote 2:1 in favor of Democrats, it will lead to a predominantly liberal -democrat Congress, which in turn will push for a typical liberal -Democrat agenda, part of which is atheism, less influence of the church, often moral values which are inconsistent with the Judeo-Christian values that the church is trying to instill in the youth. So in the end the church will cut the branch is is sitting on.
It is very important for you, the voters, to explain this point to the members of Congress and to your priests and bishops.