Skip to comments.Minnesotans Hold Vigil For Immigration Reform (Barfer!)
Posted on 07/11/2010 8:30:52 PM PDT by MplsSteve
Members of faith communities in Minnesota are holding a prayer vigil to call for immigration reform and denounce a new immigration enforcement law in Arizona.
The vigil at 4 p.m. Sunday at Arlington Hills United Methodist Church in Maplewood is part of a national effort that has been moving from region to region. This week, communities in Minnesota, Illinois, the Dakotas, Wisconsin and Michigan are participating.
Also in Minnesota, advocates for immigration reform will sign petitions that call on Gov. Tim Pawlenty to oppose legislation similar to Arizona's.
(Excerpt) Read more at wcco.com ...
Yeah, I'm all in favor of it - but not if "immigration reform" mean amnesty and open borders.
Comments or opinions - anyone?
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Traitors with little candles.
The usual “death to America” crowd, probably.
Not one vigil for the victims of South American gang crime.
Just drop a daisy cutter on these worthless leftist vermin. The little lights should help the plane find the target.
Oh, the piety!
IF most mainline denominations had nearly the concern for eternal things that they do for the cause du jour not only would their denominations not be going down in flames, but neither would the eternal souls of many of those for whom they will be held accountable.
Whatever liberal doctrine tells them it should be.
The United Methodist Church, one of the usual suspects.
Don;t they have bridges that need more attention than this? =.=
“Faith communities” is code for Leftist political non-profits using religion as a thin veneer for politicking. Ditto for “social justice”, which is faith-community-speak for Communism.
Your little candle remark reminds me a part in Lord of the Rings where Gollum says this:
"Careful now! Or Hobbits go down to join the dead ones, and light little candles of their own."
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