Skip to comments.Valley leaders, bishop promote immigration reform principles
Posted on 08/25/2013 6:18:24 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
YAKIMA, Wash. In an effort to expand the debate over comprehensive immigration reform beyond politics, a group of religious, business and government leaders joined Saturday to unveil a shared set of values to personalize the discussion.
We need more people talking this through from their vantage point and station in the Yakima Valley, said Yakima Diocese Bishop Joseph Tyson in a telephone interview. We cant abandon this issue only to elected officials in public life.
The principles were originally laid out in February in a speech in Yakima given by Tyson to the Washington Farm Labor Association, but the names of those involved in shaping them werent formally unveiled until Saturday at an event at Heritage University. In February, they were seen as the bishops own take on the issue, but Tyson said that he had been working even then with the signatories to craft the message he delivered at the time.
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Might as well annex it all
Hey Bishop Joseph Tyson, you think that illegal aliens raping 3 year old and 93 year olds to death is ok?
Well do you?
What about the 13 year old whose 4th of July was celebrated with a gang rape by illegal aliens.
What about all the people killed and maimed by your precious economic justice illegal aliens.
Well Bishop we are waiting.
By the way, what god do you serve?
I’m pretty sure most Bishops have never read the bible that I’ve skimmed through.