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To: Eva

They are illegally here. Why would they adhere to any rule of law or religion? The Latino vote is 72% dem yes even for prez

It’s a terrible idea.

This institution was founded in the Catholic religion. In the end they will have few alumni donors, no religion, no true Catholics and no foundation.

No self respect

If it’s all about money, they’ll fail. They’ll have nothing to offer apart from a less costly state school. It’s why Catholic primary schools ae closing. Nothing to offer

BTW, a Catholic high school just opened here 5 yrs ago. Completely adherent to the spirit of the Faith

First year 20 students, second -anther class of 35, third another 50 then 55 fifth year 68 more. Donations pile in.

If a kid or teacher gets way out of line-gone- too many people spending good money for their children

They’re getting picked up by good schools and the military academies

If they ever focus on money first, they’ll fail like every other Catholic school who tried that Why would people pay for what they can get in public schools

If there are illegals there, they are cetainly not celebrated and revered for so being

It’s bad enough that the kids have to fill in ‘white-non Hispanic (never mind that my parents are combat veterans or that my great grandfather built this place) take our money and give it to the Non whotes’

16 posted on 08/23/2013 8:26:07 AM PDT by stanne
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To: stanne

“If it’s all about money, they’ll fail.”

I don’t think it’s about money. It’s about the strong catholic mores of charity - albeit misguided here.

18 posted on 08/23/2013 8:49:24 AM PDT by Rennes Templar (Mr. President, can you hear a special prosecutor now?)
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